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JTOW GOES TO ILAJE COMMUNITY IN BARIGA, LAGOS


And this year(2018), we are going to Ilaje-Bariga community in LagosπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

The photos below were taken by our Program director Miracle Obiorah who recently visited the location.



"Located in Bariga Local Government Area, it is not only one of the worst settlements in the megacity; it is also one of the most crowded.



 Conservatively, it is estimated that over 250,000 people live in Ilaje. But that’s not the real issue.



The real issue is no fewer than 10 people live in some of the one-room shanties erected on top of the lagoon." Says Yusuf a reporter at nextedition.com.ng

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How we choose our outreach destinations aka OUR FAVOURITE PLACES
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We love to go wherever there is a need for physical supplies and the love of Christ, particularly  communities or nations with
•Poor living condition
• High mortality rate
•Poor access to Education
•Low believing/Christian population
•Unreached

Ilaje-Bariga community is clearly one of our favourite places.

JTOW OUTREACH AT MAKOKO

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 WHY WE DO THIS 
( Jtow VISION)
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To aid members of ailing communities/Nations live fulfilled lives.

JTOW OUTREACH AT MAKOKO

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HOW WE DO THIS
(Jtow MISSION)
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We aid members of ailing communities/Nations live fulfilled lives by providing physical supplies to meet their needs and exposing their minds/hearts to the love of Jesus Christ the Saviour.

JTOW OUTREACH AMUKOKO

Last year at  JtowOutreach2017, with your help we provided material relief to over 1000 people living in Makoko and  we dewormed about 250 children among them. This year, we are going to IlajeCommunity in Bariga. 




We will impact the lives of over 2000 people with material supplies and the message of Christmas.

Would you partner with us by donating items or/and cash?

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FOR FINANCIAL DONATIONS
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For financial donations
CLICK

Or pay in to
0430151724
GTbank
The Birthplace Empowerment Foundation

What we do with your financial donations

* Pick Up supplies from donors.
*Hire Van to convey supplies and team to outreach location
*Buy packaging materials for supplies.


And incases where we don't find partners,
Your financial donations
* Pay for services such as photography, volunteer lunch, public address system etc.


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TO DONATE SUPPLIES
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TO DONATE ITEMS.
Please SMS Name, Full address, Items to 07017654880. We will come get it.
 You don't need to move.
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A huge thank you to those of you who have given financially already. Thank you so much. Because of you, we have picked up Supplies from Ikorodu, Alaba International to mention a few.

We still have many pending orders from Alagbado, Lekki, Cele and many more. We need financial provision to make that happen.

WE ARE TAKING DONATION ORDERS NOW.
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Food stuffs
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Bags of rice, beans, garri
Cooking oil
Salt
Tin/satchet tomatoes etc
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Clothes- New/Gently Worn
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Men
Children
Women
Teens
Beddings
Curtains
Towels
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Shoes
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Men
Children
Women
Teen
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Books
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Primary texts
Secondary texts
Excercise
Pens
Pencils
Bible


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BECOME A VOLUNTEER
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You can help change live through JTOW outreach by serving in the following units

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 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.

CLICK to Volunteer

The outreach to Ilaje is scheduled for  Saturday December 22, 2018.
Till then, the team and I would be busy picking up supplies from donors, sorting,washing, ironing, packaging, interceeding and generally preparing for the Ilaje people.

CLICK to see past  Birthplace  Foundation events

CLICK to learn more about JTOW

Thank you for the numerous ways you have stood by us to impart lives.

Committed to your fulfilment
Anne Atulaegwu


ANNE ATULAEGWU FLUNKED BY KELLAR USIAYO (LEFT) AND MERCY UDUMA (RIGHT) AT JTOW OUTREACH 

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