The Osasu Show Foundation, a Non-Government Organization focused on improving the welfare and livelihood of the women and children through capacity building, education scholarships and start-up capital, will on Saturday, December 16th, 2017, host a Christmas party for over 1000 Internally Displaced Persons and Orphans at the Riverplate Park, Wuse 2, Abuja.
The event is part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiative of The Osasu Show. It aims to bring sunshine into the lives of the less privileged this yuletide season. The founder of The Osasu Show Foundation, Ms. Osasu Igbinedion, expressed her delight at being able to make the less privileged smile during this festive period.
She said, "Anytime I visit IDPs’ Camps, I leave with a heavy heart as most of them are going through very difficult situations. Although we've sent numerous girls to school from across the six geopolitical zones in Nigeria and empowered over 200 women with capital to begin small to medium scale businesses, my team and I decided to also celebrate them and make them forget their sorrows, especially while others are celebrating Christmas and the New Year around them. This is why we have decided to throw a party for one thousand IDPs and orphans. We hope to do more in the nearest future.”
The Osasu Show Foundation was inspired by the vital roles women play around the world, meeting the food needs of their households and contributing to the development and growth of the nation at large.
Part of the ways the foundation is helping include the donation of Capacity Building Incubators (CBI), Education Scholarship Scheme (ESS), Group Micro Loan (GML), Group Funding Initiative (GFI),Integrated Empowerment Project (IEP) and TOS/ASDC- Annual Social Development Conference.
The Osasu Show Foundation is created for the sole purpose of solving social problems in a financially self-sustainable way.