Homeless not Hopeless(December Outreach)

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It’s festive period. In a normal family settings parents start to prepare and children get some vibes.

But then what happens to the homeless on the streets, who feed from the left over of others?

Don’t we think they deserve some goodness because of the birth of the good God?

They too have the same life and future too!

Life’s condition to them isn’t just nice but they can be given hope to thrive.

They can be encouraged to dream.

They can be observed to birth their dreams,

They can be shown love, it’s worthy of worth.

With this understanding, Praiz Foundation will be going to the deserted ones living in Lemna, Eght miles – the outskirt of Calabar City of Cross Rivers State, Nigeria.

This is a place where dirts from the city is trashed.

They live and eat from the wastes of the city people.

People go there and pick slaves, house helps.

They don’t go there to look for people to help.

A poem tittled “Homeless not Hopeless” will be given to them each. Though originally written in English but we have been able to translate it to Efik for general understanding. 

Praiz Foundation, is putting smiles on their faces by sending them neat dresses, food stuffs, cooking ingredients, stoves, pots, gas, tomatoes pastes, shoes, bags, hairs, books, phones etc.

DATE: 25TH DECEMBER, 2019.

TIME: 10am.

For support, and volunteer or for further enquiry, pls contact: 08062621808

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