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.
ICSN Summer Olympics will be a day filled with fun activities for the whole family. From Limbo to Giant Jenga and three legged races to egg and spoon. There is something for everyone. Who said keeping fit wasn’t fun…sprinkled with a dose of competition.
This event is a special we are holding dear to our hearts, from this event we will be raising money for
BISHOP SHANAHAN HOSPITAL, NSUKKA – ENUGU STATESo come and take part, cheer, sit and watch either way there is something for everyone.
For more information about our fundraising cause please visit https://www.gofundme.com/2fwrvwfg
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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.