As December draws closer, the plans for our Christmas project intensifies as we are making sure all that’s needed are in place for a successful project.
This event does not however affect our weekly activities especially tending to the needs of some beneficiaries from our mail box.
Last week, the sum of N50,000 was disbursed to a beneficiary who requested help to pay his house rent and he was saved from the embarrassment of getting thrown out.
Also, a parent who needed help with his child’s school fees contacted the foundation on the 15th of this month and help came through. The sum of N40,000 was given for that cause.
Another N60,000 was disbursed on the 19th of this month for school fees for a 200-level student of University of Benin.
Following our previous projects, a throwback video was posted last week. This video captures all the highlights of the International Widows’ Day project. Here is the link to watch the video on our Instagram page.
Check out our most recent blog post that featured 13 ways to practice mindfulness and promote happiness throughout your day. This post was especially helpful to me and I hope you also find it useful. Click here to access the post. We’ve also compiled 4 charitable gifts ideas suitable for this yuletide season. Having difficulty in figuring out how to reach out to people this yuletide season? Then this blogpost is for you.
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Written by Faith Marshall
PRO, Still I Rise Foundation.