Hope was restored again as Mrs Omolara received a free cash grant, Join us to Lift 10,000 widows and indigent mothers out of poverty!
Mrs Omolara Gbemisola Kareem, 52yrs, is a widow, a native of Ijebu Ode town in Ogun state. Her husband died of a heart attack on 29th, December 2019. She had worked as a cleaner in a bakery since her husband died and the meagre salary she was paid could hardly feed her and her 3 children
She lost her job as a result of the effect of the covid-19 pandemics, presently, she is struggling to make ends meet to take care of herself and 3 children – even the 3 children are not in school because she can’t afford to pay their school fees and other educational costs.
So, The Azemobor Gregory Foundation team asked her to think of a petty business she can do so that she could start to make money to cater for her family again. “My God is in control of my situation, Hope has come, help is on the way”, she muttered; as she left our office after the counselling and hope assured.
Today, she came to inform us of a machine grinding petty business she can start and she was empowered with a free grant of N25,000 to starts the tomatoes, pepper, beans etc machine grinding business.
TO GOD BE THE GLORY.
Special thanks to everyone who believes in this cause and has made generous donations to put smiles on the faces of widows. God bless you all
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