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Closed 01/04/2020

raised of £1,000 target by 14 supporters

    Weʼve raised £238 to feed 100 families in abject poverty for half a year

    London, UK
    Funded on Wednesday, 1st April 2020

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    Divine Love Humanitarian Foundation introduces the ONEHUNDREDFed project aims to feed 100 families sustainably for 6 months by providing food items for said period; such as, non-perishables and tinned foods. 9 townships have been selected for targeting and review in Imo state; in each town, 10 families will be identified for being in extreme poverty.

    The villages selected are located in Imo State in Nigeria.



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      • Doug


        Aug 3, 2019


      • Nathan Smith

        Nathan Smith

        Feb 22, 2019


      • Mark A

        Mark A

        Nov 5, 2018


      • Douglas A

        Douglas A

        Oct 31, 2018


      • Dylan


        Oct 23, 2018


      • Dylan


        Oct 23, 2018

        Keep going team! Really good cause


      • Anonymous


        Oct 18, 2018


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      Divine Love Foundation

      London, UK

      A Christian Charity working in developing countries to provide sustainable support to communities in West Africa

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