Life saving Soap by Temitope Adewoye

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Bridget Hilton the 26 old Co-founder of jack’s soap founded in 2011 with the goal of saving life’s through soap. Bridget Hilton the founder of Jack’s Soap could not live with this statistics in mind so she took action and over a period of three months, she created and launched a for-profit company that donates soaps to children in need, for every bar of soap sold.

                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To ensure the perpetuation of good hygienic practices, Jack’s doesn’t just donate the soaps but also educates the recipients about the importance of good hygiene. These luxurious soaps are made with organic ingredients, use recycled packaging materials, and are vegan and cruelty free–making them both PETA and USDA approved

Connect;

Jack’s Soap Website: www.JacksSoap.com

Jack’s Soap on Facebook: www.facebook.com/jacksoap

Jack’s Soap on Twitter; @JackSoap

Bridget Hilton on Linkedin; http://www.Linkedin.com/in/BridgetHilton

 

 

 

Slum2School

Meet Otto Orandaam a young vibrant Nigerian who facilitates the Slum2School project; a scheme that gives scholarships to kids that have never being to school.

Last year 118 Children who live in Makoko Slum in Lagos Nigeria were given scholarships to start school

Be part of the hope chain as Slum2School project continues its 12 days fund drive to give 200 children an opportunity to be true leaders of tomorrow

It costs N30,000(Thirty Thousand Naira Only) to sponsor a child for a year and N6,000,000(Six Million Naira) to train 200 children. There are 234 volunteers championing Slum2School currently.

Follow Slum2School on twitter; @Slum2School

or send a mail to Slum2School@gmail.com for more inquiries.

Do well to check Slum2school blog: http://www.communityimpactng.wordpress.com