GAAP Orphanage Foundation is carrying out a Food Relief campaign this summer on Saturday 8th of August 2020 to feed 500 children!

GAAP will be donating free food items including Rice, Beans, Indomine and Yam to 2 distinctive registered care homes as follows:-

1. Divine Heritage Childrens Centre DHCC Ikorodu Lagos.

Divine Heritage Childrens Home caters for around 35 children by  providing food, accommodation and healthcare with an added focus on their educational needs. As support for the infrastructure is a regular need, GAAP Orphanage Foundation have taken on the project this Summer to provide food and clothing items to the home. See photos of our preparation for the event further below.

2. Refugee Camp For Supporting Disabilities Ebute Metta

GAAP has identified a crucial gap involving the need of Refugee Camps for all sorts of support mechanisms including Clothes, Food and Educational needs. This Summer GAAP Orphanage F0undation has embarked on a campaign to provide these essentials to the refugee camp in Lagos.


Below are photographic details of the GAAP Team preparing for our ‘Feeding Campaign’ on 8th August by actively sorting out the contents of our latest shipment from the United Kingdom, into bags for the relevant homes.

The GAAP Team includes our support personnel & volunteers.

Remember, it is with the ‘ unconditional kind’ support YOU provide that GAAP Orphanage Foundation is able to carry out it’s AIMS and OBJECTIVE which is simply –

To relieve child poverty in Africa, especially in Nigeria with the long term objective of establishing a children’s orphanage to offer direct help through fundraising activities, donations, events and ideas in order to provide basic necessities such as housing, medical support, educational facilities and clothing. In doing this we hope to help rebuild lives and give more confidence to families in need with particular emphasis on abandoned and orphaned children within these remote communities.

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