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                                                      About Us

Vessel of God charity Foundation was incorporated in 2014 and is also a registered member of the Nigeria network of NGOs.

Vessel of God Charity Foundation is a private charity foundation committed to care for the hopeless and the helpless by supporting education and primary health within and outside its environment.


Vessel of God Charity Foundation vision is to help the helpless and restore hope to the hopeless especially the orphans. (ISAIAH 58:5-7).


Our mission is to reach out to the helpless and hopeless in our immediate environment and outside our environment as God enabled sharing the love of Jesus Christ with them and making available resources like education, skills acquisition, foods, medication, medicine, clothing and other amenities of life.

                 OUR OBJECTIVES

  • To share the gospel of Christ.
  • To build orphanage homes and feed the orphans
  • Offer scholarship to the less privilege at various level of education.
  • Provide free medication for the sick.
  • Offer scholarship at various education level to the less privilege.
  • Proffer various skills acquisition to empower the less privilege such as baking, soap making, tailoring and so on.
  • Hire trainers that will provide relevant skills for the less privilege and widows.
  • Provide food items to feed the hungry.
  • Provide clothing, shoes, and other essentials for the hopeless.

“The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others will be the beginning of a happier life for ourselves.” – Helen Keller


Sarah Emmanuel – a girl picked from hawking on the street with a strong desire to go to school. VGCF enrolled her back to school from basic 7 and presently a student of University Abia studying accounting.
Sarah Emmanuel
VGCF Education Beneficiary
Sarah Emmanuel – before we picked her.
Sarah Emmanuel
Derin Amode was supported by VGCF to pay her tuition fees into University of Ilorin where she is presently studying computer science.
Derin Amode
VGCF Education Beneficiary
Dare Adesanya was supported by VGCF to pay his tuition fee into Higher Diploma in Yaba College of Technology where he graduated as an accounting student
Dare Adesanya
VGCF Education Beneficiary
Emmanuel Ezeigwe was supported by VGCF to pay his tuition fees into Obafemi Awolowo where he graduated with BSc in English Langauge.
Emmanuel Ezeigwe
VGCF Education Beneficiary
Destiny Amode was one of the VGCF who was helped to gain admission into Queens College and the tuition fees paid by VGCF. She is presently writing her final exams and her dream is to become a medical doctor.
We want to give more scholarship
Destiny Amode
VGCF Education Beneficiary
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