About Adopt-A-Camp
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The Adopt-A-Camp project was birthed in view of the growing number of Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria. This increase has been largely due to the recent spate of insurgency in Nigeria which leaves many dead or injured, and several displaced.?

Adopt-A-Camp Trailer (Full documentary coming soon).

?Adopt-A-Camp seeks to complement ongoing efforts in assisting IDPs through an holistic support framework. This will be achieved by seeking and gathering assistance from well-meaning individuals and credible organizations, who wish to contribute their quota, no matter how small, to ensure IDPs have better living standard while anticipating an end to insurgency so they (IDPs) can either return to their homes or reintegrate well into their host communities.


About The Light Foundation
The Light Foundation

The Light Family Empowerment Foundation (alias The Light Foundation – TLF) is a non-governmental and not-for-profit organization conceptualized in 2003 and registered in 2010 as an Incorporated Trustee at the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC/IT/No. 31199). The Light Foundation envisions a world without discomfort and has a mission to make sustainable impact in communities through the empowerment of individuals and families. The Light Foundationis the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of The 555 Group.

The Light Foundation has four (4) thematic areas and implemented through projects, to wit:

  • Poverty Alleviation Program (PAP): Breadwinner Project and Helping Hand Project
  • Entrepreneurial Development Program (EDP): Project 555
  • Career and Employability Program (CEP): Project 3600
  • Social Change Program (SCP): Project WARM (War Against Rape and Molestation), and Christmas Outreach Project.

The Adopt-A-Camp initiative is a new project under the ‘Social Change Program.’




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