OUR OUTREACHES

Fountain Initiative for Social Development (FISD) is a not-for-profit social enterprise, established in 2014. It provides professional services to stimulate necessary development in underprivileged communities.

FISD works to enhance quality and affordable education; promote entrepreneurship and employability among youths.

FISD operates in a challenging economic environment. According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Nigeria’s unemployment rate rose from 14.2% to 18.8% in 2017. Additionally, the quality of the country’s educational system has deteriorated and there is a lack of sufficient investment to meet the burgeoning school-age population These challenges affect the long-term social development and growth of the country.

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Grace Spring Rehabilitation Home (GSRH) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that offers hope and a future to the vulnerable.

Grace Springs Rehabilitation Home (GSRH) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded by Pastor Taiwo Odukoya, the Senior Pastor of The Fountain of Life Church in 2002, to rescue Children from the hazardous street life.

Vision:
To be the reference point in rehabilitation, reconciliation and intervention for street children and young adults.

Mission:
To create a healthy home environment for street children and young adults with a view to rehabilitate and reconcile them with their families as well as making them responsible citizens.

Email:

gracespringshome@tfolc.org

The Lord’s Kitchen (an arm of the Hope Centre) is an outreach of the Fountain of Life Church where we reach out to the underprivileged by providing them with food as well as feeding their souls spiritually. As an outreach, we are designed to be an example of Christ, showing his love and compassion.

The Kitchen’s main aim is to gather souls into the kingdom of Christ through the provision of food for the poor and needy. We serve the poor and downtrodden. Others served are known as the “working poor”; they have some of the skills necessary to survive but are limited by income, education, and available resources. Many hold jobs that pay less than the minimum wage or are employed in seasonal work that is not available to them through an entire year. Sadly, food is often a “luxury item” for these families. They may be able to pay rent and manage with their utilities, but their meagre budgets do not adequately provide for simple necessities such as food.

The kitchen is open daily and serves one cooked meal a day between the hours of 10.30am and 12 noon. The kitchen also supports families (members of the church) with raw food materials sufficient for a month to feed a family of four.

Our Goal:
To uplift people and give them a better sense of worth
Purpose:  
To shower the abundant love of Christ on the less privileged
spiritually and physically through the provision of food.

Long and Short Term Objectives:
The Kitchen seeks to:

    • Share the love of Christ with the less privileged
    • Be a resource for the homeless, physically and mentally challenged, elderly, lonely and poor in Lagos, providing free hot meals and creating a sense of belonging and community
    • Aid the poor and needy children and families through the provision of food baskets which will last a month for households
    • Improve services being provided by giving provisions once a month in addition to serving cooked food daily

Improve services being provided by giving provisions once a month in addition to serving cooked food daily

Nidus Aquilae Hospital (Formerly Grace Springs medical Centre) is an independent multi-specialist hospital established 14 years ago to provide excellent and affordable medical services. Since inception, we have consistently introduced state-of-the-art medical technologies and advances, ensuring that our patients have an experience comparable to what is obtainable anywhere in the world. We recently had a re-investment, restructuring and rebranding exercise towards positioning us as a leader in health care delivery.
At Nidus Aquilae Hospital, we treat our patients with integrity, passion and compassion, putting them at the centre of our processes and procedures. We recognize that each patient is unique, with intrinsic needs which are emphasized in our treatment and care delivery. Our doctors and specialists have a unique collaborative approach that allows them to create individualized treatment plans based on each patient’s overall medical needs.
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In January 2014, The Hope Centre emerged as a result of the merger of two charity related departments of TFOLC, Dorcas Department and The Lord’s kitchen. The centre went through many ideas for a more suitable name that would symbolise the centre as it is today. Eventually, members of the merged department came up with the name “Hope Centre”.

The Hope Centre is a department of The Fountain of Life Church (FOLC) which is committed to assisting firstly vulnerable members of the church with their basic needs and also our community by attending to the basic needs of its vulnerable citizens. We offer encouragement and inspiration to disadvantaged people and their families preserving their sense of dignity and purpose. Our focal scripture is Galatians 6:10 “

We provide a continuum of services and support to individuals and families who are struggling with poverty-related issues. We give hope to people who have fallen on hard times and need extensive support and encouragement to rebuild their lives. The LORDS KITCHEN is an integral part of the Centre.

Goal:
To uplift people and give them a better sense of worth

Vision: To be the arm of God in this world of need and lack bringing hope, effecting change, touching lives and families one at a time

Our core values: GRACE
These core values define the Hope Centre and serve as our guiding principles.

Godliness
We value a total dependence on God’s word, a growing love for God and His word and a serious commitment to prayer. Members of the department are committed to praying in the spirit with all kinds of prayers (Eph 6:18) as well as reading, confessing, meditating and doing the word.

Respect
The department recognises that furthering its mission is dependent on mutual respect amongst members, staff, volunteers, our recipients, supporters, and the wider community. We seek to develop and nurture partnerships, working together, helping one another, valuing and learning from one another and sharing responsibility.

Accountability and Integrity
The department operates in an open, honest and simple manner in the way we interact with one another, our recipients, our volunteers, our supporters and all with whom we come into contact. We endeavour to operate in a straightforward and uncomplicated manner based on respect and trust and listening with open hearts. Staff and members are expected to take responsibility for their action and their conduct must reflect the highest ethical standards.
Compassion Department members and staff are kind and considerate, and show concern for the well-being of others especially recipients

Equity
We relate with all in a manner that is fair and unbiased