NGO to raise N75m for less privileged kids with special needs (3rd) 




Worship for Change, a non-governmental organisation, is set to raise over N75 million during its 2022 Green Worship concert to support less privileged and children with special needs across the country.

Its founder, Mr. Wale Adenuga, who disclosed this Friday at a media parley in Lagos, said the concert was initiated as opportunity to create awareness, raise funds and support indigent children, orphans and children with special needs 

He said Worship For Change, which was founded in 2006, “organises the Green Worship Concert annually to raise funds for charity organisations across Nigeria that care for vulnerable children and children with special needs, adding that the funds raised in this year’s concert will be invested in five charity foundations.”

Adenuga listed charity foundations selected for this year’s donation to include RECDOT Foundation, Anambra state; AIM Foundation; Special Children Centre, Kaduna; PureSouls Learning Foundation; Leprosy Mission Nigeria; and The Let Cerebral Palsy Kids Learn Foundation.

Announcing that the concert would hold on October 3, he said apart from “focusing on the event day for donations, we are earmarking the entire month of October to solicit and receive donations.”

“In addition to taking donations at this year’s concert, we are making the month of October a month of giving and our hope is that this campaign will enable us to raise robust support for the children we seek to help,” he said.

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