Revisit Case….Annabel Inorin how her story began and how it en

(Don’t worry this isn’t a scam all of my information came from a good friend of mine)

Annabel Iron. Let me cast your minds back when I introduced you to her back in July/August 2017. I just wanted to refresh your memory why theses children need your help. At the time Annabel was 11 year old little girl; who looked like a normal little from Nigeria, she is a normal little girl but suffered from “Arrhythmias” yet she didn’t really have much of a life due to this horrible disease that effected her heart. She couldn’t do anything like any other child her age without fallen tired or become very sick. The fact that she was fighting it without any medical care or medication that could help her cope with it.

At the time of her being alive she didn’t have the right equipment or the right medication to be given the have a normal life. Annabel had to continue throughout the night and rely on the hand and foot by the hospital staff and her parents. Knowing that someone like Annabel who is suffering with “Arrhythmias” could pass away at anytime; due to the fact that they don’t have the right equipment and medical attention that they need throughout the day, to which they are missing out on having a normal life and not having to worry about her life wouldn’t be life threatening everyday but also to meet new people and be able to play with friends. However between 31st July – 6th August 2017 Annabel had passed away in her sleep with her family around her. The doctors and nurses tried everything to make her feel comfortable as much as possible but due to lack of equipment and medical care that they didn’t have at the time. Her tiny little 11 year old body couldn’t keep on fighting for much longer.
I have a huge respect for her family, her parents, her doctors and her nurses who have tried everything to help her feel comfortable and help her to be positive about everything. Even with all the odds were stacking up against them all. Trust me I’ve been working with special needs children from the age 21 until present still working with them.

I’ve seen first hand of children like Annabel coming and going with so many medical equipment that they need, medication that they need due to the health conditions. They are lucky in the U.K. that they have good health system that they depend on because you would never know each day to the next what will happen. The day I was told the news of Annabel passing it had truly hit home because I knew what it was like working with someone like Annabel.

All I can say is if you can find your heart to support a child who has a medical condition or a disability in the U.K. or your country; you can branch out a little to get some medical equipment and medication that they need in Nigeria, all I’m asking is to give a little amount that you can give by donating to this link below. That covers everything from the cases you read.

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rufflescarebear

Revisit Case….Famlies in need of help with school things

Don’t worry this isn’t a scam all of my information came from a good friend of mine)

There are four children who use the foundation for other usage for the money such as money that provides school clothes and school equipment that they need to use everyday. You have Jackson age 7, Tobe age 7, the twins Theresa and Tony age 6. Their parents didn’t know where to go to ask for help or come to help them like our system that helps us gain money to buy school equipment and school clothes for our children.

The foundation in Nigeria helps not just for the children in the home but also to help the children who also would like to attend to school to learn. So each child’s parents had an idea/been recommended by a someone; that we also work along side parents to help them by providing them their school fees, to which we find that they are now going to school and to be able to follow their dreams. Due to the generosity of the donations that’s been coming in to help them.

There are so many families that want what’s best for their children like our four awesome stars that took part in this type of story. Every child has a dream and every parent want to see their child succeed in schools and go off to see the world as their parents couldn’t achieve their goals at the time that they were that age.

In aid of helping like Jackson, Tobe, Theresa and Toby is by helping by donating no matter how much to Ruffles Care Bear who is the mascot of this blog who loves to looking after children to make them feel better.

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rufflescarebear

Revisit case of….: Taiya and Kehinde Adventure

(Don’t worry this isn’t a scam all of my information came from a good friend of mine) 



You think your whole world is normal or think your whole world could be upside down just one tiny little thing. Yet what happens if your just 8 or 5 years old witnessing your parents get murdered on your door step? That’s what happened to these two brothers who’s whole world just turned upside down.

The eldest brother didn’t have time to think about what happened; it was what’s going to happen next if the murders found them, and where they going to be killed too. He had to get his brother out of the most dangerous and frightening place.
Taiya is 8 years old and his brother Kehinda is now 6 years old. These two brave heroes who kept each other alive; from witnessing their family in a community fight to their family home burnt to the ground. At the time that this was happening Taiya was at 8 years old and Kehinda was 5 years old; Taiya has to persuade his younger brother to come with him because it was no longer safe for them to be there anymore, but also Taiya was also the only living family he had left that could protect him and find somewhere to live to be safe from any danger that may come their way.
One day Taiya had seen an on coming van that was going to Asba; as it had stopped they sneaked onto the bus without being caught, as they had arrived at Asba and sneaking off the van.

