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Thank You For 2016..

Dear Esteemed Friend,

We are using this moment to thank you SO much for your impact on our children and their families, this year. Thank you for your concerted efforts, and expression of love for the needy ones.

Without God intervening through you, we truly would not have been able to provide shelter for three disadvantaged families, pay GCE fees for 36 young people, erect a school structure for out-of-school, school drop outs, pay salaries of 6 teachers, get wheelchair for the disabled girl, donate free textbooks, notebooks to the children, empower them in useful skills...etc. THANK YOU!
Thank you for every penny, extended. We Thank You.. May God bless you more, with more.

Attached herewith are photographs of our concluding event for the year, 2016. #ChristmasOnTheStreet. Thank you, Mrs. Chioma Ossi, Mrs. Taiye Faloju, Thank you Mr. Kolawole A. Thank you, Mrs. Ade, Thank You, Mrs. Opemipo, Thank you, Mr. Michael Omisore. Thank you for making this CHRISTMAS so colourful with your donation in cash and kind. We received a total donation of N194, 167. And purchased with it, 100 Bags of Rice. Other items donated are: Tomato paste, reading books, fairly used clothes, fruit drinks
​, shoes​
etc.

#​ChristmasOnTheStreet YouTube Link: Click Here
​To support our work, further, please send donations to ​GTBank; Street to School Initiative; 0162126614. It's all about supporting the children, the disadvantaged.


Do have an amazing year-end and a very pleasant 2017!
THANK YOU​.
​​
With Love

from All of US.
Street to School Initiative









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