Learn how you can be apart of helping people who are in need with our Chicken Orphanage Project or our A Thrifty Mom Bag of Rice Project . In 2016 we started helping a young man named Ikechukwu from Nigeria. Summer of 2019 we were able to visit his family in Aba, Nigeria. While there we saw widespread poverty and lack of basic needs. We also met a young man named Isaac, smart and hard working but could not find employment. After talking a bit we found he had built a chicken coop and wanted to farm chickens. We asked him if he would raise chickens for us that would then be donated to feed children in local orphanages. The only food or supplies they get are what are donated, so they often go without any source of protein. We would like to invite you to help meet one of those basic needs, by providing Nigerian families with rice or chickens. This gift will feed a large family for a few months, or a single person a year. It also reminds them they are loved, and brings most of them to tears… as a full bag of rice is one of the most generous gifts they will ever receive. You can also read about other families we have been able to bless here. Chickens are only available to purchase as once they are big enough to butcher, so if you see they are out of stock he is in the process or growing another flock. That is why we started the Orphanage donations so we can still help feed the orphans even if chickens are not yet ready. These donations go to purchase food, diapers, wipes, clothes and medications.
- Purchase a FULL Bag of Rice HERE
- Purchase a HALF Bag of Rice Here
- Purchase a QUARTER Bag of Rice Here
- Buy a chicken here limited stock
- Purchase supplies for Orphanages
The following story talks about our visitation to SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST OPHANAGEGE HOME, Babies supplies were donated, Thanks to Jocelyn De La Moore, Dawn Mahon, Janette Bartie, Shannan Brice, Beth Phillips, Marnie Leffler, Mary Nichols and Bernadette Darnell for your Generous Donations.
This shows the pictures of the babies supplies and a baby in front of the items, as we got inside the baby was already outside so we didn’t bother to take him away rather take him altogether with the items because it’s still going to be him and some other kids that will make use of them and here are the list of the items Donated, Detergent, Vaseline, Baby Wipes, Babies body lotion, Babies hair cream, Powder, Soaps, Tooth Gel, Dettol Antiseptic, Diapers, Disinfectant, Noodles, Yale Biscuit, Hollandia Yoghurt, Corn Flakes, Custard Powder, T-rolls, Baby Milks And Nestle Cerelac.
This shows our coming in, and we saw some of the kids outside playing with in the compound, so immediately they saw us the ran inside.
we found the little ones this way on our getting inside, some were sleeping while some of the little kids were still awake but on there bed playing or just awake looking upwards waiting for some one to come carry him or her.
This shows the photo of the kids and one of there mummy around, they were very happy to see us and then what we brought marveled them very surprise, they said it’s only God that will bless we all from Charity Organization for our good support, Love And Kindness. some were focused in the photo while the other busy carrying one or more of the items from the floor and then the one in front making a stile posture but something happens along the line. next photo
The baby got jealous and wanted me to carry him and take photo, very serious crying as shown in the photo so as i carried him, he then calm down and was very happy and i took some pictures with them or them to be happy but doesn’t want me to drop them, wahala but I was saved at the end then as we were about going, the baby start up crying again and wants my second to carry him.
Smile’s very funny but serious, the baby hooked him uncle you’re going no were, hahaha haha, until he carried the baby and the baby start smiling back again but doesn’t want us to until one of there mummy then came and rescue us from the baby and carried him but the baby was crying but we just have to go to come back next time on our visit.