Dec 25th a Day for humanity

Edith Ijeh
Posted December 15, 2018 from Nigeria

Your unused and useful stuff is all a family needs this season.

In 9 days from today I will be at makoko (on water ) as i was on land few weeks ago. Despite the ups and down this period, I have gotten phone calls from several slums and community even though I am yet to gather all that is required of me for this next Giving trip.

Sometimes ago a much older woman I respect so much looked at me and said have you finished feeding your family that you are always striving to feed or help people?.. 

A very good question though but before she got her response which was a laughter I was quick enough to see the bitterness and ignorance in her, and wished she could see a female phycologists for therapy as I discovered over time that their was more to the question.

Good News: over Time I realised my moves has prompted and inspired her to taken steps that she would have taken years back and get that fulfilment and peace she seeks amidst the dramatic perception she nurse's. Thank you Jesus

Her worlds was a big Motivation from that day the 22/12/2015. When I started this project in 2014 my mother, father and other family members where my biggest fan. We know where we have been and what we have been through and we understand what it means to have abundance of things.

Have you been privileged to be hugged by people you bring opportunities to? That may be the most sincere and truthful hug you may ever get in your life time. 

The prays and blessings sent to donors will bring you tears because of it sincerity. Some may say they are lazy but ignorance and lack of information is brother and sister in this case, so they are similar to those that calls them lazy and yet can't look for a job for them even after the government has failed them. 

Down in this slums and villages lives people with less information and lack of opportunities as most of them are on educated (formal or informal). This are people truly seeking change, but most of all food, shelter and other basic Amenities. 

Your unused but useful stuffs is what a sister, a child or a brother needs to survive and smile this season. 

Go into your cabinet, garage and store pick out those things and join us this December 25th to Makoko (on water).

To my Giving mum's sisters God will continually meet your need's..... 

Food Cloths Soap's Shoes Treated nets School bags Kitchen equipments  Toiletries Toys etc........

All this will be appreciated. For take off point and support pls contact 2348055736065 or send an email to edith.umeugochukwu@gmail.com

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Jill Langhus
Dec 16, 2018
Dec 16, 2018

Hi Edith,

Thanks for sharing your post. I'm glad you were able to help the older lady, and that you're able to help all these people. You may want to consider sharing your post on the WP "Resources" page to expand your potential reach:
https://www.worldpulse.com/en/my-pulse/resources

Good luck again:-) Hope you're having a good day!

Edith Ijeh
Dec 16, 2018
Dec 16, 2018

Thanks sister Jill..... Am grateful

Jill Langhus
Dec 16, 2018
Dec 16, 2018

You're welcome. Hope it helps, dear:-)

Ngala Nadege
Feb 03
Feb 03

Thanks for sharing your post Edith.

J Brenda Lanyero
Mar 15
Mar 15

Hi Edith,
Thank you for the initiative. Go on girl!!!