Providing educational aid
to homeless children on the streets of rural communities in Nigeria.
The Potter’s Children Global Foundation (PCG), is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation which caters for underprivileged children (education, food, health-care, etc). PCG was founded and registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in 2017. It all began when two individuals (co-founders) recognised the need to cater for underprivileged children living in the rural communities of Nigeria. This stemmed from the many children they saw hawking on the streets during school hours, the brilliant kids who were dropping out of schools, the cries of indigent parents who could not clear the medical bills of their ailing children, the wails of hungry and homeless children in the rural villages of Gwagwalada, Abuja.
Medical Bills Cleared
Street Kids taken back to school
We make a diffrence by staying committed to our cause.
This scheme is an on-going one as it requires the constant outlook for children who do not attend school because of poverty, school dropouts, children hawking on the streets during school hours, etc.Learn more
Gleeful Fighters is a health project of our organisation which has had just two editions in 2018 and 2020 in the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital Gwagwalada, Abuja. Thorough the project,Learn more
This project has had two editions at the same venue. It is an acronym for Glee, Entertainment and Reform. This project is held annually on the 27th of May to commemorate International Children’s Day...Learn more
This is an annual project which is held during the Valentine’s day period in February and/or during the festive Christmas/New Year period in December/January...Learn more
You are all that is missing to make a greater difference
PCG provides free yearly and termly academic scholarships and other educational aids to indigent schooling children. We also enrol out-of-school children such as drop-outs, hawkers, other children engaged in child labour during school hours.
We provide reliefs and palliatives to hospitalised children and their guardians. These include oﬀsetting medical bills of the patients, distribution of toiletries, beverages, snacks, giving words of encouragement, prayers, etc.
We have had several other projects such as food drives, e.g. PCG Feed A Child project (a food drive for almajiris who live on the streets), etc.
At several intervals, PCG provides relief materials in form of food, clothing and money to indigent families and children from donations made, and in response to genuine appeals for succour. For example, the 2020 PCG Covid-19 Relief Initiative (through which we gifted palliatives two indigent families in the heat of the pandemic), etc.
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Gleeful Fighters is a PCG health/medical aid project through which we offset medical bills of the ho...Read More +
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"I have had the opportunity to volunteer with Potter's Children Global (PCG) Foundation a number of times. They provide scholarships, clothing and other essentials to children. They are devoted, goal-oriented and transparent"
It is a platform through which I can be of service to mankind. Not only that, because of PCGF, I have grown, built a strong network with people of like-minds. I have fostered bonds and strengthened valuable relationships. If not for PCGF, I wouldn’t have accomplished many feats that I have. One thing I can say about PCGF is that it’s not just a name or a cover up for something sinister. It is truly, sincerely focused on catering for the less-privileged kids and at the centre of the foundation, it hopes to make life a lot better for these children.
Volunteering with the PCG gave me an insight into the state of the underprivileged children in Nigeria. Their vision to help support children through school and some of life's basic challenges has put a smile on the faces of a good number of underprivileged kids. I am always thrilled at the opportunity to volunteer with the foundation in fulfilling its core values. Indeed, I believe we can heal the world one child at a time, only if we try.
There are millions of vulnerable children in the rural needing your donation to give their lives a meaning. Your donation will make a difference in the life of someone.Donate Now