It has been exactly two weeks since the third edition of Leaving Prints On Hearts and we are excited to let you know that we had a great time on the 29th of June 2019. We were in 6 locations across Nigeria (Lagos, Ondo, Ogbomoso, Ile-ife and Calabar) and The Gambia. LPOH couldn’t hold at Ibadan due to some issues that came up at the last minute. … More Update From LPOH 3.0 in 6 Locations + Financial Report
This edition will be one like never before, as it will involve both location-specific and individual outreaches! This means you can be a part of this even if you are outside any of our active locations. … More LPOH 3.0 | Community Outreach with a Difference!
It’s not necessarily through material gifts that we can touch a life; material gifts will be exhausted someday but an act of kindness will never be forgotten. So, in all of our dealings with others, let us leave prints on hearts. … More How Do You Leave Prints On Hearts?
The first edition of Leaving Prints On Hearts was held last year, on the 24th of June 2017 in Four locations including Lagos, Ogbomoso, Ile-Ife Nigeria and The Gambia. This time, we added an extra location, Ondo, which made it five. … More Report From LPOH 2.0 in 5 Locations
TMO is deliberate and consistent. I have learned to be consistent, to be conscious that young ones are growing and they would love to look up to me someday. … More How I Started Leaving Prints On Hearts Consciously
Our outreach was held on Saturday, 24th June 2017 as announced earlier. Only God can be praised for the amazing turnout and the success of all four locations. … More Review of Our Outing- Leaving prints On Hearts
In celebration of our first year anniversary, we’ll be having an outreach. It’s our first, and we’re trusting God to show up as always. It’s about us (teenagers) reaching out to others, to tell them about Christ and also share some gifts… … More Let’s Leave Prints On Hearts This Saturday, 24th June!
Ebunoluwa is a very brilliant girl, she is known for fighting justice in school. Being an active member of the Press club in her school, she has represented the school in several inter school debate. Ebun has looked for a way to eradicate sexual harassment, bullying, and theft in her school. Her school is a … More Ebunoluwa, The Girl Who Fought For Others
You are not too young to impact lives. God has blessed every individual with diverse gifts, values and talents that others can benefit from. A word of advice and encouragement to a brother, sister or friend goes a long way in influencing their lives. A word of encouragement to your parents when they are down … More Am I Too Young to Impact Lives?