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Christmas On The's all about giving.

Successful Event: ChristmasOnTheStreet

December 24th and 25th Would Remain Very Remarkable Days For Children in Ijigun Community of Lagos/Ogun State Border As We Celebrated Christmas With Them in Style, Donating Christmas Gifts and Packs To More Than 120 Children. A Season to Share, To Love, To Give..Huge THANKS to Everyone Who Got Our Back, Especially To The Company: MOXIE by Daisy, Thank You for The Additional Deliveries and Packs for Children. 

Donated Packs Include: Educational Toys, Reading Books, Notebooks, Snacks, Noodles, Drink, Towel, Skipping Robe, Recorder, Stationary, Hat, etc..woohoo. #FunAplified
Huge Admiration To All of Our Volunteers Who Showed Up From Across the State. Thank You For the Support. You Are Awesome. 
To Our Amazing Photographer (Volunteer) Mr. Gbolahun (@obalendepictures) Thank You For The Great Photographs..! 

Please Consider Supporting Street2School Initiative. Your Donation Would Go A Long Way To Supporting Education Programs Of Disadvantaged Children. Thank You.

Merry Christmas!

Our Wishes for You
Over the last eleven months, we have engaged ourselves in some exciting projects in the communities. For example, for three terms, we paid the school bills of some 15 children in private schools. We did sponsor 15 less priviledged students to register for the 2014 GCE and WAEC exams, we conducted Career Seminars for over 600 High School students. During Summer, we coordinated Computer Training programs for disadvantaged young people/girls in rural communities. We donated educational items to more than 800 children in rural schools. Yes, we raised some emergency funding to so we could clear our donated items and consignment from Denmark for the children, And, next week again, we would be having the grand finale project: Christmas on the Street, for vulnerable children! Interestingly, we would not have been able to do all we do without your support for the children.

All we want to say is T H A N K Y O U. Thank you for the children.

in 2015, we look forward to your partne…

13Days to Year-End! Thank YOU.

A Thank You Note From Tosin Taiwo 
Growing a child, I remember how much I love to keep to myself and would not want to bother anyone with a request for help. I just don't like the idea of 'bothering' people, maybe. I love to observe more than interact...**well, I feel i am still very guilty of this, though** smh. :)

It's been some years now in the non-profit sector, and, we have been advocating for formal education for all children, regardless of the circumstance....however, in my widest imagination, I never knew 'bothering' people would be one of the skills I would have to develop. #fundraising4change.

Huge appreciation and admiration to all amazing friends on and off Facebook who have been supportive and responsive to our requests for vulnerable children and women. I wish I could tag you all...yes, you and you and YOU. Thank you. Truly, "One could only chase a thousand, but 2 would put ten thousand to flight.."

It's some 13 days to the en…

A Girl's #ChristmasWish

#Girl #Education

In this part of the world, it's almost a tradition for the Girl-Child to defer her admission into Higher Institution JUST because mama couldn't pay school bills for more than one children at once, hence, the bigger brother, especially would get the PASS mark to further his education, while the girl child seats at home, keeping hope alive!!!!

This evening, a lovely young friend and victim of such situation came a-visiting... Kemi attended our last summer computer training program for young people in rural community some months back!

Interestingly, she's written and passed her WAEC, JAMB and Post-JAMB exams. And, she's been offered admission to study Mass Communication in two different Polytechnic: Kwara State Poly and MKO Abiola Poly.

Sadly, Kemi has been told to seat back!!!! while her BIG brother who also got an admission to study Accountancy, furthers his career ambition!!! I am so so uncomfortable with this tradition. Aarrrgh.

Already, Kemi has …

Education: The Miles, The Sacrifice.

Yesterday, we had a rural-walk, visiting another rural community where accessibility to school is so poor, such that children have to walk many miles, crossing this wooden bridge..which leads from one community/State to the other. 
Accessibility is Key to attaining education4all, absolutely. We need more schools...
Meanwhile, Congrats to our friend in the ***middle*** of first pics who has been registered for the next West African Examination for Senior Secondary School Students...

#COTS: We Need Your Donations, Please.

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Surprise A Street Child with A Christmas GIFT or Donate N2,500 for a Christmas Gift + Food Pack per Child.
Please, Call Julia on +2348092226762 or tweet at us @street2schoolNG, or send a mail: 

Spot the Difference. #Education

Let's promote education for all children, together. Join us...It can be done, right? For Child Sponsorship Please Call Debby on +234 8032 731 868 or Tosin on +234 803 409 3287.

 Thank you!

What Every Child Deserve!

Every Child Deserves A Chance to #Education. #Girl


**One of the breaking news you could give to a sponsored child is to tell him or her that "for certain reasons, your sponsor is not going to be there any more until we get another"... Sometimes, it is so hard to tell, but you got to tell it anyway...they got to know, too *** It could be breaking.

Christmas On the Street.

Dear Friend,

It's the #GivingTuesday.

Please, support our cause for the disadvantaged children on the streets and rural communities. By supporting us you are helping more children back to school. Education is Key!