The Rotary Club of Lagos Island (RCLI) clocked one year on June 2.
To celebrate the maiden anniversary, it visited the Motherless Babies’ Home at Lekki Phase I on June 3 and distributed in foodstuffs, such as rice, milk, oil, spaghetti, garri and bread.
Members of the club spent some time with the children by playing games and discussing with them.
The club is also providing services to the less privileged by regularly organising health camps, blood donation camps, vocational training programme, providing artificial limbs and building water and sanitation facilities in schools, among others.
During the visit, RCLI discussed its projects with officials of the home and how to partner the home in uplifting and providing guidance to the kids through the club’s flagship vocational training programme, among others.
The club congratulated the home for working with Lagos State government through the Ministry of Youth and Social Development as well as its numerous partners to provide shelter and food to motherless babies.