In developing our Soup Kitchen project, we asked ourselves a very simple question: “Where can the hungry be found?” One answer was: “On the streets”.

Our Soup Kitchen project was borne out of a desire to provide breakfast for the hungry & homeless on the streets and under the bridges of Lagos State.

The breakfast pack is made up of oven-fresh bread, sardine, butter, milk, chocolate beverage and water.

On Thursdays and Fridays since 2005, we have fed tens of thousands of people.

The locations include: Ketu, Obalende, Apapa (by Leventis Motors), CMS, Agege, Ikeja, Oyingbo, Maryland, Palm Grove, Oko Baba Destitutes Home (Cripples & Blind sections), Victoria Island (Law school), Sabo and Adekunle.

Report card (Extract)

  • The recipients include children on their way to school and people on their way to work who otherwise would have had no breakfastThere is often a sense of desperation and fear that the food might finish before their turn