I was one of the people that benefitted from the Projectcare4grey. I am 55 years old and also a widow with two daughters living with me . The food package was really helpful to my family at that moment and we really appreciate it. The foodstuff really helped us get through a couple of weeks. Thank you care affairs.
She is a 68 year old woman who benefitted from the projectcare4grey. She was really happy when she received our care package. She said the pandemic made it difficult for her Son to send her money for her upkeep but after she received the food package she expressed so much joy and she was really thankful and in her words said “the help came at the best time."
Mrs Wemimo Olajunwon
I am an old man who live with my wife. We both have a blending machine as a form of petty trade and it has served as our only source of income. As a result of the pandemic, we have been stranded and unable to even go to the market to keep up with blending peppers for people. It has been a very difficult time for us. We are more than grateful to Care Affairs for this food palliatives as feeding has been difficult for us. We are very grateful. May God bless you..
Mr Abulateef (Baba Ruka)
She is one of the people we gave our care package to during the Projectcare4her at Ajasa Command. She was heavily pregnant at that moment and was extremely happy when she got our package containing sanitary pad, tissue paper, beverages, detergent among others . She said our care package came just at the right time as her husband’s business wasn’t going on well and it has been difficult getting necessary essentials in preparation for her baby’s arrival.
Mrs Obioma Alice
Baba is 90 years old and also blind . We located him at his residence and gave him the food supplies during the Projectcare4grey, he was more than happy and surprised that there are organisations who care about the less privileged in the country especially with the uncertainties surrounding the pandemic.
Mrs Abiodun is a mother of two and also a widow. She works as a cleaner. We heard that she had been ill at the time and as a result of her sickness she couldn’t fend for her children. We met with her at the place she was receiving treatment and gave her some food supplies during our #project100families. She said that God brought Care Affairs just at the right time because she was not sure where their next meal will come from as they were already living from hand to mouth.
Mrs Ajala lives at a dump site with her two children. Her living condition was quite emotional with almost nothing at the dumpsite to feed her kids with. They feed off the dumpsite and have been living there for about 3years. We handed over some food supplies to her but that can only last them a couple of weeks. There were so many cases similar to hers on the dumpsite and in surrounding areas.
With stories like these and much more, we would like to appeal to you that every donation counts. You can be the reason why someone doesn’t go hungry. You can be the reason behind someone’s smile.