Carondara has hosted 16 different outreaches in various locations around the city of Abuja, asides other projects, catering to the less privileged, providing them with raw foodstuff and relief, plus, educational materials. Our efforts have majorly been on the New Kuchingoro and Area 1 IDP camps and we have reached out to over 10,000 children, so far.

Our Christmas Funfairs are the highlight of our year as a foundation and we ensure they also get to enjoy “the most wonderful time of the year”. Check them out here!

In 2022, we began to expand our efforts to accommodate education, refusing to limit our impact to feeding alone. We believe it is more sustainable to teach one how to fish than to keep giving them fish.

We carried out a Skills Acquisition training through the month of October where the children (ages 10-18) were taught profitable skills like shoe making, bag making, wig making, soap making and beading, by professionals in the various fields.


The next year, 2023, we began our “Back to School” project as we identified a need in that area. By December 2023, we had been able to pay the fees of 122 pupils at various schools in Abuja, asides other projects and partnerships we embarked on. 

We are pleased to say that in addition to that, as at March 2024, we had paid for 30 Junior Secondary School students at JSS, Galadimawa. Our goal for 2024 is to sponsor, at least, 400 students across 4 different schools in Abuja and we believe we have started that journey.


This is just a summary of the wonderful work we have been enabled to do. You can follow us on social media to always be up to speed with our activities.

Would you want to go down memory lane with us and see our very first outreaches? Then keep scrolling!


This was at Apo-Dutse village in Apo, Abuja on the 5th of May, 2019. 15 children were fed.


This was at Wumba village, Apo on the 12th of May, 2019. 15 children were fed. We weren’t allowed to take pictures of the kids.


This took place at the Charity Home Orphanage in Apo-Dutse village on the 8th of June, 2019. About 45 people were fed, including children and their guardians.


 This took place on the 3rd of July, 2019 at the New Kuchingoro IDP camp, behind Games village. 150 children were fed.


This was at the New Kuchingoro IDP camp on the 13th of July, 2019.

58 children were fed.


Done in conjunction with Jonathan Friendship Foundation.⁣ Happened on the 28th of December, 2019 and it took place, once again, at the New Kuchingoro IDP camp, behind Games village. Over 1,500 people including women, children and men were given foodstuffs, toiletries and about a hundred babies were given antiseptics and other toiletries. About 500 children were given school supplies and toiletries, with a note attached to remind them of how God sees them.⁣


This took place on Valentine’s Day, 14th Feb. 2020. It took place at the Area 1, Dagban IDP camp and we went with almost 500 plates of food to share. We went with a couple games so we could play with them and took along a few cheeky gifts for the winners.


This happened on the 30th December, 2020 at the Area 1, Dagban IDP camp. It was a very fun funfair and we went with 300 plates of food and raw foodtuff to share. We also went with biscuits, juice, a standby popcorn machine, bouncy castles and games!


This was our Easter outreach, which took place on the 5th of April, 2021 at the New Kuchingoro IDP camp where over 500 children were given both cooked meals and raw foodstuff, as well as sanitary materials.


This was our Children’s Day outreach and on this day, we visited both the New Kuchingoro and  Dagban IDP camps, where over 1000 children were given warm meals, raw food items, sanitary wares and we spent a great amount of time praying with and for them.
It was indeed and unforgettable experience.


Our 2021 Christmas outreach/funfair titled “Abundance” took place at the Dagban IDP camp in Area 1 and the New Kuchingoro IDP camp in Games village on the 30th of December, 2021.
We were able to reach out to over 1,000 children with warm meals, raw foodstuff like rice, beans, garri and yams; as well as snacks, juice boxes, sanitary wears and clothes for the girls and women.

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