Unveiling Africa Foundation teenagers to feed 700 People in Agege, Lagos through the Christmas Soup Kitchen

So That Others May Eat this Christmas, Unveiling Africa Foundation (UVA) invites you to join and support their teen run Soup Kitchen in Agege this Saturday, December 15, 2012.

Earlier in the year, about 60 Unveiling Africa Teenagers gathered at two locations in Ogun State and Ajegunle for a Children’s Day Soup Kitchen. All together they raised resources, planned the events and fed 800 people. This time, we are aiming to feed 700 people at one location. Support us as we nurture the spirit of service and the pursuit for social change in the upcoming generation. You can be a part of this by volunteering, publicizing and donating.

The event details are as followed:

Date: December 15, 2012

Venue: 8, Market Street, Off Capitol Road, Agege.

Meeting time: 8. a.m.

This Christmas Soup Kitchen is part of the Unveiling Africa year round “Days of Change Campaign” which is running across secondary schools in Nigeria.

About Unveiling Africa Foundation:

Founded in Canada in 2006 and established in Nigeria in 2010, Unveiling Africa Foundation has worked with over 2000 teenagers in Nigeria, impacted more than 3000 lives and raised over N3 million for six causes in Lagos and Ogun State. In addition, more than N1.3 million in educational and vocational scholarships has been awarded to thirteen students across Nigeria. As a result of the UVA 2011 Teenagers Nation Building Conference, students from Yaba College of Technology Secondary School raised N2.2 million to purchase a bus for a disabled home in Mushin. Two of their alumnus gained entry into world renowned teen academies – African Leadership Academy, South Africa and United World College, Netherland.

For more information, please contact Anu -08131130810 or Ugochi – 08175915820.

Website: www.unveilingafrica.org

Twitter: @unveilingafrica

Post Author: Kingsley Iweka

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