Friday, 16th of December 2022 in the joy of the yuletide season, Lagos Food Bank Initiative supported 19 partner non-governmental organizations through the Food Bank Network Nigeria, (FBNN) program. The Lagos Food Bank Initiative partners with passionate nutrition-focused NGOs to reach out to vulnerable communities across the different states in Southwest region, Nigeria.

To start the outreach, there was a general introduction of all the NGOs present, after which the LFBI Partner Agency Relations Officer explained the programs of Lagos Food Bank Initiative and the purpose of the Food Bank Network Nigeria. All the NGOs at the outreach had the time to share their stories and the goals of their organizations. To conclude the first session of the distribution program, Mr. Michael Sunbola, the President of LFBI gave a brief speech on the importance of taking initiative and putting goals into action.

In the second session of the program, all the NGOs formed a chain of support to arrange the donated food items and the juice boxes for the photo session.

Mrs. Bakare, the Project Coordinator of Crimson Bow Sickle Cell Initiative expressed her sincere gratitude and stated excitedly how the donated items would ensure that all their target beneficiaries have a happy Christmas celebration.

To conclude the program, the representatives of each organization expressed their appreciation to Lagos Food Bank Initiative for the timely partnership.

Our partners for the Yuletide distribution:

  1. Camp Adventure Africa
  2. Candle Light Foundation
  3. Nikel’s Aid Foundation
  4. Mission Feed Foundation
  5. Lighted Pearl Africa Foundation
  6. Damsy Foundation
  7. Happy Hands Foundation
  8. Grateful Heart Foundation
  9. Crimson Bow Sickle Cell Initiative
  10. Olateju Akinpelu Foundation
  11. Executives Helping Initiative
  12. Catering for Africans in Need
  13. Roselove Foundation
  14. Gems Heart One Love Foundation
  15. Opeogun Opemidayo Foundation
  16. Gracious Woman Care Initiative
  17. The January Twenty Seventh International Foundation
  18. Restructure Africa Foundation
  19. Dynamic Dream Builders Foundation