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JTOW GOES TO MAKOKO

ANNE ATULAEGWU SURVEYING MAKOKO

So I was at a wonderful place this weekend in preparation for 
#JTOW2017 outreach.

I heard about the place and went to see for myself.
I was amazed!

For those who don't know,

Makoko is a small neighbourhood across the 3rd Mainland Bridge located on the coast of mainland Lagos. A third of the community is built on stilts along the lagoon and the rest is on the land. The waterfront part of the community is largely harboured by the Egun people who migrated from Badagary and Republic of Benin (wikipedia).

Makoko community courtesy of Wikipedia
This is the chosen community for JTOW outreach scheduled for Saturday, December 9th.

We would be taking supplies (Educational materials, clothes and shoes) as well as LIFE (Christ) to them.

I'll love that you empower us to go by donating

Educational materials: Exercise books. Text books, pens and pencils, rulers sharpeners, erasers etc

Gently worn (washed and wear ready ) or New clothes and shoes especially for children and women. However, we will gladly accept items for teenagers and men.

You can support through any of the means below


By Donating Items

To donate Items,

SMS Name, Location and JTOW to 09094363727, 07017654880 or 09080428251 For example: Lucy Agege JTOW and we will get back to you.

By Purchasing a JTOW T-Shirt

To purchase, 
Send a whatsapp message to 07038803218 

By making Cash donations

For cash donations,
GT- BANK  0047372859 Princess Anne Atulaegwu
FIRST BANK 2021707737 Abstinence Icon Resource Concept
Kindly indicate Purpose of payment as JTOW



Volunteers are needed in the following units

Pick up: This team would help pick items from donors, when donors can’t bring it themselves.

Laundry: This team would help sort, wash (where necessary) and Iron wears.

Packaging: This team would help place items in their individual packs.

Distribution: This team would go with us on the actual day to distribute items to the community. Everyone on this team is required to purchase (discounted price)and wear the JTOW T-shirt.

Intercession: This team would help establish the salvation of souls. A few physical meeting and several whatsapp meetings would be held.

Social Media: This team would help rebroadcast approved posts on social media concerning the outreach.

To Volunteer,

Kindly click to let us know which area you would love to serve.  Click to learn about JTOW

Committed to your fulfilment
Anne Atulaegwu




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