Rejoice Shamah Initiative; project clothe someone.

What is volunteerism?

Volunteering is a voluntary act of an individual or group freely giving time and labour for community service.

The essence of volunteerism is not giving part of a surplus one doesn’t need, but giving part of one’s self. Such giving is more than a duty of the heart, but a way people help themselves by satisfying the deeper spiritual needs that represent the best that is in you.

You can volunteer with your time, skill and resources. Nothing ain’t too little nor too much. Volunteering is an exhibition of our hope in humanity. Let non hear you say there’s nothing I can do.

Do you want to volunteer?
If yes,

Have you heard about Rejoice Shamah Initiative?

Rejoice Shamah Initiative (RSI) is a non government and non profit organization aimed at community development with projects geared towards attacking social vices taking a toll on people.

Our target this Year is to have less people wearing torn or dirty Clothes and to achieve this we will be working intensely to ensure clothes get to everyone in need in Communities within and outside Jos, Plateau State and to a few northern states.

How can you come in?

You can volunteer with your time and skill for the actualization of this goal. Your money and clothes will make huge impact.
Do you have clothes you’ve not worn in recent times, do you feel pained seeing others without clothes or looking dirty? Do you want to support this project with your money?

We have a charity bank to receive your clothes and donations to this cause.

The Alex Ladan Foundation is where all these can reach us. It is located behind NTA Park, just opposite Omega Hotel.

Volunteer today!

We hope to hear from you soonest.

Thank you!

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