In the spirit of giving and caring for others, the Live Bridge Foundation reach out to several communities and individuals living around the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, and surrounding states through the distribution of food items and medical supplies to communities and orphanage homes, as well as cooked food sharing on the streets.
These outreach programs are part of the foundation’s effort to alleviate the challenges that face the less privileged around us.
Recently, the foundation visited the Karfe community in Niger State and through interaction with the community, we shared in the grieve of Mama Awa, a 65+-year-old, a widow who lost all her children and now faced with the challenging responsibility of taking care of her three(3) grandchildren with the eldest begin 8 years old as well as the plight of many others.
“Connecting with the less privileged thus far has impacted our lives and mission greatly and we will continue to do the best we can. Little by little we hope to touch more lives and help more people“- LBF Founder.
Having impacted the lives of more than 800 children, men, and women through these programs, the Live Bridge Foundation has a mission to restore hope to the less privileged by combating poverty globally through quality education, healthcare, and empowerment to enable them live their full potential as a contribution to the sustainable development goals of the United Nations.