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#COTS 2015

 Dear Sir/Ma,

Last year, through your intervention, we were able to reach out to more than 200 children through the Christmas on the Street program -COTS which lasted for 2days, as we visited children in rural communities of Ikola, Agbado/Oke-Odo LGDA. We thank you very much. God Bless! 


Now, this year...in DECEMBER! We hope to visit some other communities -granting wishes of children on the streets, and rural areas. And, we hope to get the following items to distribute to needy children.
S/N
Item
Quantity
Unit Price
Total Price
      1.            
Rice
250
2,500
625,000
      2.            
Groundnut Oil
250
500
125,000
      3.            
Processed Tomato Sauce
1000
50
50,000
      4.            
Indomie
10
1300
13,000
Total
N813, 000
we would appreciate your support in KIND or in cash.
For Donation: GTBank; Street to School Initiative; 0162126614
For Pick up, kindly call, Esther on 08032837576.


Thank you, always! Happy Thanksgiving...


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