Acts of Charity

Material Goods

This includes clothing, blankets, hygiene products, household items, and other tangible goods that can directly improve the living conditions of those in need. Just to mention; Pampers, sanitary towels, clothes, Stationery items, shoes, Toys, charcoal, school bags, socks, Televisions etc. Remember if you can't feed a hundred people, feed just one.


Sponsoring a child's education, healthcare expenses, or basic needs can have a transformative impact on their lives, providing them with opportunities for a brighter future.


Donations of non-perishable food items, fresh produce, and meals provide essential nourishment to individuals and families facing hunger or food insecurity.


Beyond monetary donations, adopting a child from a shelter or sponsoring the care of a child in need reflects a commitment to improving the lives of the unfortunate in our society.

Financial Support:

Monetary donations remain a cornerstone of charitable giving, providing DHF with the resources needed to sustain their operations, implement programs, and reach more individuals in need.

Labour Force

Volunteering time and expertise can be just as valuable as monetary donations. This may involve participating in community clean-up efforts, offering professional skills such as medical care, or teaching workshops to empower individuals with new skills.


Professionals can contribute their specialized knowledge and skills to support nonprofits and charitable organizations in areas such as marketing, fundraising, IT support, or strategic planning. They can also mentor various children who want to pursue careers on their area's of expertise and give them hope for a better future

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