When people in the world are happy, the world becomes a better place for everyone to live in. Elohim Foundation in its little way is creating a happy world by helping out with the provision of basic and social amenities.
It is our believe that the future of the Nigerian child must be empowered for a better and more protected generation. Elohim Foundation is doing her role in providing the basic needs of the Nigerian child.
I heartily welcome you to our website. Please take a few minutes to diligently go through all our pages, perhaps you may find it interesting and our work, a worthy cause to support or partner with, as you find the courage and willingness to do so.
Our strength lies in the quality of support we get from well meaning individuals, families, corporate entities and the international community towards making this world a better place for all; particularly for those marginalized communities who indeed make up parts of the integral components of a human society.
Hence, it is of essence that together we build a bridge of support that only but eternal glory will sufficiently serve our reward.
It is in this light that I, on behalf of the board and the entire staff of Elohim Foundation, enjoin you to be part of this work and in earn yourself, an eternal reward, in the words of Mother Teresa, IF YOU CAN’T FEED A HUNDRED PEOPLE, THEN FEED JUST ONE, using this platform.
Elohim Foundation was formerly known as The Carpenter’s Foundation International; a non for profit development organisation founded on the 13th September, 2001 in Abuja –Nigeria and got registered by Cooperate Affairs Commission (CAC) on the 29th of April, 2002.
Our Goal is to contribute to the sustainability of the human community through eradication of poverty and impact mitigation of socio-economic challenges and human capacity development;
With a Vision to attain sustainable human society, while our Mission is to provide social intervention services that addresses the challenges of sustainable human society, through people centred approaches in both urban and rural communities.