RubyLand Academy; a frontline nursery and primary school in Lagos with the aim of empowering children to strive and achieve, hosted its very first ‘Heal The World’ initiative program yesterday 14th February, 2018 which happens to be Valentine’s Day. Based on the popular saying that “charity begins at home” the school decided to host the[…]

“ Hello sir, is this the Charity City Project? I saw your activities on facebook, that you help the poor. My name is Moses Kayode. I am hungry, should I come to your office to get some food to eat? “ That was the distress call I received from one Moses Kayode, some few days.[…]

About 2 years ago, the media was agog with the news of a certain woman-Mrs. Ruth Uche whose husband ran away from home when she gave birth to a new set of twins in addition to the 2 set of twins she already had. The husband who was jobless as at that time, obviously could[…]

Earlier today, a cash donation was presented to Mrs Bose Afolayan to support the education of her 2 kids- Dare and Michael for this new term, the cash presentation was made by The Charity City Project. Mrs Afolayan, a widow, who lost her husband 12 years ago became overwhelmed with the responsibility of providing for[…]

The Charity City Project team visited a poor family this morning, the 5th of January 2018, to exemplify the below biblical injunction that obligates us to show love to those that are sick and needy, Matthew 25: 36-40 says Verse36: I was sick, and you cared for me. I was in prison, and you visited[…]

“My child has been in pains for 4 years now” – cries the father of little David born with a hole in the heart. Little David Oni Adewale was born on the 8th of June, 2012. This little boy and the parent live at No. 3 Salimotu Street Oke-koto Agege Lagos Nigeria. When David was[…]

Voice of Change Network International, a foremost global humanitarian organization; launches Project Help a Child campaign with the screening and profiling of the children of indigent widows in Ikeja – Lagos, on Monday 9th, November, 2015. According to the International Coordinator of the group, Mr Azemobor Gregory, who spoke to VOCNEWS team during the exercise,[…]

To God be the glory! The Easter Free food and cloth distribution took place at Saint Leo Catholic Church- Ikeja-Lagos. We gave out food and clothing items to over 500 persons. Our special guests were: People with disability (the blind, deaf, dumb, crippled), the widows, drug addicts, street children, destitute, the elderly and indigent kids.[…]

The best way to appreciate God for the good health that you enjoy is to extend some love and compassion to those that are sick and helpless. Make a commitment today, to visit any hospital and show some love to those that are sick and hopeless around you. That visit could be an answer to[…]

In one of our tour of compassion round the city of Lagos, we encountered this little boy with the blind father begging for alms.  There are many indigent kids living all around us. oh my God! By 2025, the building of the Charity City will be completed and we shall provide free housing for thousand[…]