Throwback: Mrs Ewelike had a reason to smile as she gets a free cash grant.

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It’s a Throwback Thursday: 2 YEARS AGO

Join us to lift 10,000 widows and indigent mothers out of poverty!!

Another widow, Mrs Ngozi Ewelike 64 yrs old, had a reason to smile recently, as a Volunteer Group from Orkney, Scotland-Making Noise Group, presented to her the sum of N20, 000 to support her petty jewellery business

Mrs Ewelike lost her husband in 2007 to a chronic liver disease that cost them their life savings before the man finally died. Since then, life has been turbulent as she struggled to provide for herself and her 2 children without support from anybody.

Although her children are grown up now, none of them is financially stable yet to cater for her needs.
Her pathetic condition is even worsened by her bill health. For many years now, she has been down with arthritis, which has affected her ability to move about to do her petty business.

It was like a dream come true when she received N20,000 to boost her petty business. Her joy knew no bounds. She was overwhelmed with tears of Joy. She was full of appreciation to our friends from Scotland-Making Noise Group, who remembered her in her moment of distress.


TO GOD BE THE GLORY!

Our target is to empower 10000 Widows and indigent mothers with free cash grants, to enable them to start or boost their petty businesses. The goal of this project is to economically empower poor widows to improve their livelihood and be able to cater for their families.

Together we can create a world where no one lives in lack.

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