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Febisola Okonkwo

Dear Friends,

It’s my pleasure and delight to wish all our well wishers a happy new year.

The past years and months, since the inception of Help Initiative, have been full of challenges but glory to God Almighty we have surmounted them all, coming out more confident, determined, stronger and passionate to rehabilitate the abused, neglected, abandoned  and helpless children /women; I see this as significant and important task for all of us to do.

The projects we do in Help Initiative are continuous and functional and we consistently need support for the smooth running of these projects. As much as we need funding and other resources, we also need man power which comes from volunteering time, good ideas and executing them.

It has been a great pleasure for us seeing young people coming over to volunteer in various capacities, both on the field and in our care home.

Our dreams are big and our hopes are high; we are committed to touching vulnerable lives for transformation. I therefore challenge, motivate, invite and encourage all of us to be part of this great work and dream that we believe will ultimately rescue many children and women from frustrating situations. The journey of a thousand years starts somewhere, let us join and continue with this noble effort. We invite our friends to visit us and more people to volunteer. The staff, the office environment, the children and the home are a great sight to behold; it’s truly a place to be. Seeing the Children in Tabitha Home, watching them laugh, their looks of love and appreciation touches the heart. Our team of staff are very passionate, skilled, hardworking and a great supporter of the visions and goals of the organization. Altogether we make HELP INITIATIVE WORK.

My profound gratitude  goes to members of Board Help Initiative, our Partners, Donors, Friends, Staff, Volunteers and well-wishers for their consistent support and love towards us especially in the past year.

Thank you all and God bless you.

Febisola Okonkwo