Love Initiative (special invite)

In 2012 when my birthday was fast approaching, I had pondered deeply on what to do to mark that day since I am not a fan of parties.

As I reflected on this, the word ‘give’ came to my heart and I made a decision that moment to be a blessing to the less privileged.

Having decided, I informed my family and a few friends and they consented to it.

On the 24th of December (the scheduled date), we visited Modupe Cole Memorial Centre, Lagos – a home for motherless babies and it was an awesome time of love, healing and fellowship.

It was not just about giving gifts as this was a norm for them at the home, but it was more about pouring genuine love and showing great care to those young and beautiful minds. It was a huge success to the glory of God.

The vision was blessing more lives than we imagined and it became registered as a Non Governmental Organisation in May 2015 after operating as Love Project since 2012.

Our core aim is to inspire hope and empower communities to create solutions to hunger and poverty by implementing sustainable programmes that will provide opportunities for people living in abject poverty and despair.

Youths, women, children and the disabled have been beneficiaries of this.

Reflecting on the past few years, Love Initiative has come a long way to achieving these:

2012: Welfare Programme and Musical Concert at Modupe Cole Memorial Child Care and TreatmentHome School, Lagos – Nigeria.Displaying IMG_20151215_095749.jpg

2013: Welfare and Health Programme at Ilaje, Bariga, Lagos with over 1250 participants. Displaying IMG_20151215_095749.jpg

2014: VDisplaying IMG_20151215_095749.jpgocational Training and Welfare Programme at The Transit Home, Idi Araba, Lagos (Established Love Initiative Academy; for Art and Skill).

2015: Vocational Training, Computer Training and Mentorship Programme at Love Initiative Academy,Idi Araba. Many other other things were also done.

On the 19th of December, we would love for you to come around because we know the children would be so delighted to see you.


We therefore anticipate that you join us at Lagos State Children Transit Home, Idi Araba at 10am for a time of celebration and exhibition with the children.

As commonly said; “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. It is sure a good way to end the session, after so much work.
Kindly check the flyer for more details or contact 08062431500.
It is going to be fun.

See you there!

– Odunayo Adebayo