Street to School Initiative is a registered non-profit organization which sponsors the education programs of out of school children and primary school drop outs in underserved communities and street. Our core programs are Education sponsorship, School Support Programs and Empowerment schemes for vulnerable women and mothers of sponsored children. #Women #Children
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Donated Books From the United States!
This week, we took delivery of books donated to us by some organisations in the United States, this was done through a book drive coordinated by Mrs. Imoleayo Adeyeri.
To everyone involved in this project, we can't thank you enough for your thoughtfulness and selflessness. This donation means so much to the children we serve in a rural area and street.
Our Literacy class has just been revamped! It sure gonna be an exciting summer school this year. Thank you so much for your donations. It matters.
Thank you, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy! Thank you, Lumina Foundation Half Price Books!! Thank you, Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Thank you, Mrs. Imoleayo.
Thank you, everyone.
Founder, Street to School Initiative
10 Children and pupil of Helpers Academy would be moving to Junior High School, Next Session. And, Esther is one of them.We are looking out for 10 Sponsors who would sponsored their program into private junior high school. #10Children #10Sponsors.
For further information, call Tosin 08034093287 or send us a mail on street2schoolNG @gmail.com
She was only 7+years old.
She fell ill 2weeks ago.
Maybe, for lack of hospital in the community.
Maybe, for lack of adequate knowledge.
The parent resolved into spiritual intervention.
It must be a spiritual attack.
Mary couldn't move again.
Yesterday, Mary died in the church.
Where her parent had taken her to.
Today, I crrrriiieeed. Still tear-dropping.
I weep because we just lost a friend .
one of our coolest friends.
I weep for what ignorance could bring.
Last three years, we had a similar case where one of our girls was also 'abandoned' in the church for spiritual healing. She had her legs swollen as a result of the illness. It was a mild fracture, mama assured us. Everything would be fine. Haaa! Fracture? But this is not an hospital. Swiftly, with friends help, we got them moved to a hospital where it was diagnosed that our little friend had kidney problem. She spent more than 4months in the hospital! Today she is alive and in JSS 1.