Feeding The Future
Feeding the Future is an annual charity event hosted by Umu Igbo Unite - Los Angeles in South Eastern Nigeria. One of the main goals of Umu Igbo Unite Corporation is to encourage civic engagement and community service back home in Nigeria. As Nigerians, especially Igbos, we make it our priority to give back to the country that has given so much to us. This is why UIU exists, to foster a community within the diaspora that remembers its roots and thereby invests time, energy, and resources to improve the quality of life back home. It is also an opportunity for our members to experience different Igbo states while giving back.
UIU-LA accomplishes this every December by selecting an orphanage or motherless babies home from a different South Eastern Igbo speaking state to aid. We provide items to take care of the children and facilities. An example of items we have donated in the past include: food, kitchen appliances, fuel, toys, school supplies, clothing, and accessories for the children and orphanage staff.
We aim to do whatever we can to ensure future generations of Nigerian leaders are well nurtured and developed. But, we cannot do this without your help. To donate to our annual Feeding The Future program, please click the link below.
Thank you in advance for your generosity!
Your donation can help us purchase the below items, plus much more:
Food: rice, beans, chicken, milk, plantain, etc.
Appliances: deep freezer, generator, fans, etc.
Hygiene: diapers, soap, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, lotion, etc.
Take A Look
Our first year kicked off December 2017 in Imo State at the Red Cross Motherless Babies Orphanage. The following year, UIU-LA members served at the Beluonwu Memorial Orphanage in Anambra State in partnership with We Are New Africa (WANA), a non-profit organization operated by celebrity stylist, Ugo Mozie. All this was made possible by our wonderful donors.
See photos below:
Donate today to help us make a difference!
This year we will be visiting the Agape Motherless Babies Home in Abia State.
See footage of the last year's project below: