Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Another appreciation letter

One of the older children from the Erubodo House graduated from school (Theatre Arts) and served the Erubodo House for 6 months. Now he is through with his "give back services" and has been sent off from the Eruobodo House. Of course this had to be celebrated! 
Please find his appreciation letter and some nice pictures below! 


The motive behind my writing this letter is to appreciate what Ebunoluwa Foundation has done in my life financially. Judging by what is happening in the outside world economically today you sponsored me to school for the past fourteen years without complaining and delay. I got to know  Ebunoluwa  Foundation when I came te Eruobodo House back then, I was told they be responsible for me financially in my academic career. I left elementary school, I was given go ahead to proceed to the high school, I  was rest assured of  their backing. The same happened as I proceeded to the higher institution. My sponsor covered tuition fee, transportation, pocket money,feeding allowance in school, house rent on campus and so much more.

I cannot stop thanking you My grandma (Chief Mrs Aino), My uncle (Mr Hakeem), My Uncle (Mr Moses), and numerous other sponsor thank you for giving me the opportunity me confidence and hope for the future.

Once again thank you very much Ma and Sirs.

Saturday, 10 March 2018

A thank you letter to an adoptive family

Dear sponsor,

I am writing this letter to express my sincere gratitude for the money you sent for my school fees.
I'm studying political science at Tai-Solarin university of education, Ogun state Nigeria and am currently in level 3. I have three(3) more semesters  to go before I graduate. After these, I will work on my project. I hope you are doing well too and the winter is not too cold. I wish you all the best. I attach here with a picture of myself.

Thanks once again!

A grateful student

A Small World

Here are some photos from the Canadians stall at A Small World. They support Eruobodo House this year. Isn't that great!? We are so grateful!

A Small World is a yearly gathering of various charity groups which get together to sponsor an approved home, school or group.
There are various stands that offer food, drinks and collector items. There is also a stage where you can look at various shows and dances for entertainment.

Please check: www.smallworldnigeria.org

Physiotherapist at Eruobodo House

Here are some photos of the children being treated by the physiotherapist.
The immense contribution of Odd Fellow Lodge in Sweden to Eruobodo House has made it possible to employ two physiotherapists. They spend 30 – 40 minutes per session with each child, a couple of times a week. All these have been made possible by the unreserved generosity of Odd Fellow Lodge in Sweden. Thank you so much! 

Monday, 5 March 2018

CAVSI volunteers

Look at the pictures of these great people! These are CAVSI volunteers and they visited the Eruobodo House. They all enjoyed it!

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