Project Coverings

The project coverings was initiated by the drive to help an orphanage in Moro, Osun State cover their windows, doors and floors with nets and carpets – hence, the name ‘coverings’. We had lots of help! Amazing friends who gave their time & prayers and generous donors – some of whom even requested anonymity. We really can’t exhaust our thank-yous!

The Project was executed on the 29th of April, 2016. It was soooooooo successful and yes, we’ve still got a whole lot more lined up!

Check out the pictures below:

The project got way more than was budgeted and we were able to help out with other stuffs, like toiletries, bedspreads, beverages, biscuits and food.
The project got way more than was budgeted and we were able to help out with other stuffs, like toiletries, bedspreads, beverages, biscuits and food.

 

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This amazing friend of mine gave her support allllllllll the way. #lotsoflove

 

One of the rooms #before
One of the rooms #before

 

The room after
The room after

 

another room #before and after
another room #before and after

 

Eventually, a total of 12 rooms were fully covered.
Eventually, a total of 12 rooms were fully covered.

 

One of the doors. #before, during and after
One of the doors. #before, during and after

 

This picture gets me everytime. Those kids just couldn't for us to finish. They had to jump in to help out.
This picture gets me everytime. Those kids just couldn’t for us to finish. They had to jump in to help out.

 

So glad the camera caught our young 'peeper' : )
So glad the camera caught our young ‘peepers’ : )

 

Remember that amazing roommate I made reference to in the article, 'still on the road to perfect'? Eniola, yes. That's her. Who else thinks she's gon make a great mummy?
Remember that amazing roommate I made reference to in the article, ‘still on the road to perfect’? Eniola, yes. That’s her. Who else thinks she’s gon make a great mummy?

 

They smiled!
They smiled!

 

and yet still more smiles #happy child

 

Would I love to upload more pictures? Yes, every single one of them but here’s where I’ll stop. To everyone who volunteered, donated and contributed to the project one way or the other, thank you! God bless you big time.