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About Us

Vicez Global Charities Inc. champions the right of children and women. We are a charitable organization whose goal is to help alleviate poverty and reduce injustice by providing the following:

  • micro credits to women for petty trading, agriculture and education of their children
  • help reduce malaria diseases by providing mosquito nets
  • build good drainage system to eliminate mosquito breading ponds
  • help ignite within our youth the burning desire to seek knowledge and education by bridging the gap in science and mathematics
  • after school tutorials to middle to high school students
  • help provide training to other charitable organization to equip them with necessary resources needed to make sustainable improvements for the people they serve
  • help provide hope to the disabled

We envision communities which can support its own children. Unless we start reaching out today, the poverty in this world will still be the same ten years from now. Our organization believes in the importance of the present. Here. Today. Right now. We can make changes. We can help one another in making a sense of living.

Our organization was borne out from the vision of Victoria ljeoma Elhieze. The background of the founder and president of Vicez Global Charities is written below for you to see where the root of motivation and heart for the marginalized comes from.

Victoria Ijeoma Ehieze
Vicez Global Charities, Founder

The founder, Victoria Ijeoma Ehieze is a dedicated mother of 3 children, a wife, and community leader. She obtained her Juris Doctorate from Texas Southern University, Houston Texas. She has an LL.M International Economic Law from the University Of Houston Law Center. Before then, she attended the University of Lagos, Nigeria where she graduated with honors and obtained a B.S Economics and M.S. Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management. She is also a product of Federal School of Arts and Science, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.

Her other careers include being an adjunct professor at Prairie View A&M University, Texas where she teaches Community Development and Real Estate courses. She is also a licensed real estate broker and a licensed mortgage broker in the State of Texas, and currently the Director of Realty Estate Company and Mortgage Services group. She is also an NGO consultant. She was the former President of Mbano Women Association. She is an active member of the Houston Organization of Realtors and Association of Mortgage Brokers in Texas and a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators. She is an alumna of the University of Houston Texas as well as the Southern Texas University, the University of Lagos and Federal School of Arts and Science in Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria.

She has worked in various capacities from her youth up to the present. As a high school graduate, she worked in National Assembly of Nigeria helping various committees as an executive officer. She proceeded to University of Lagos in 1982 to pursue her academic dreams and graduated with honors in 1985. Her interest in women affairs grew more after she wrote her thesis titled the "Contribution of Commercial Banks to Women in Agriculture". She proceeded to do her one year youth service and was immediately posted to Nigeria Merchant Bank in Port Harcourt. While working in the bank, she was the credit analyst of the bank where her job was to evaluate the credit worthiness of various merchants coming for credit.

After her youth service in 1986, she was one of the few admitted to the business school of the University of Lagos to pursue her masters in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management. She became a full time student and graduated in 1987. She proceeded to do her internship with the First Bank of Nigeria, Marina. She worked with the Human Resource Department where her job was to evaluate criteria for job performance of bank employees.


In 1988, she left for the United States. Within the next few years she will work in various capacities in the oil and gas industry - as paralegal, litigation specialist, consultant, real estate specialist, case manager, and human resource director. She was able to combine family life with career. She was admitted in 1997 at Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Texas Southern University in Houston Texas where she obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2000. She did her law school internship with the District Attorneys Office, Criminal Court where she participated in various levels of criminal trials.

In 2004, she proceeded to do her LL.M. International Economic Law at University of Houston Law Center. All these while being a very compassionate person participating in various community activities as a woman leader. She has always advocated for the less privileged. She is both a provider for those in need and have participated in various community activities benefiting women, youth, children, disabled and the handicapped.

She was brought up a very humble person. She is the first of twelve children and will be the first to give up her belongings and assets to benefit a total stranger. Amongst the inner circle of friends, she is called "Nne Oha" meaning a "mother to all". Her passion is to give. Her weakness may be, not knowing when to stop giving. She is hardworking professional and will stop at nothing in helping those that suffer injustice. She is reliable, trustworthy and has integrity. She is an advocate of accountability for everything entrusted in our hands. She hopes to do her part in life to positively affect her generation and wishes that others will join in making this world a better place for the generation ahead.

In any endeavor, our projects will never be completed without support from you. We can't do it alone. Together, we can fulfill our dreams for women and children. Know more about our mission by calling - 832-244-3418.