Eme Best Foundation Fetes Akwa Ibom Communities on Easter

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Keen about the overall welfare of women and children in the society, Emebest Foundation has put smiles in various communities in Akwa Ibom State with donations of food items and provisions in the spirit of Easter.

The Foundation made donations to Ntak Inyang community in Etim Ekpo Local Government area on Friday 29 March 2024 and Mother Charles Walker Childrens’ Home, Uyo on Saturday, while paying glowing tributes to Christ, the reason for the season.

Led by one of its Directors, Madam Ubong Udoetuk, the Foundation premised the donation on love, saying it was needful to replicate the love of Christ to vulnerable members of the society.

Receiving the items with great excitement and joy, the recipients at Ntak Inyang, expressed their gratitude through kind words of appreciation and prayers of blessings for the founder of the organisation, Mrs Eme Udoetuk and her team.

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At Mother Charles Walker Childrens’ Home, the team was gleefully received by the children and staff of the facility.

While commenting on the healthy outlook of the children and the hygienic condition of the surroundings, Emebest Foundation promised their regular patronage of the Home and prayed God to give them the grace and strength to cater for the children.

Receiving the items, Matron of the Home, Rev. Sis. Matilda Inyang appreciated the Foundation for having the children in mind, inspite of the hike in the cost of food items. She asked God’s blessings upon them and assured the prudent use of the items.

Emebest Foundation according to its Directors is a non-profit organization established to support women and children. They also offer assistance to the vulnerable and less-privileged, by supporting them financially to be self-reliant.

Located by Itam Flyover in Itam, they embark on quarterly visits to Orphanages, pay school fees of indigent students and issue soft loans to women.

The Foundation charged members of the public to keep the children in remembrance, saying that giving is loving and there is love in sharing.

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