Worship For Change, a not-for-profit charity organisation, has announced it will be raising funds for special needs children at Green Worship 6.0.
Green Worship is a charity concert featuring gospel singers wherein fund is raised for charity organisations caring for orphans and children with special needs.
The concert is scheduled to take place at the Fountain Of Life Church in Ilupeju on October 2.
The gospel singers that will feature in the concert include Nathaniel Bassey, Bob Fitts, Moses Bliss, Tope Alabi, Greatman Takit, Cobhams Asuquo, Waje, and E Daniels.
Others are David Nkennor, Gbenga Adenuga, AnEndlessOcean, King James, and Grace Levites.
Speaking at the media parley on Thursday, Wale Adenuga said the organisation aims to exceed last year’s fundraising without a set limit.
“We definitely do not want to raise anything less than what we raised last year. There are really no boundaries to the amount we want to raise,” he said.
“We do not want to be limited to a certain amount of money so we are really going all out to raise as much as possible.”
The 2023 beneficiaries are Joy in Africa Foundation, The Let Cerebral Palsy Kids Learn Foundation, To Omo Re school, and SeChild Centre.
In 2022, Adenuga said the initiative has donated over N75 million to 34 charities nationwide since it started in 2006.
Pure Souls Learning Foundation, The Let Cerebral Palsy Kids Learn Foundation, AIM Special Children Centre in Kaduna, RECDOT Foundation in Anambra, and the Leprosy Mission Nigeria were the beneficiaries for 2022.
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