Rev. Blessing Ajayi is the Founder and Chief Executive Director of Glorious Women of Wonders Worldwide, a registered charity organization in Canada and Africa.

She is an advocate and humanitarian ambassador, who has consistently served and supported the vulnerable population on a national and international level, for more than 10 years.  

She is a philanthropist and a community and global advocate who has passionately advocated for the needy.  Her goal is to help lives blossom and to feed nations.    

She manages and hosts various community programs including Senior Smile Care, Youth for Greatness, Blessed Mission Foundation, Women’s Voices Talk Show, Family Enrichment, and Volunteer Networking Workshops. 

She collaborates with other local organizations to organize food and cloth drive campaigns which are donated to local charity organizations like Knight Table, Salvation Army, Regeneration Services and Louise Outreach Centre.

Rev. Blessing is an active Canadian citizen and a Brampton resident who participates in various community empowerment activities including serving as: 

  1. African Community Rep Volunteer on Mayor Patrick Brown’s Election Campaign; 
  2. Member of the Black African and Caribbean Advisory Council; 
  3. Founding member, Immigrant Women in Toronto; 
  4. Tea Party Forum for Pastors Wives and Women Ministers 
  5. Missionary director for international school of greatness
  6. Actor in Invisible Women’s Documentary. 
  7. African Community Rep. Volunteer on MP Kamal Khera federal election

Rev. Blessing is an exceptional leader, a virtuous wife and mother, counselor, mentor, missionary and evangelist, who has traveled around the globe to conduct evangelistic revival meetings. Her compassion and act of goodwill for humanitarian purpose have changed many lives. 

She is a mother of four and has been married to Mr. Abayomi Ajayi for over 22 years 


“Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, strength, mind, and love your neighbor as yourself.”  Luke 10:27

Awards and Recognitions

  1. 2019, Humanitarian Award by Vigor Unsung Heroes 
  2. 2019 Canada’s 100 Black Women to watch Award
  3. 2019 Black History Award for Commitment and Dedication in Community Services and Program Initiatives Brampton City Mayor, Patrick Brown
  4. 2019 Women’s Achievement Award by GTA Northwest Community Health Service Inc., Canada, on International Women’s Day
  5. 2019 City of Brampton Citizen Award for 10 years of Longtime Community Service by the City of Brampton, Ontario, Canada
  6. 2017 Mission and Leadership Award for Glorious Women of Wonders Excellence Achievement 
  7. 2011 Epitome of a Virtuous Woman Awards by Glorious Women of Wonders


  1. The City of Brampton’s former Mayor, Ms. Susan Fennel
  2. The City of Brampton’s former Mayor, Ms. Linda Jeffery, 
  3. The City of Brampton’s Mayor Patrick Brown.
  4. Former Brampton West Member of Parliament- Mr. Kyle Seeback, 
  5. Brampton West Member of Parliament, Kamal Khera
  6. City of Brampton Councilor, Doug Whillans


Sheridan College, Brampton; Prospective student in Social Service worker

Certificate in Fundraising Management (2017) Sheridan College, Brampton ONTARIO

 Certificate in General Practice in Counselling by Christian Psychotherapist 

Certified Chaplain by Evangelical Order of Pastoral Counsellors of America  (2014-till date)

Bachelor in Christian Counselling from Canadian Christian Theological Seminary, Calgary, Canada (2014)

Bachelor of Arts in Banking and Finance (1999-2003) from Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Rivers State, Nigeria 

National Diploma in Banking and Finance (1995-1997) from Rivers State Polytechnic, Rivers State, Nigeria 

Member, Canadian Christian Clinical Counsellor Association