They tried to ask people for help. However they just completely ignored them and carried on doing their daily chores; despite how hard Taiya and Kehinda’s hard work in asking for people’s help, they were drawing to hunger and tired by that stage but weren’t given up. Yet a friendly and kind gentleman of whom had been watching them for awhile had came up to Taiya; explained that he had thought he was doing a marvellous job of looking after his brother, even if they both witnessed a horrific murder and coming all this way to get help.
The gentleman explained that it was his turn to look after them because he knew a place that they can stay as long as they want, along the way he explained that Ofuobi Foundation Home is for children who are in need and they can both stay together as one family unit along with meeting with new people. Taiya can also can be himself and grieve along side with his brother with the support and care that the foundation gives out.
They stay in contact with the friendly gentlemen who had helped them; I believe that they wanted to give something back to him, by showing him that they can grow up as two fine handsome men. Getting their story out there to share with the world what they had to endure as young children; from one nice civilian that they came across, they want to try the world who may help even more by donating no matter how much they can afford.

In aid of helping like Taiya and Kehinda is by helping by donating no matter how much to Ruffles Care Bear who is the mascot of this blog who loves to looking after children to make them feel better.

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rufflescarebear


Revisit Case of…..: Sunday age 9

(Don’t worry this isn’t a scam all of my information came from a good friend of mine)


Remember back in August 2017 I was given a case to write about a child who had lost both parents in one week due to lack of money to pay for medical bills. Oh good I just wanted to revisit his story for you all and why you should donate for these kids.
On 6th August 2017 Sunday was brought into a foundation home that has set up back in February 2017 and its coming up to a year this year of being opened in Asaba in Nigeria. Sunday was brought in by a family doctor who knew Sunday as he was there both times when both of Sunday’s parents had passed away.
“I am the family doctor who brought

Sunday into Ofuobi Foundation Home on Sunday 6th August 2017. I was there both times witnessing his parents passing away. In the picture when this was taken he was anxious, scared, frightened and emotionless. Since then he has started to open up and gaining the confidence to do so when I have visited” – The Doctor
Courtesy of the doctor who had brought him in that day; it’s every child’s worse nightmare losing one parent but loosing both parents at the same time, you can only think of one thing. Is wrap them up in bubble wrap and take care of them. His whole world had completely been turned upside down; he spent his first Christmas at the home alone without sharing it with his parents, that must of brought back memories for him that day and the new year.
Between 6th July – 31st July 2017 Sunday had just lost both his parents in that same week as other; his father was very sick at the time to which there was nothing that anyone could do for him, as there was no money coming at all because he was sick and so was his wife.

Since Sunday’s father had passed he didn’t know that his wife was going to join him in heaven leaving their only son behind; until 2 days later his wife had passed away, how would you feel at age 9 years old witnessing both of your parents die in front of you?
Upsetting of course you would. You would start blaming yourself for their death and think it’s all your fault they are dead. It’s natural for a child to blame themselves when they don’t understand the whole world works at that age and how to defend themselves. The Doctor took it in his stride to take

Sunday into his family home and join his family for a few days; so that he wouldn’t be left out on the streets but knowing that he would be safe, care for and look over him when the doctor looked for a place for him to stay and be more safe with friends and people who understand his needs.
Somebody like Sunday still has a long way to go with the donations that he can learn new skills, go to school, and everything that a child can have in life. Weather it’s small amount or large amount it will be great.
How to donate 
To be able to donate money to someone like Sunday please follow the link below and you will find his story on there too.

Please also help by sharing with your friends and families in making them aware of what’s happening around them but also to donate money to the good cause.

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/rufflescarebear 

Day 17 Of 30 Days Challenge for Autumn: Alzheimers Society Charity

Alzheimer/dementia to me is horrible because seeing someone close to me living with it; having carers helping to look after them whilst looking after my other ill grandparent well keeping an eye on them, ideally looking after the one who needs it the most but at the end of the day they both need looking after.

