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.

The following story talks about our visitation to SEVENTH-DAYS ADVENTIST OPHANAGEGE HOME, Babies supplies were donated, Thanks to Bernadette Darnell, Joanne Barrand, William Leavittb And Shannan Brice for your Generous Donations. 

This are the items been donated to the orphanage home which were been received with much thanks to all General Donations.

It wasn’t that easy to get the kids into the picture, most of them were very happy and couldn’t concentrate in the photo due to what they are seeing, they love the items very much as from the photo, they grabbed one of the Corn Flakes that yes they are going to take in Cornflakes today, the are happy so we have to take them this way while others, the younger once were inside sleeping.

I got a new friend here which at the end doesn’t want me to go, I took him from his bed, he was just there and wanted someone to carry him out, so I carried him out and took a photo with him, play a little with him, he ws happy, the served him a cut from an Oriange which he is holding in his hand but I don’t even know his name, he is just a year old, very funny, so after I must have finished with him and it’s time to go and I returned him back to his bed and he started crying as in the photo but I can’t do any other thing than to leave him there for there big mummy to come carry him.

We met this one busy sleeping, this one is still very small, not yet up not a year old so she is just sleeping for now and by the time she gets up there will be a problem because by then somebody will he hungry to eat so I guess something will be provided for her maybe from what we brought because her own part of the shear is there so she is not been cheated.

Thank you again to those of you who have given of yourself to these kids, their joy was full seeing what you have given.