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Photos: Benevolent Group Gives Free Clothes To Less Privileged Kids In Lagos

A benevolent organization known as Voice of Divine Truth International Outreach aka Voice of Change Network, took to the streets in Agege area of Lagos state to show the true meaning of love and compassion towards the homeless  and beggars in that axis  by giving them free clothes.

This is in line with the “Project-Help-a-Child Free Cloth Bank” recently put into action by the group. The idea behind this is to collect unused clothing and other household items from people who have them to give, and to share them to the poor and the less privileged in the society. This will help reduce the ugly situation where many people go about naked or scantily dressed, especially vulnerable poor kids.

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Azemobor Gregory,  leader of the group shared that the organization has a divine mandate to propagate the virtue of love among humanity and that is why they embarked on this project. He shared that they had done other types of programmes before such as  Project-Help-a-Child Global Campaign, Free cloth bank, Free hospital services, Free food Kitchen and Free educational Institutions( free primary/secondary school and free university).

“The vision of the organization is to build a Charity Village that will have Free cloth bank warehouse; Free hospital facility, Free food Kitchen; and Free educational Institutions( free primary/secondary school and free university. The Charity Village will become a place of solace and refuge to those that have been unfairly treated and neglected by an unjust society”, He said.

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He reached out to the general public asking that if people had any used clothes that they had and wanted to give out instead of keeping them in their houses and it just takes up space that they should please reach out to them on +2348084701414, +2348087656176 .email: info@projecthelpachild.com website: www.projecthelpachild.com that they would send someone to come and pick it up.

“Let me also use this opportunity to invite you to partner with the free cloth bank project. If you live in Lagos and you have some clothes to donate, just put them together and give us a call we shall be there to pick them up. You could also become a Coordinator, whose duty is to talk to people and collect their unused clothes for us. Everyone can be a part of this project and together we can create a world where nobody lives in lack”.

 

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