We give children the chance to be the best they can be; to pursue purpose and lifelong happiness no matter the circumstances of their birth.


Everyday I alight from the CMS bus just under the bridge, I walk to the foot of the pedestrian bridge with a child following closely asking for money to get food to eat. Right on the bridge, under the rain or sun, is an albino boy begging for alms. I may release a fifty naira note once in a while, but it is apparently not enough to solve their problems. My heart breaks every single day, and I used to think that there is nothing I can do to help them.

But with the Destiny Trust, at least I know that it may not be the albino boy on the CMS pedestrian bridge, but another child has the opportunity to make something out of…

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