Welcome to our first blog post of the year 2021 with a recap of our activities during the holidays; The LBF holiday tradition.
It is said that the act of sharing runs as a provisional bridging tool between people and communities providing the connective tissue in ways that are hard to measure through a simple quantitative interval and, as a result, are rarely put in words.
Linking the act of sharing and eating together which is an important human liturgy, benefits beyond the corporal need for food.
Connecting with the less privileged on the streets in festive/holiday seasons yearly- Christmas, New Year, Ramadam, Easter is a tradition for The Livebridge Foundation. This is carried out through cooked food sharing and other items.
And in a Covid-19 era to share food and other items, health measure was put into consideration.
However, as with this project, Livebridge volunteers were divided into groups, in order to share the food in different locations, in a more effective and efficient manner for this purposefully masked with sanitizers provided.
Mr. Ejiro Efe and the team sharing food in Bako community in Gwadgwada.
Mr. Lanre Osunlana sharing food to the less privileged in Lugbe.
The meals were made of rice, salad, chicken/beef, or eggs.
With over 700 people in total benefiting from this noble project on the 25th December 2020 and 1st January 2021 respectively, it on these premises that we kick start the year 2021 on a good note praying for strength to continue the mission to which we were called.
Hope you had a great holiday at your end?
Here’s wishing you good cheers in the year ahead.