NGO donates food items to 1,000 widows, less privilege in Ekiti  

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Not less than 1,000 residents of Ado community in Ado Ekiti have on Friday received essential food items.

The distribution which saw widows, elderly, and less privileged individuals took place at The Sam Anisulowo Foundation (SAF) office located in Adamolekun Estate, Ado Ekiti.

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The food items includes rice, beans, cooking oil, among others.

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Dr. Sam Anisulowo, the founder of SAF, spoke about the foundation’s commitment to social responsibility and expressed his appreciation for the chance to give back to the community.

 “At SAF, we believe in the power of collective effort to create positive change. It is our duty to uplift those facing economic hardships, and this donation is a step towards building a more resilient and caring community,” he said.

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He noted that the event not only served as a means of addressing immediate nutritional needs but also fostered a sense of community and solidarity.

The Sam Anisulowo Foundation (SAF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting social welfare and community development. 

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SAF works to improve the lives of people and communities by concentrating on healthcare, education, and poverty eradication. The organisation works to empower and uplift those who are experiencing financial challenges by implementing a variety of projects that promote resilience and hope.

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