Beneficiary Charities

Our group’s ability to continue to operate is due in large to the generous support of individual donors who believe in our Mission as well as gifts from businesses and corporations.

Through you, we have been able to continue feeding, clothing, providing shelter for orphans and the less privileged; maintain the old people’s home, train youths, pay school fees and uniform for the less fortunate under care to realize their potential for a better livelihood.

We sincerely thank you for all your support to us in the past, through your presence at our annual events and your private contribution. Without your support, it would have remained just a dream.


Our Project in Africa


Our Future Charity Foundation

Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana Our Future Charity Foundation (O.F.C.F)

Our Moto is: "One man gives freely, yet gains even more" - Prov. 11:24


  • To reach out to the needy
  • To help fight against streetism
  • Too provide health education in the rural areas



AKO Lalo Upendo Children’s Home

 Kenya Project I

 AKO Lalo Upendo Children’s Home is destitute/orphaned children rescue rehabilitation and restoration centre which is situated in Marsabit Central District Marsabit County, Eastern region, Kenya. Marsabit is one of the driest and Arid Counties of Kenya where absolute poverty is rated at 92%. This poses a big challenge to the entire development of the region. The region is characterized by rapid population growth of pastoral and agro-pastoralists communities. This high population growth rate continuous to have a negative impact on the social-economic development of the county. The implication of this trend is that there is need to meet an increased demand for basic needs such as food, water, energy, shelter, health and education. Despite above myriad of problems experienced, AKO UPENDO CHILDREN’S HOME continued to bring hope to the destitute children in the region and its environs during the period under review.

Kenya Project 2

 Cheka Mtoi Aishi #ChekaMtoiAishi is a unique CSR initiative whose main objective is to keep babies alive via comedy combined with medicine. 8,000 newborns die daily around the world (WHO 2013), 20 die in Kenya daily (DHIS 2012). Many of the deaths are preventable, e.g. death to hypothermia or pneumonia caused by hypothermia. Hypothermia is basically low body temperature and many newborns are unable to generate adequate warmth after birth, especially those born prematurely.

However, this can be averted by providing space heaters that create a warm environment in the delivery room, theater, labour ward, maternity or New Born Unit (NBU).

Most health facilities in Kenya do not have heaters and cannot afford to buy due to inadequate funding, and this is where Cheka Mtoi Aishi comes in- through H4A we are creating awareness of this and raising funds to buy and donate heaters to all health facilities in Kenya, and eventually to Africa. We plan to donate heaters to all 9,000 plus health facilities in Kenya through Kenya Pediatrics Association.


Helping the needy to overcome adversity and lead a healthy, happy and productive life. MISSION:
To offer the hope of a promising future to a selection of the most vulnerable children in Kenya, by providing them with a loving and caring environment that would foster spiritual growth, ensure a good education, and provide the basic necessities of life needed to transit from helplessness into productive members of the society.




GigaTime Foundation

GigaTime Foundation is an off shot of Esscare Hope Centre, which was an initiative started in October 2006 by members of a “Care Group” within a church. It later evolved to become a charitable Foundation aime  at empowering and contributing significantly to the ever increasing demands of improving lives of disadvantaged persons.  The motivating factor remains their strong conviction that the bane of any society is the development of its members, especially the vulnerable ones.  Women, children and youths (young adults) are known worldwide to suffer the most discrimination within the societies including in most family unit, thus the focus of the foundation on this disadvantaged group. The ultimate aim of the project therefore is to enable our beneficiaries become productive members of the societies and their individual families through sustainable income generation and economic growth. 
The Foundation identifies beneficiaries who are then empowered, encouraged and supported by improving their capacities and competitiveness in the local economy through the provision of social and economic skills or academic support as needed. Empowerment and Development programs are then offered to Women and children; handicaps, young offenders rehabilitation facilities,  orphanages as well as to unemployed youth including those who have no opportunity to further their education for one reason or the other and are seeking opportunities to access to employment. All beneficiaries are also provided with mentorship and counselling support 
Examples of projects successfully completed include:
  • Opportunities to further Education including some physically challenged
  • Support to the upkeep and well being of children in two orphanages
  • Vocational Training 
  • Skills acquisition such as make up artistry, production of different oils, bread making, pastries and cake, 
  • ICT and computer courses 
  • Auxilliary nursing Training
  • Shoe and bag making
  • Poultry and fish farming to members of the home for the physically challenged
  • Promotion of self help support and saving scheme for Women    
  • Business development & Management skills 
  • Personal Enhancement & Development Programs 
  • Leadership and citizenship training to Secondary school children around Ibadan 






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