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What We Have Been Up To: Call For Support.


On the 8th day of December, we had our Friend, Banker, and Guest Speaker, Mrs. Olowu Tosin engaged 96 high school girls in Ikola community. It was a mentoring session which borders on the importance of showing up. A session, with a difference! Thank you, Mrs. Olowu & Faloju for also visiting children at Helper's Academy. We love it when friends show up...Find attached Photographs for more updates :)

On the 14th day of December, there was the Pleasant surprise and Christmas gifts for all teachers at Helpers Academy! (Helpers Academy is a non profit school and, intiative of Street to School which aims to provide quality education for school drop outs and out of school children). It was a gift pack, with live Chicken! Photographs Attached.Thank you, Mr. F.Oloyede. 

On the 15th day, we had Mrs. Tolu Onifade Babatunde, one of our pioneer supporter and friend. She was visiting us for the very first time, as most communications has been online. Once again, our appreciation to her. She showed up with her daughter to have fun with the children. Playing toys together etc. Thank you.

On the 19th day, today. The teachers received some more gift of rice. Special thanks to Mr. K. Salako for the support. In Feburary this year, he did pay for the textbooks of all of the children without the compulsoryEnglish Language and Mathematics. Thank You.

Next Week, we look forward to our final event for the year 2016. CHRISTMAS on the STREET #COTS. We wish to gift every child a christmas gift such as food item, noodles, toys, fruit drink etc. Please, share online, tag a friend, let's make this Christmas period, colourful regardless of the 'recession'. We truly need your support..we do.

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Thank you for reading. Every gift counts...

SSI Team

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