On behalf of the Founder, Trustees of the Frugal Empowerment Foundation, we wish you all merry Christmas and happy new year in advance.
this year of course as you knows, has been a tremendous and remarkable achievements on our side. but we wouldn’t be able to do this without your support (the great donors of the FEF) and those who promote our activities daily. we are grateful for your supports and contributions . please note:we will be publishing our achievements for this year 2018 by 2nd of January 2020.
FRUGAL FOUNDATION Launches her first CARING SATURDAY’S event at Royal Greenwich, London, UK to support the homeless victims this Christmas. The video on the link https://youtu.be/a9GLEEbgHRw
The event held on the 21sth December 2019. One of the homeless beneficiary appreciating the foundation efforts said “we are happy today as you remembered us, as many will looked at us and walked away, but you are here giving us gifts, stipends and helping us to raised funds from the public”.
Frugal Founder Mr Peter Osezua, with his deep compassion asking others to care for the homeless. He said “we knew Government have a provision for the vulnerable including the homeless, but there are loopholes in the system where someone can still be a victim of homelessness in our community. Until we realised this, our compassion and support for the homeless can only be minimal. I was a victim Mr Peter said”.
This foundation is currently running campaigns in the UK to create awareness to the public that there are genuine homeless victims in our communities today who desperately need our help. We urged the public not to ignore them, but support them whichever way they can.
Up to 10,000 lives have been touched positively this November 2019 at Daudu IDP Camp Makurdi, Benue State and Hill Station JOS, Plateau State Nigeria. Event sponsored by the Frugal Empowerment Foundation
we are determined to work with those who touched to end poverty in the world today. with combined effects, we can make the world a better place
An artist empowered by the Frugal Empowerment Foundation through his musical talent changing the lives of the vulnerable daily. the need for the world to unit as one people as Femty major musical campaign
Artist Femty, was identified by Frugal Foundation on the first Caring Saturday’s event held at Daudu IDP camp, Makurdi Benue State. On the 19th January 2018. On his musical performance song titled Cry & Boko.
Today, Femty has be signed in as Frugal Foundation artist. his popular song title is Xenophobia
Two little sisters whose parents become victims of crises. Driven from their homeland as I result. they find themselves sleeping rough in a strange city with no means of income to provide for these family, these kids are suffering living in a terrible condition. we find them when we hold one of our charity event called Caring Saturday’s in Bukuru, JOS South Local Government Area.
now their problem grew worse since this pandemic as our officials were not able to check on them because of the lockdown in their location
we have just been told, their father has ran away leaving the kids’s mum Atura with the little girls due to nothing to cater for the children. As this situation grow worse, they are living in uncompleted building with not mantras or bed to sleep on. Only with cloth which they have to layered on a non-concrete floor and sleep. we met the kids with a lot of injuries which developed into a ring warms on their body.
As we will always do, we have been providing first aid for them , mantras, foods and clothes also taking children with their family to the hospital for a regular check up. kindly watch the video for more information
Due to our findings, their current location is not habitable for children as there is no access to clean water and there a slum in the location is were cow regularly come to drink which is actually resulting to these innocent kids vulnerable to the ring-warms which has currently affected them terribly.
We are therefore planning to rehoused them and empower their mum “Atura” into business so she can be able to provide for herself and the children going forward.
We understand things are tough for most of us especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. But with this situation of Teyi & Aleri, we are appealing for your support. Our budget for their campaign is £1800. This to enable us to rehoused, Offer training, feeding and other logistics also set up a business for her.
please whatever you can support with, be it small or big, will definitely make a huge difference in changes these crisis victims family’s life forever.
why are concerned about Teyi and Aleri, this kids aren’t just kids like that, she “Teyi” was the one who portrays one of the highest leadership characters in one of our event.
Teyi fed her younger sister with all the little food she could get during our charitable event without having to deep a single spoon in her mouth. She knew her sister was hungry, and she sacrifices all she has for her despite the fact that she was seriously hungry. We knew, people like her the world needs today and if her life is save today she will be able to save more lives and save the world from hunger if she is opportune.
Caring for the widows, is one of our major priority. Up to 400 widows benefited through the International Widows’s Day event at Borno State. Sponsored by Frugal Empowerment Foundation & Hope 360 Initative For Peace. Let build this nation we all hope for.
Mrs Oluwaseunfunmi Aroloye she is a widow with two (2) children, she was a private school teacher with ten thousand naira (#10,000) earnings per month, which is almost less than £20. This was before the pandemic crisis began.
Now she been asked to stay home with nothing to cater for herself and family. And she is under medical condition (hypotensive)
Her landlord want to evict her from home because she is unable to pay her rent and with nothing to do she is urgently pleading for help so she can pay her bills, work and provide for her family.
As a foundation, we knew providing for her feeding will not really substain her for too long therefore a need to support her on business training and establish a small scale business for her to provide for her family
We are hoping, if this campaign could support her with £1000 will enable us to pay her bills, provide training and establish business for her.
Giving a little to support those in need during this Covid-19 pandemic is very essential. whatever you can support with will definitely change someone’s life out there. we are currently supporting the homeless, elderly and those from low income background
As the Covid-19 Pandemic spread across nations, we worried these who are and losing their loved ones, homes, jobs and other health related conditions. This is why we are doing our best to support the efforts of various Governments in cob of this crisis