Appreciation letter for sponsored music students at the local school in Kent UK!
I wanted to let you know how your donations have helped music making here at Beths over the past year. As you will remember, your donations went out to four students here at Beths.
The first student to be given the scholarship is a year 11 boy taking Music GCSE. Prior to your donation, he had had limited formal lessons, due to family constraints. Your donations helped him improve by two grade levels in his performance for his music GCSE, allowing him to be able to access the full grade boundaries, something he couldn’t have done without your support.
The second student to receive funding is in key stage 3 and is currently continuing to learn to play the piano and has weekly lessons.
The third student who received financial support from you was in key stage 4 and sadly was unable to continue his drum lessons after the scholarship had finished due to family circumstances.
The fourth and final student has made amazing progress. He began by taking saxophone lessons with the support from your organisation. He is a very able student, who couldn’t previously play the saxophone. He not only has grown from your support, but he has already started to perform in school concerts on the saxophone, both in small chamber groups and our school band.
I wanted to say a huge thank you for supporting us here at Beths and our students who have the desire to make music. If there is any chance that you may be able to continue to support our students financially, then we would love to continue to work with your organisation in order to help students create music. Please do be in touch if there could be any further opportunities. We could also come and support any functions you may have up and coming with some performers, if that would be suitable.
All in all, we wouldn’t have seen our students grow musically without your support and we truly appreciate it.
Head of Music
Beths Grammar School
We believe that access to nutritious food is a basic human right!
We are committed to responding to the needs of older people in Ile-Ife and the surrounding community through food distribution. April 2019, food distribution!
April 2019, food distribution. Testimony! Testimony!! Testimony!!! Feed the hungry, and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon. Isaiah 58:10
Volunteer team! We appreciate you but God appreciates you more and may He rewards you all greatly!
Food Project Initiated by The FutureHope Empowerment UK & Josiah FutureHope Empowerment Foundation Nigeria.
Ile-Ife Community Food Bank (Osun State, Nigeria)! At our first opening day, over 60 older people aged 70 and over were registered and a food package contains 10 food items: 2Kg of Rice, 2Kg of Red Beans, 2Kg of Garri, bottle of vegetable oil, two tins of Geisha, one box of Cornflakes, half dozen of Chicken Indomie, twelve sachets of mixed tomato, pepper and onion sauces, Milo and Dano Cool Milk were distributed to each beneficiary. They left feeling differently to when they arrived; they went away having had their dignity restored and hope revived.
Many beneficiaries testify how the FoodBank Bimonthly services would assist them at the point of their needs. Practically, we are running the FoodBank services every month, the older people aged 70 and over are group into two sets. Each set will be receiving our food package alternatively monthly.
#FOOD BANK PROJECT #STOP SENIOR CITIZENS HUNGER# GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY#MAKING A DIFFERENCE!
The ongoing research on food insecurity and food poverty amongst average Nigerian pensioners, “The FutureHopeEmpowerment UK and Josiah FutureHopeEmpowerment foundation Nigeria” have analysed survey data and interviewed pensioners who are aged people in our chosen geographical location, who have little or no strength to begin activating new streams of income.
Our findings reveal that pension that is defined as a regular payment made to people who have retired from service, having attained the official retirement age has not been paid for several months and many of the aged people are at risk of under-nutrition as a result of poverty, or not timely receiving their regular payment to enable them purchase food items.
Data survey collected shows that aged people in the targeted age group are in persistent food poverty. The risk of under-nutrition, a major cause of declination of functional organs among aged people.
Our intervention is to prevent poorer health outcomes, falls, and delays in recovery from illness.
In our work to serve the senior citizens of the targeted age group, the mission is to offer good quality and highly nutritious food and beverages for sustainable health benefit.
Our commitments are:
We are committed to continuing developing and delivering dignified service to prevent food poverty among the targeted age group.
*To treat targeted age group in food poverty with dignity and respect.
*To understand the scale of the problem in order that we can address it more effectively.
*To develop a strong partnership approach to reduce food poverty.
#FOOD BANK PROJECT#STOP SENIOR CITIZENS HUNGER#GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY#MAKING A DIFFERENCE!
Successful screened candidates for FREE Training on Poultry Farming with The FUTUREHOPEEMPOWERMENTUK President and Coordinating Director (Africa)
The FUTUREHOPE EMPOWERMENT UK’s Youths Empowerment In Modern Agricultural Training in Nigeria, under our Economic Empowerment Program
Course Facilitator and Students paid a visit to Plantain Plantation @ Agrikk Matas, Osogbo as part of the Curriculum set for the programme.
Course Facilitator and Students paid a visit to Maize farm as part of the Curriculum set for the programme.