MARKETING EDGE presents gift items to Mother Teresa Orphanage Home

It’s the season of love and MARKETING EDGE believes that the essence of life is love. To demonstrate this, Nigeria’s foremost marketing publications has consistently for ten good years, been providing support and extending its arms of love to orphanages within Lagos State as a fulfilment of its corporate social responsibility during Christmas celebrations. This impactful and noble gesture has been keeping hope alive in the lives of the less privileged in the society, and many orphanages are benefiting from it.

Specifically, amazing product supports came from various world leading brands such as Friesland Campina WAMCO, who supplied several cartons of Peak Yoghurt and Peak Evaporated Milk, Hayat Kimya, supported with many cartons of its flagship products, Molfix Diapers, while delicious and yummy Eat’N’Go, a franchisee of Domino’s Pizza, supported by donating packs of pizza for the charity initiative.

The products donated by these great brands were received by MARKETING EDGE’s Deputy General Manager(Marketing), Ogechi Odigbo, and she appreciated the various companies for supporting MARKETING EDGE’s unique initiative.

The visioneer and brain behind the orphanage initiative, the Publisher /CEO, MARKETING EDGE, John Ajayi, while commending the support, said: “Our sincere appreciation goes to our corporate partners for supporting our initiative to provide for the orphanage. Orphanages are facing a lot of difficulties to finance their operations at this critical period of our economy.”

He continued: “Through the years, our company has built a strong legacy on giving back to the society. We are glad that many corporate brands have joined the train to support the little initiative we started many years ago.

“So, this year’s edition is not different as more and more companies have keyed in to say – MARKETING EDGE, ‘we are in this together, because it is a worthy project’.”

Large and prominent companies have demonstrated their support, and these are brands like Dulfil Nigeria Limited, makers of Indomie Noodles, who supported with many cartons of Indomie; Coca-Cola Nigeria Bottling Company gave cartons of pet bottles of Coca-Cola drink; Hayat Kimya gave large size cartons of Nordic Diapers; Friesland Campina WAMCO  donated several cartons of Peak Yoghurt and Peak Evaporated Milk; The La Casera Company donated cartons of La Casera Apple drinks and the just newly added drink, called Bold’, while Eat’N’Go, a franchisee of Domino’s Pizza also donated packs of pizza and a bag of rice, all for the 2020 edition of the annual MARKETING EDGE’s Orphanage  Christmas Celebration Initiative.

The items donated this year were received by Reverend Sister Maria Elias who represented Treasure of love Missionaries of Charity Orphanage Children’s Home, Alapere, Ketu, Lagos. She appreciated the MARKETING EDGE team, while desiring it as timely relief to the orphanage home. She also highlighted on lack of adequate medical care, education and finance as some of the s challenges facing the orphanage. The Reverend Sister called on well-spirited Nigerians to emulate the footsteps of MARKETING EDGE, while thanking the company and its supporters for making the children to experience the true meaning of Christmas.

Management of MARKETING EDGE Publications Ltd promises to continue to touch lives positively through its CSR drive while promoting the brand idea which is its core corporate value.

Photo caption – L-R: General Manager, Strategy/Business Development, MARKETING EDGE PUBLICATIONS LIMITED, Mojisola Oluwa-Matesun; Deputy General Manager, Marketing, Ogechi Odigbo; Attendant, Mother Teresa Orphanage Home, Rev. Sister Maria Elias; Chief Operating Officer, MARKETING EDGE PUBLICATIONS LIMITED, Amos Oladele and the company’s General Manager, Marketing, Anietie Udoh, during the yearly presentation of gift items and products to Mother Teresa Orphanage Home, Ketu  by the leading marketing & advertising-focused magazine as part of the company’s charity initiative and funfest in line with the Yuletide celebrations in Lagos yesterday.


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