Give Me Hope Foundation, a non-profit organisation, has partnered with Rising Icons to reach out to the homeless and the needy during the coronavirus pandemic.

Brianoh Umoru, the founder and president of Rising Icons, a UK-based NGO said it was heartwarming to partner Give Me Foundation to feed the homeless and prison inmates during the period of the Covid-19 lockdown. 

Founder and CEO of Give Me Hope Foundation, Wisdom Dordoe said the gesture is to support government’s effort in the fight against coronavirus.

He said they took advantage to also educate the homeless people they fed on the deadly virus and how they can stay safe using the WHO protocol of constant hand washing.

“We are not in ordinary times and everybody is trying hard to find refuge until this storm of destruction that is currently crippling the world passes by.

“Individuals are making plans to be safe and governments are putting measures in place to save situations. Humanity is just on a cry for the earliest redemption,” he said.

He extended his appreciation to all the donors, partners, organisers for supporting them to touch hearts and serve humanity.

Mr Dordoe also called on the need for institutions, NGOs, philanthropists, donors and advocates to partner them in supporting the homeless in these difficult times.