The act of charity has been a long time practice where people voluntarily provide basic necessities such as food, water, clothing, healthcare and shelter to the needy.
There are a lot of people in the world who have demonstrated charity. An example is Mother Teresa of Calcutta, India, a Roman Catholic nun who founded the only Catholic religious order still growing in membership, the Missionaries of Charity.
By the age of 12 she felt she had a calling to help the poor. This calling took sharper focus through her teenage years, when she was especially inspired by reports of work being done in India by Yugoslav Jesuit missionaries serving in Bengal.
The Missionaries of Charity worked with lepers and slowly expanded their educational work, at one point running nine elementary schools in Calcutta. They also opened a home for orphans and abandoned children. Their focus was the poorest of the poor: orphans, the dying, and those ostracized by diseases such as leprosy.
Feeding and Nurturing Minds Int’l Foundation draws inspiration from Mother Theresa by bringing a unique vision to the world to help eliminate hunger in vulnerable homes and build a healthy world with healthy people.
We have rendered our charity services to some communities in Edo state.
Photos of Feeding and Nurturing Minds Int’l Foundation outreach in Edo state