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GOOFY FACE PROJECT

 

The goofy face project is the brainchild of Eniola Alakija. The aim is to take 100 goofy shots to be featured in a photobook to raise funds to help disadvantaged children through a charity called A Child’s Destiny. It is fun and free to take part though we encourage you to make a donation if you can.

 http://eniolaalakija.shutterchance.com/archive/theme/10-goofy-head-shots/

 

A Child’s Destiny (ACD) is a small UK based non-profit organisation set up by a group of like-minded individuals who share a passion to reach out and change the lives of disadvantaged children. ACD works in partnership with other charities, organisations, orphanages and individuals to feed, educate and mentor children living on the streets and in orphanages. We also work to create awareness and generate support for disadvantaged children. See below for some of the projects that we have worked on and our ongoing projects:

To get involved with any of our projects or to find out more information, please contact info@achildsdestiny.org.uk.

GOOFY FACE PROJECT

 

The goofy face project is the brainchild of Eniola Alakija. The aim is to take 100 goofy shots to be featured in a photobook to raise funds to help disadvantaged children through a charity called A Child’s Destiny. It is fun and free to take part though we encourage you to make a donation if you can.

 http://eniolaalakija.shutterchance.com/archive/theme/10-goofy-head-shots/

 

A Child’s Destiny (ACD) is a small UK based non-profit organisation set up by a group of like-minded individuals who share a passion to reach out and change the lives of disadvantaged children. ACD works in partnership with other charities, organisations, orphanages and individuals to feed, educate and mentor children living on the streets and in orphanages. We also work to create awareness and generate support for disadvantaged children. See below for some of the projects that we have worked on and our ongoing projects:

To get involved with any of our projects or to find out more information, please contact info@achildsdestiny.org.uk.

beccagoofy

GOOFY FACE PROJECT

 

The goofy face project is the brainchild of Eniola Alakija. The aim is to take 100 goofy shots to be featured in a photobook to raise funds to help disadvantaged children through a charity called A Child’s Destiny. It is fun and free to take part though we encourage you to make a donation if you can.

 http://eniolaalakija.shutterchance.com/archive/theme/10-goofy-head-shots/

 

A Child’s Destiny (ACD) is a small UK based non-profit organisation set up by a group of like-minded individuals who share a passion to reach out and change the lives of disadvantaged children. ACD works in partnership with other charities, organisations, orphanages and individuals to feed, educate and mentor children living on the streets and in orphanages. We also work to create awareness and generate support for disadvantaged children. See below for some of the projects that we have worked on and our ongoing projects:

  • Stepping Stones Nigeria – Our first project was in March 2009 when we organised an auction and a fashion show to raise money and create awareness in response to the documentary “Saving Africa’s witch children” broadcast in the UK on Channel 4 in 2008. We raised just under £1,400 to help towards the cost of feeding and educating the abandoned children in Akwa-Ibom, Nigeria. www.steppingstonesnigeria.org.
  • Christmas Project for Hearts of Gold Hospice – In December 2009, we bought Christmas presents for the children in Hearts of Gold Hospice in Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria. Hearts of Gold is the first children hospice and respite care facility in Nigeria and caters for over 40 disabled children. www.hoghospice.org.
  • Iread Literacy Network –We have an ongoing partnership with Iread Literacy Network.  Iread offers free tutoring and mentorship to homeless children and teenagers, volunteer teaching support to public schools with understaffed teachers and organises educational projects and activities. The vision is to empower disadvantaged children to learn to read and write. The first event was a spelling bee contest and a community outreach program in December 2010 in Badagry and Seme with 43 schools taking part. The second event was a spelling bee and essay competition which took place in Eti-Osa in December 2011 with 20 schools taking part. We are currently planning the 2012 event. http://ireadafrica.blogspot.com/.
  • Library Project - If you are reading this, you can do what over 30% of the world population cannot do, and that is read! We are raising funds and collecting books and other writing and reading materials to set up a library with an orphanage in Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Christmas Project - Join us to put a smile on a child’s face at Christmas. We collect toys, books and other items to send to children in orphanages at Christmas time.

To get involved with any of our projects or to find out more information, please contact info@achildsdestiny.org.uk.

GOOFY FACE PROJECT

 

The goofy face project is the brainchild of Eniola Alakija. The aim is to take 100 goofy shots to be featured in a photobook to raise funds to help disadvantaged children through a charity called A Child’s Destiny. It is fun and free to take part though we encourage you to make a donation if you can.

 http://eniolaalakija.shutterchance.com/archive/theme/10-goofy-head-shots/

 

A Child’s Destiny (ACD) is a small UK based non-profit organisation set up by a group of like-minded individuals who share a passion to reach out and change the lives of disadvantaged children. ACD works in partnership with other charities, organisations, orphanages and individuals to feed, educate and mentor children living on the streets and in orphanages. We also work to create awareness and generate support for disadvantaged children. See below for some of the projects that we have worked on and our ongoing projects:

  • Stepping Stones Nigeria – Our first project was in March 2009 when we organised an auction and a fashion show to raise money and create awareness in response to the documentary “Saving Africa’s witch children” broadcast in the UK on Channel 4 in 2008. We raised just under £1,400 to help towards the cost of feeding and educating the abandoned children in Akwa-Ibom, Nigeria. www.steppingstonesnigeria.org.
  • Christmas Project for Hearts of Gold Hospice – In December 2009, we bought Christmas presents for the children in Hearts of Gold Hospice in Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria. Hearts of Gold is the first children hospice and respite care facility in Nigeria and caters for over 40 disabled children. www.hoghospice.org.
  • Iread Literacy Network –We have an ongoing partnership with Iread Literacy Network.  Iread offers free tutoring and mentorship to homeless children and teenagers, volunteer teaching support to public schools with understaffed teachers and organises educational projects and activities. The vision is to empower disadvantaged children to learn to read and write. The first event was a spelling bee contest and a community outreach program in December 2010 in Badagry and Seme with 43 schools taking part. The second event was a spelling bee and essay competition which took place in Eti-Osa in December 2011 with 20 schools taking part. We are currently planning the 2012 event. http://ireadafrica.blogspot.com/.
  • Library Project - If you are reading this, you can do what over 30% of the world population cannot do, and that is read! We are raising funds and collecting books and other writing and reading materials to set up a library with an orphanage in Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Christmas Project - Join us to put a smile on a child’s face at Christmas. We collect toys, books and other items to send to children in orphanages at Christmas time.

To get involved with any of our projects or to find out more information, please contact info@achildsdestiny.org.uk.

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