A non-government organization, Hand Stretched Out Love Charity (HSLC) initiative on Saturday put smiles on the faces of the aged within the Abule-Egba area of Lagos State when it fed over 200 people.
Speaking at the event, Mrs. Clementina Abohi, founder and CEO of the HSLC initiative, said the NGO’s “Operation Feed for Love Program’, is an initiative that ensures that the aged feel loved as their needs are met through targeted programs.
She said that putting smiles on the faces of people who often do not have any form of assistance from the government or society is a challenge the organization was happy to embrace.
Speaking further, Clementina added that “Operation Feed for Love Program” was not just designed to provide free food items for the elderly but “extend our love to them and assure them of our commitment to their welfare as well as to give people another reason to smile and be grateful to God”
The elderly women who were presented with items at the ceremony, happily appreciated Clementina, the HSLC initiative, and the team for sincerely meeting and catering for them in these trying times.
They also prayed for God’s protection and wished the organization many selfless years ahead.
About HSLC Initaitive
Hand Stretched out Love Charity (HSLC) initiative is a nonprofit-driven Initiative that works tirelessly and strives to make sure that people feel loved as their needs are met through targeted programs.
HSLC is particularly concerned about reducing hunger, Health Improvement, Care for pregnant women, lactating mothers and children, Education promotion, Capacity building, Community development, and Youth Empowerment.
These are achieved through our program line up such as:
Operation Feed for Love
Mother and Child Support.
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We work to enhance the capacities of beneficiaries so that they can realize their potential and can bring positive change in their lives.
Hand Stretched out Love Charity (HSLC) initiative’s aim is to care for, encourage and build the hope of the vulnerable, poor, disadvantaged individuals and families in society.
Contact HSLC Initiative
Call: 08162765004, 07068399138