Officials of RCCG's His Love Foundation Photo: The News

RCCG’s charity impacts 130m people, donates Dialysis Centre to Ogun Government

*His Love Foundation reveals it is donating a full-fledged Dialysis Centre located at Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu, to the Ogun State Government 

Alexander Davis | ConsumerConnect

Sequel to its impacting over 130 million people and spending N18.4billion on a series of its Christian Social Responsibility (CSR), His Love Foundation (HLF), the charity arm of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) ), Sunday, July 25, 2021, announced the launch of a new crowdfunding campaign.

The HLF said the fresh crowdfunding campaign in meant to raise and dispense funds to deepen its initiatives, spread, and broaden the level of impacts in benefiting millions of Nigerians that are in desperate and dire needs, The News report said.

In Nigeria, the RCCG in the last three years was said to have expended more than N18.4billion on various CSR activities, while impacting over 130 million people in its 43,000 operating centres spread over the 36 states of the Federation, according to report.

Hemodialysis machines in a hospital   Photo: Kidneyfund.Org

The funding to be raised, report noted, will be used to support His Love Foundation’s efforts at addressing a wide variety of in-the-moment, on-the-ground needs in six specific areas of health, education, feeding, social enterprise, rehabilitation and prisons at the local, state, national and international level.

Pastor Idowu Iluyomade, Intercontinental Overseer of CSR at RCCG, while taking members of the press community through the strides of the foundation stated that, “CSR is a matter of life and death and the church has committed itself to give succour in 6 specific areas of health, education, feeding, social enterprise, rehabilitation and prisons, so this crowdfunding campaign provides an incredible opportunity for individuals, philanthropists and corporations to take part in ameliorating the suffering of people across the world especially in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic.”

Iluyomade stated: “There are a wide variety of urgent demands where government support will not be available at all or available in time to meet all the rapidly-changing needs on the ground, hence the need for donations from individuals, philanthropists and corporations to fill critical gaps and make a tremendous difference.

“We, therefore, need to bring our resources together, so that we can make a tremendous impact.”

According to him, HLF has entered into partnerships with four insurance companies in Nigeria to offer one-year free Accident Insurance Policy to partners who make lump sum donations of N12,000 or more at once.

According to Iluyomade, the insurance partners are Axa Mansard, Leadway Assurance Company Limited, Veritas Kapital and Cornerstone Insurance.

The policy, he noted, provides a worldwide cover on 24-hour basis and pays prompt compensation in the event of injuries, disability or death caused solely by accident, external and visible events such as road accidents, Motorcycle and Tricycle (Keke NAPEP) risks are covered, however, power bikes or bikes used for racing are excluded.

Meanwhile, to commemorate the 3rd Anniversary of His Love Foundation and 69th Annual Convention of the RCCG, the CSR Overseer said the Foundation would be donating a full-fledged Dialysis Centre to be named Enoch and Folu Adeboye Dialysis Centre located at Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu, to the Ogun State Government.

The Enoch and Folu Adeboye Dialysis Unit in Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu to be donated will have 3 units of Dialysis Machines, a Medical Water Reserve Osmosis Purification System and 30KVA generator.

This donation will be the 16th in the series of specialised medical interventions – Intensive Care Units (ICU)/Dialysis Centres/Cancer Screening Centre/Primary Healthcare Centres – donated by His Love Foundation in the country, report added.

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