Charity Mind of Giving (CMOG) Foundation has received equipments worth 500,000 from an Indian family based in London.
Confirming the equipment, the founder of CMOG Foundation, Ruth Ogbeifo-Balofin told newsmen that the equipments donated were to encourage the orphans in their sewing skills.
Ogbeifo-Balofin who is an Olympic silver medallist revealed that Indian families were moved by the program the foundation has for orphans adding that they promised to key into the vision of the foundation
She said, “I can confirm that Charity Mind of Giving (CMOG) Foundation got equipments worth 500,000 from some Indian families in London who do not want their names disclosed. After our calls for partnerships from any individual(s) or companies, they decided to be part of our foundation by these kind gestures.
“When the families saw what we intended doing for orphans in Nigeria, they were moved by the mission and vision of CMOG. All the children at CMOG have been enrolled in schools and they return to their centre where they learn sewing skills”.
She called on well meaning individuals in the society to partner with CMOG Foundation in empowering orphans in Nigeria.
One of the beneficiaries of the equipments, Adedayo Khalid commended the families for their kind gestures despite the various foundations in Nigeria.