Its December!!! Whoop whoop!

Welcome to the beginning of the end of the year! This is a time for us to reflect back on the year and be thankful for everything! Accomplishments, lessons learned from mistakes made, new friends, family, good times, bad times...we just can't help but be thankful. 

Its not too late to complete that project you abandoned,  accomplish something before the year runs out, so get started on that thing you've been procrastinating, or better still, make your Christmas count and join the "Christmas on the Streets" train...let's put smiles on faces!

So you know its almost that time of the year. You know the one where we bring out all the lights and the decorations. It’s also that time of the year where we exchange gifts or we give to those who don’t have enough.
So please join us this year as we give back in gratitude for all we have achieved in the course of the year. If you followed the hashtag #ChristmasOnTheStreetZ on twitter, you will recall that we went to Makoko last year and had fun with the locals. We would LOVE for you to join us again this year for a chance to have more fun than we did last year!
Great news: We have added BENIN and ABUJA to the #ChristmasOnTheStreetZ series this year and we are SO EXCITED!!!!
So start getting ready to have lunch with us again like we did last year depending on your location: LAGOS (25TH), BENIN(26TH) and ABUJA(28TH). We will be accepting monetary donations no matter how little to make this happen.  So please feel free to give us as much as you can afford. Remember “Tis the Season!!
And as much as we need monetary assistance, we would also be accepting clothes, food stuff, shoes, books and whatever you can spare. We will also want more people to get involved, so please get at us. We need as many volunteers to come out to the different communities with us on that day!
Pictures from Christmas on the Streets, Makoko

You can visit to see more pictures from our event last year!

For monetary donations, bank information is as follows:
Name: Munachi Aniemena
    Bank: UBA
    Acct No: 2059093752

Name: Oyakhirome Okaimame
Bank: Zenith
Acct No: 2100085538

 GOT QUESTIONS? Of course you do!
Contact Us: 
Ada (for GTN)
Twitter: @ada_d_body
Tel: 08183006972

Maddy (@madphury)
Okaima (@kimeclectic)
Tel: 08122032933

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2 thoughts

  1. What exactly does this event do? Is it to hand out foodstuff or clothing to the poor? (newbie question)

    1. Yes that's part of it, lunch will also served to the residents of the community/village on that day, and they will get free medical check up. Other long term projects are also included; commissioning of the sinking of a borehole so the residents can have clean water.


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