Benevolent visits to orphanages mark CNC’s 40th

Cakasa Ebenezer Foundation (CEF), in collaboration with its parent company, Cakasa Nigeria Company (CNC), to mark 40years of business operations of CNC and celebrate its annual thanksgiving, paid visits to orphanages.

Visits were paid on 10th December 2019 to the Little Saints Orphanage Home, Ogudu and the Red Cross Motherless & Abandoned Babies’ Home, Makoko. The programme was attended by staff and volunteers from Cakasa Ebenezer Foundation and Cakasa Nigeria Company Limited.  

The visits were planned to provide succor for the weak and vulnerable members of society,  celebrate CNC’s 40 years of business operations, and provide a platform for CNC to commemorate its annual thanksgiving programme and give back to the society through its corporate social responsibility initiatives.

Little Saints Orphanage home for girls in Ogudu was first visited. The team was received by the matron by Mrs. Dominica Eno. She welcomed the CNC/CEF staff and gave an overview of their work and programmes and the various homes they currently run. She mentioned that some of the homes were donated by individuals and corporate bodies. A short documentary was shown, which was followed by an interactive session with the visitors. The team was introduced to the children at the Ogudu home. Items like toiletries, indomie, spaghetti, milo, milk, detergents, disinfectants, rice etc. were then presented to the matron of the home by visiting team from CNC/CEF.

The team proceeded to Red Cross Motherless babies’ home at Makoko Road, Yaba where they were received by the matron, Ms. Idowu Taiwo. She welcomed the CNC//CEF Staff and revealed that the the babies were in school at the time. 

The team, happy to go to the orphanage, were pleased to put smiles on the faces of the children in the orphanage.

Benevolent visits to orphanages mark CNC’s 40th

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