More than sixty pupils benefited from a relief materials donated by a Non-Governmental Organisation, Feed Needy World Initiative to Sought After Creative Academy, Adigbe in Abeokuta.
The NGO also gave out two hundred and fifty thousand naira cash to support the school welfare.
This was done as part of the efforts to impact the world positively, help the downtrodden and vulnerable members of the public.
The Sought After Creative Academy proprietress, Mrs Tolulope Anfela-Jacob expressed her gratitude for the opportunity and thanked the organization for deeming it fit to support the school during this financial crises, most especially, in aspect of buying social amenities and paying staff salaries for months as the school is tuition-free.
She disclosed that this is the first time an NGO is supporting our children and the school at large.
According to her. “We are are really grateful to Feed Needy World Initiative for locating the school despite our remote location. I am very encouraged and I pray that God almighty will bless the Chief Executive and Founder of Feed Needy World Initiative, Eromosele Isaac Oluwafemi as well as other volunteers and people involved in Feed Needy World Initiative”.
During an interview at the event, Eniola Damiliola Majekodunmi, the Director of Events and Operations for Feed Needy World Initiative, said the NGO’s main aim is to help the needy, serve as the catalyst of change in the society and keep adding value to the people’s lives positively.
“Feed Needy Wold Initiative gave cash and gift items to the children in other to support and encourage because they are the future of this nation.
More so, we strongly believe the governments alone cannot provide adequately for the people’s needs and wants, that’s why we are assisting the people and government in our little ways NGO to fill some vacuums where government is lagging behind, particularly on education and welfare for the less privileged.
Feed Needy World Initiative also has the goal to be an organization that supports and assists vulnerable and socially disadvantaged children, widows, people living with disabilities, orphans and others who might need help. We also have plans to cover a lot of places where our assistance might be needed, including Ibara Prison in Abeokuta, Eniola expressed.” Eniola Majekodunmi added.