ICSN stands for the Igbo Cultural and Support Network and put simply we are a proud non-profit organisation that was founded in 1998 by the wonderful Umunne Olie as a forum to empower young Igbo people living in diaspora.
~COME TO OUR NEXT IGBO NETWORKING EVENT ~
IT IS THAT WONDERFUL TIME OF YEAR AGAIN!!!
ICSN is truly proud to announce the details for our 2016 IRI-JI (New Yam) FESTIVAL!!!!!
SPECIAL LIMITED TIME ONLY TICKETS *£15*: https://goo.gl/ZoUNDJ
CHILDREN aged 10-16 *£10*: https://goo.gl/mU53IP
CHILDREN UNDER 10: ABSOLUTELY FREE
ENUGU STATE FUNDRAISING– Giving Something Back
We at ICSN are raising money for the Bishop Shanahan hospital in Nsukka, Enugu State following the brutal attacks earlier this year on the Igbo’s by the Fulani Herdsmen.
Kindly support us with a donation of your choice after all every little helps…and together we can make a difference
Donation Link: https://www.gofundme.com/2fwrvwfg
BISHOP SHANAHAN HOSPITAL, NSUKKA – ENUGU STATE
For more information about our fundraising cause please visit https://www.gofundme.com/2fwrvwfg
Kindly help us in share this page with your friends, family and even co-workers..As every little truly helps.
Since 1998 ICSN has provided the opportunity for young people between the ages of 18-40 to learn about their culture, build professional and social relationships and to support one another in every aspect of life.
To date we have over 2,500 members, and still growing every single day. ICSN is the UK’s largest networking organisation for young adults of Nigerian Igbo descent and is well recognised amongst other Igbo and Nigerian organisations both locally and internationally.