Emmanuel Charity Foundation Goes International, Celebrates Outreach With Inmates

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Inmates of the correctional facility in Ondo state have received various gift items from the Emmanuel Charity Foundation International.

It has become a monthly tradition for the foundation to have a charity outreach with the month of October  specifically designed to cater for the inmates.

The Director of finance and administration, Mr Aderoboye Adetola led the delegation to the prison with food items, toiletries, refreshment packs and other consumable items.

Aderoboye said they presented food and gift items to the inmates with the belief that the items donated will give hope and restoration to prisoners and their families.

Receiving the items, Asc II Banjo H.O on behalf of the management of the Maximum Security Correctional Centre, Akure, thanked the foundation for their kind gesture and promised to utilise the gift items judiciously for the effective running of the correctional facility.

Mr Michael Olagoke, a committed partner of the foundation while addressing pressmen emphasized the positive impact the charity outreach has on the society.

He said ,”Our legacy is choosing to stand alongside those most disregarded by society, we believe no one is beyond hope. We see everyone as God sees them.

“Whether you currently support Emmanuel Charity Foundation International by prayer, volunteering or through your financial support, your faithfulness to engage with men and women in need is creating ripples of love, planting seeds of hope and ensuring that no one is forgotten. Those ripples will impact generations to come.

“It was a memorable day for the foundation as the UK Charity team had her first inaugural team of five partners in Hull, East Yorkshire.

The delegation led by the principal partner Olanrewaju Akeredolu expressed readiness in implementing the set goals and objectives of the foundation as they all gave assurances of their continuous support to the needy through the foundation.