As a non-profitable organisation our mission is to raise awareness about the challenges faced by children living with disabilities and their care givers. Our mission is also to improve their quality of life by intervention through empowerment with information, supports and professional advocacy
As we are in the season of Xmas celebration and a season of giving gifts to our children, siblings, uncles Aunties, friends neighbours, friends , PLEASE REMEMBER OUR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN NIGERIA WHO cannot afford one meal talk less of Xmas presents. Star Children Initiative is a not-for-profit organisation that provide solutions to the challenges face by children, youths, women and girls. Your donations will put smile on their faces. Our persons with dis;Ability deserve the #RIGHT to enjoy Xmas. Please do not ignore them, Remember that they are #HUMANBEINGS, their disabilities do not make them less of a human being.
If you are interested in making these persons who are from poor socio- economic background, please inbox me. God bless you abundantly IJN Amen. Thank you
Your voice is your power, use it to make impact. I was privileged to be invited by the the 1st Lady of Kogi State to speak at her foundation launch. I am a proud mother of a son living with disability and he has made me a better woman, stronger and more in touch with humanity. I was so happy to share my journey of raising my son with disability at the launch of the HAYAT Foundation by wife of the Kogi State Governor, Mrs. Amina Yahaya Bello and calls for support for people living with disabilities. To God Be The Glory to share my story in the presence of dignitaries that were present
To God Be The Glory for a Successful Charity Walk tagged 'Communies Together', on the 26th August 2017, sensitizing our local communities about disabiliy. Founder of Star Children Development Initiative (SCDI), Mrs Grace Alexander Abimbola(right); Manager of SCDI, Mrs Fadesola Adelani and other members of the communities in Ibadan Oyo-state, Nigeria, during a road walk sensitisation programme for children living with disability in Ibadan, Oyo State. I was also privileged to be interviewed by Tribune National Newspaper.
…what do you see? When you fix your gaze upon the indigents and less privileged, what do you see? Do you see a people requiring your pity or you see the fierce urgency for you to grow (financially, materially and otherwise) in order to be the change you want to see in the world? PrimaRead More