The Reach Nigeria Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering communities through impactful initiatives, is excited to announce its outreach program in Okegbe community, Rivers State, which took place on Saturday, April 27th, 2024.

This outreach follows a successful week of activities organized by The Reach. Earlier in the week, the foundation executed its “The Kitchen” program, securing food supplies for the Okegbe community. They held packaging sessions at their headquarters and delivered essential items to a Special School and the Borikiri Axis, reaching an estimated 500 individuals. “The Kitchen” specifically targets areas where people struggle with food insecurity, providing vital support to labourers, the homeless, and others. This initiative was generously sponsored by Dr. Silvia Cole.

“At The Reach Nigeria Foundation, we believe in fostering a brighter future for all Nigerians,” says Halliday Floretta, Chairperson of the Board of Directors at The REACH Foundation Nigeria. “Through targeted outreach programs, we strive to provide essential resources and empower communities to thrive.”

The Okegbe outreach program was proudly sponsored by none other than Grammy award-winning superstar Burna Boy, who has been a dedicated supporter of The Reach Nigeria Foundation for over four years. It focused on providing food supplies, offering healthcare services, and many more. The event began at 7:00 AM at The Reach’s Office.

About The Reach Nigeria Foundation

The Reach Nigeria Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to making a positive impact on Nigerian communities. Through various initiatives, the foundation aims to address critical needs, promote education and healthcare access, and empower individuals and families to achieve their full potential.