- The MBS 2022 initiative took on a new dimension when it began reaching out to students at the Pacelli School for blind and visually impaired children in Surulere, Lagos
- Mr. Arogbonlo Israel, the chairman of the MBS initiative, said he was from the Not inspired to help the less privileged
< li> During the outreach, the students were given food, teaching materials and other valuable items
To reach out to the less privileged in society, a Nigerian journalist, identifying himself simply as Arogbonlo Israel recently identified gifts to students at Pacelli School for blind and partially sighted children in Surulere, Lagos.
“Today is May 5th th anniversary of the MBS initiative and also my birthday and it’s my pleasure to share this moment with us
“For me, birthdays are moments that I can give back to society; it’s a day to achieve unmatched and positively transform lives.
“Founded in 2018, the MBS initiative has played a huge role in empowering people through empowerment programs, charity outreach and human capacity development
“The initiative is all-encompassing and is reflected in its mission to bridge the gap between the haves and have-nots in society through its humanitarian interventions.”
School management Commends MBS Initiative
In response, the school’s Principal, Sister Jane Onyeneri, commended the efforts of the MBS Initiative and the founder in supporting the institution.
“On behalf of the staff and students at Pacelli School for the Blind, we would like to thank you for coming to celebrate with us today us, especially for all the gu th things you have done for humanity.”
Items donated to the school include braille paper (10 packs), walking sticks, drinks and biscuits.
The Pacelli School for blind and visually impaired children, according to Onyeneri, officially opened in 1962 as a non-governmental and tuition-free institution that relies on donations from religious institutions, corporate organizations and philanthropic organizations for its daily work relies on individuals. Tag running.