On behalf of The Board of Management and Staff of the Adventist Rehabilitation, Welfare and Orphanage Home, Edeoha I thank Nigerian Women Association of Georgia (NWAG), USA for their yearly financial support to our Orphanage. It is our prayer that God Almighty should protect and provide for NWAG and its members. I also pray for better living of orphans in orphanages and peace in our country, Nigeria. Amen.
Elder Freeborn T. Otuya
Associate Director/Secretary-Board of Management
VOTE OF THANKS FROM CARE PEOPLE FOUNDATIONAPPRECIATION
On behalf of the management and most especially all our children, we want to say a big thank you to NWAG.
Every year since you came into our foundation, you’ve been a special source of blessings to us.
Every year we do wait for your donation, so as to use it to pay the school fees of our children because it’s always coming in around the beginning of a new session.
This year we were calculating based on the former donation, thereby so worried on our we will be able to get the remaining fees as Oyo State is no more subsidising for school fees.
But because you are really God sent and our great helper the spirit of the Lord led you in increasing the money.
We are very happy and really very grateful. May God reward you more and more.
Thanks and God bless.
The Care People Foundation.
Ibadan. Oyo State
LETTER OF APPRECIATIONAPPRECIATION
Dear President NWAG, We write to appreciate your kindness to the little saints Orphanage over the years. We are ever so grateful to God and to you for your committment to the welfare of vulnerable children. Kindly find our letter of appreciation. We look forward to hearing from you again. God’s Grace to you all.
Mrs Dele George
FOUNDER LITTLE SAINTS ORPHANAGE
I am Dr. Gladys Igwe, one of the recipients of your 2011 scholarship award( I represented Abia state)
I am writing to thank you for being a huge part of my success story.
I graduated from medical school (University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus) in 2014, made the prestigious Dean's list as the 10th Best graduating student, got an opportunity for Housemanship (Internship) at UNTH, Enugu. Currently, I am serving Nigeria (NYSC) in a missionary hospital in Benue state.
Looking back, am still amazed at how a group of ladies with no palpable ties to me will go out of their way to contribute to make the dreams of total stranger come true.
The scholarship award didn't just go billion miles in ameliorating the financial burden of medical school, it sparked an undying fire to reach out, be better, make something amazing out my life so I can be a beacon of hope to others.
I remember leaving Sheraton hotel Abuja after the award ceremony not just financially empowered but much more inspired to take on the world heads on, with a strong resolve to work hard, get the best out of life and be a part of making another girl somewhere conquer her world too. I am not there yet but will get there someday, in the nearest future, hopefully.
NWAG ignited a fire in me that keeps burning deep down within. A fire that keeps striving for excellence, a desire to help inspire the next generation. You didn't just inspire and empower me. You started a chain reaction with ripple effects which by God's special grace will yield bountiful fruits.
I know a whole lot of people have sacrificed for me to get to where I am today.
Almost on daily basis, am opportune to meet young, bright, brilliant girls battling with one health problem or the other for which they could have made better life choices or even primarily prevented totally, if they were empowered academically or exposed to the opportunities NWAG gave me and that reminds me that I owe you all a debt of gratitude.
So this is from a heart overflowing and bursting with immense gratitude, thank you for contributing to the lady I am today and the woman I will become tomorrow.
God bless you all immensely for me and sorry it's coming late ( this is actually long overdue). I am deeply grateful and do not take your kindness for granted.
Keep at it NWAG, you are changing the world one girl at a time! Leaving indelible footprints in the golden sands of time.
Dr. Gladys Igwe
St Vincent's Hospital, Aliade, Benue State, Nigeria.