Helping to remember David Oluwale

Contact RememberOluwale

We respond as quickly as possible to communications on Email, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube.

web: www.rememberoluwale.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RememberOluwale
Twitter: @RememberOluwale
YouTube: RememberOluwale
Instagram: RememberOluwale

Donate to #RememberOluwale

We have a “no cost to you” way of making a contribution to DOMA’s funds. If you nominate us as your preferred charity on the GiveAsYouLive website, between 1 and 2% of the price you pay each time you shop online will come to us. It’s a bit of corporate magic. You just insert David Oluwale Memorial Association when you Sign up here.
Almost every shop you can think of is in this scheme.

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And if you use Amazon for your online shopping, you can nominate The David Oluwale Memorial Association if you jump to their "Smile" platform and we'll get 1-2% of whatever you spend (at no cost to you).

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If you would prefer to make a straight donation, we use Paypal.

Or you can donate to RememberOluwale via our Facebook page.

Volunteer with RememberOluwale

We are a tiny charity with no paid staff. We often need volunteers — particularly at the events we organise. There are some bigger tasks we need help with (especially fundraising and marketing). We have a Volunteer policy which includes paying for your expenses. If you would like to talk to us about volunteering, please contact us and we will arrange to meet with you.

Join our Newsletter list

We have a Newsletter that is produced about nine times a year. If you’d like to be added to the Mailing List, please contact us by email.

Buy our merchandise

Please support the DOMA charity by buying our merchandise. We have Tee shirts, posters, pens, maps and a book. Everything you buy results in some income for our charity — thank you! Please email your order to rememberoluwale@gmail.com and we will get back to you ASAP.


We've produced this new card in December 2022 hoping it's in time for people who like to send Christmas cards — but it's blank inside. so that you can use it for any special occasion. It advertises the sculpture that Yinka Shonibare CBE, RA is making for the David Oluwale Memorial Garden (opening in the autumn of 2023).
It's available in bundles of 10, each one cellophane wrapped, for only £10 plus P&P.
The illustration shows the back page on the left. (Design: Chloe Hudson)


If you watched our new film of Yinka Shonibare CBE, RA talking about David Oluwale and the Hibiscus Rising sculpture Yinka is making, you'll have noticed the amazing graphics. With permission, part of the graphic has been used in this new fine art print and postcard. (The film is on our You Tube channel.)
The art print is A3 size (30 x 42cm) and the postcard utilises the same image in standard postcard size. Our illustration shows the print in a standard, off•the•shelf frame, which required a slight trim from the original size. The postcard has the same image and design.

New art-print poster: £10 plus P+P. {Frame not supplied.)
Postcard: £10 for 20 cards plus P&P.

(Credits: Hibiscus Rising film by a to b productions: graphics by Jeannine Mellonby: print and postcards design by Chloe Hudson.)

Post Card


Commemorating the installation of the Blue Plaque for David Oluwale, on Leeds, Bridge, Leeds Civic Trust produced these small lapel pins (about the size of a 50p coin) for us. They will provoke useful conversations!

Oluwale Pins: Only £3 each plus P&P

DOMA Tee, designed by Yinka Shonibare

DOMA Co-Chair Dr. Emily Zobel Marshall modelling the DOMA Tee shirt, 20.12.2021 © Tom Brown

We have every size from XXL to Small and each one costs only £20 plus P&P

And here is DOMA Co-Secretary Chloe Hudson advertising our Tee shirt, designed for us by Yinka Shonibare OBE, RA, and marketed for us (with profits to DOMA) by our friends at Welcome Skate Store in Thorntons Arcade, Leeds LS1 6LQ. welcomeleeds.com

Buy Our Book

Remembering Oluwale - An Anthology, Edited by SJ Bradley, Introduction by Max Farrar, Valley Press, 2016, winner of the Saboteur Prize 2017. More information here.
£8.99 plus P&P (paperback). Available from the publisher or direct from DOMA (email us rememberoluwale@gmail.com).

Buy our Posters

Giant (40x60 inches) posters. Scroll down the NEWS page see Garry Clarkson’s photos of them spread across Leeds in April 2019. They are for sale:
— David Oluwale headshot (as used in Rasheed Araeen’s For Oluwale 3 in the 2019 display all over Leeds).
— 50th anniversary events poster (designed by Andy Edwards).
£15 each, £25 for two (inc p&p)

Giant poster of David Oluwale (40x60 inches) & Giant poster of #DavidOluwale 50th events (40x60 inches)

Buy our branded high quality pens

These pens write beautifully and make a great gift. Only £3 each, including P&P. Email us with your order: rememberoluwale@gmail.com

Buy David Oluwale’s Map of Leeds

Sai Murray designed this map for DOMA. It explains David’s history, showing many of the places in Leeds where he worked, enjoyed himself, was incarcerated, slept rough, and died. It folds down from A3 to A5. It’s only £3, including P&P. Email us for your copy: rememberoluwale@gmail.com

Greetings Card

Poster Print in Frame

Blue Plaque Pin

DDOMA Co-Secretary Chloe Hudson, 15.12.2021 © Max Farrar

Remembering Oluwale Anthology, edited by SJ Bradley, cover design by Sai Murray

Become a partner organisation

RememberOluwale invariably works with partner organisations when we organise events or we campaign on the “Oluwale issues” (including mental health, homelessness, racism, asylum/refuge, police malpractice). If your organisation would like to discuss partnership work, please contact us.

Follow us

It’s a great help to RememberOluwale if you would ‘like’ us and follow us on social media. Click any or all of these to visit our various platforms:

web: www.rememberoluwale.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RememberOluwale
Twitter: @RememberOluwale
YouTube: RememberOluwale
Instagram: RememberOluwale

Keep Up To Date with #RememberOluwale

RememberOluwale uses Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to provide information published today that relates to the issues that marked David’s life: mental ill-health, homelessness, racism, destitution and police malpractice. David was a British citizen who migrated here, so we also provide information relating to those seeking refuge in the UK. We give credit to the city of Leeds for the progress it has made since David’s days. But there is so much more to be done. Our aim, always, is to help the city of Leeds become more inclusive, more just, more hospitable and more equal. Please go to our social media to find out about current campaigns.

David Oluwale Memorial Association. A registered charity No. 1151426. A company limited by guarantee No. 8107693.