As part of activities to commemorate 2022 National Child Health Day, Nigeria’s multimedia outfit, TVC Communications, has donated food and household items to over 150 families in Monkey Village, Ikeja Local Government, Lagos State.
The household items and foods that were donated to the low-income community by the Communication firm was to assist families in caring for their children in the state.
During the outreach programme aimed at celebrating this year’s event themed “Healthy Child, Healthy Future”, the excited residents of the community were said to have shown their appreciation and described the gesture as one that would continue to cushion economic effect.
The firm assured Nigerians that it would continue to fulfill its commitment to improving quality of life of less privileged persons and communities in line with Nigeria’s Sustainable Development Goal Number Three (SDG-3) of Good Health and Well-being.
Speaking after the donation, the Head, Corporate Communications, PR and Digital, TVC Communications, Mabel Adeteye, stressed that the event was part of the TVC Communication, owners of TVC News, TVC, Max FM (Lagos and Abuja) and Adaba FM, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Adeteye noted that the multimedia firm’s CSR tradition was founded on Educational sustainability and Environmental sustainability as well as Child Health and Welfare.
“In accordance to our CSR initiatives one of which is Child Health and Welfare, it is important that we continue to show love and concern to our children, privileged and less so, who are the future of the nation,” She added.
One of the firm’s facility and logistics specialist, Yisa Oladosu, said that the distributed items would assist the children in achieving their dream in the country.
“It is what we invest in these children’s lives today that we can hope to reap in the future. By contributing to their health and wellness, we should expect a happy tomorrow.”
One of the beneficiaries at Monkey Village, Monsurat Abolarin, who commended the organisation for the gesture, disclosed that the items would afford her grandchildren to eat nutritious meal and would help to sustain them through school days.
Adding his voice, Mesa Dew, a community leader at the village, said; “I thank TVC Communications for coming to show us love today. This items would go some way in providing nutrition for our children, as well as relieving the financial burden on we, the parents and guardians.”Follow us on social media