So Today i was prompted to tell the real story behind We Care Initiative.
As I walked down my partial motor-able street somewhere in the heart of Ajegunle on that fateful Saturday morning in 2013, I saw this little boy seated with his Dad begging by the road side, I looked straight into his eyes as i managed to pull out a 50 Naira note. Looking into his eyes, I could tell what they lack was beyond money, I could tell what they lack was love, acceptance and a sense of belonging.
I felt so terrible, my legs could hardly carry me home as I wondered for how long these people have lived this way. This experience hunted me till 2015 when i decided to do something about it so I started the We Care initiative, Reaching out to these people on very special occasions.
Over the last few month we have made sure to reach out to hundreds of them and we will love to do more if only we have the capacity to do more.
Financial donation toward the forthcoming outreach on the 23rd of September will be greatly appreciated, as it would help us put more smiles in more homes.
Giving is natural. If I have more, I sure will give more. If we have more, We should give more.