Yet what’s the best part is that they always catch you out by saying something that you don’t expect them to say or do; but on the other hand it is worrying at the best of times when they do something extremely dangerous, and they don’t remember doing it at all. Let me explain what Alzheimer’s mean.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. Dementia describes itself a set of symptoms which includes memory loss, difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These types of systems can occur when the brain is damaged by certain diseases which include Alzheimer’s Disease.

The disease is named after a doctor who has first described it was called Alois Alzheimer to which is a physical disease that affects the brain. There are more than 520,000 people in the UK with the disease. During the course of the disease, proteins build up in the brain to form structures called ‘plaques’ and ‘tangles’. Which leads to the loss of connections between nerve cells and eventually to the death of the nerve cells and loss of the brain tissues.

People who have Alzheimer’s can also have a shortage of some important chemicals in their brain. These chemicals are messengers to help to transmit signals around the brain. Where there is a shortage of them the signals are not easily transmitted to be able to come effectively as they use to be.

To find out more information about Alzheimer’s please click the link below.

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/info/20007/types_of_dementia/2/alzheimers_disease

Sunday Special- Our Cases, Our Stories, Our Voices – Can’t afford School Fees

(The fact that I haven't made my good morning Sunday Special Post for this week I've decided to use Sentebaleblogs post just help me out a bit. Just to cover my arse really. Haha not literally guys; just been a paperwork weekend, and I have s new system for Sentebaleblogs I thought hey why not try it out with the lizzysweeklyblogs. Well we all know how that went didn't we? As you have worked out what I'm like on here. Yep compete utter mayhem. Anyways I'll let the kids do the talking now not me. Chow for now)

"Young lives who’s family has no money to send their children to school." – Sentebaleblogs
“I'm Jackson age 7 on the right looking rather cool and really? Really do I have to have my photo taken? Question face along with Ekure really? I rather hide away”
“I'm Tobe I'm 6 years old I will be 7 in December. If my parents didn't come to the home for help I'll just be looking at the pictures and no idea where places are. Fortunately for me I got that chance to change my life. Oh I'm the one next to Jackson reading supposed to be”
“I'm Theresa who's sitting next to Tobe and my annoying funny twin brother Tony who's invading my space as normal. I'm 5 years old I'll be turn 6 in November yet I'll be sharing it with Tony’
“I'm Tony. I'm also 5 and be turning 6 in November along with my twin Theresa; I'm the most outgoing out of the two of us, as you can see in the picture and I am the most cheesiest but I have this special connection if there's something wrong with Theresa I would feel it too. But also she has that special super power too.”
To the start every parent worst nightmare is not being able to provide, support, or even give their children the best start in life. That's what happened to these lovely children; there parents couldn't afford the school fees as it was too expensive for them to pay for the material, uniform and many more. Yet for these awesome guys they are going to school because their parents came to us for help; we've given them the life time of having the best start, achieve the goals that they want to achieve.
Their parents quick thinking and no who to come to for help. We worked with their parents to proved their school fees; to which now they are going to school everyday to be able to learn, and to succeed in life that they want to be when they grow up. There are so many families like our four stars that need our help to get their children into schools to achieve what their parents couldn't achieve.

“See…we need help just to go to school otherwise we end up not being able to read or write or even achieve our dreams of what we want to do in life.” – Promise
“Without your help by donating as much as you can we are able to go to school; meet new friends, learn and a sense of where to belong in the world. If you can donate either through the donate page or through Western Union please follow the links and etc that are listed down below”. – John
How to donate:
Western Union: email us on sentebaleblogsnigeria@outlook.com with subject of Donations Via Western Union. We need your full name, address, email address so we can confirm to you we have picked it up and the reference number.
Just Giving: to donate via Paypal or by card follow this link here https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/sentablenigeria
Go Raise: love a spot of shopping why not go to go raise which you will find your favourite stores along with their donations that they send to us. https://www.goraise.co.uk/sentebale-nigeria-children-our-cases-our-stories-our-voices/

Calling out to all businesses and local business

Calling out to all businesses from the back and beyond, don’t forget local business in Guildford and surrounding areas of my hometown. 

Calling out to all businesses from the back and beyond, don’t forget local business in Guildford and surrounding areas of my hometown. I would like to ask you to help donate and retweet this blog to your fellow business friends, clients and all of the galore. Think I’m starting to sound big headed all well got to advertise one way or another haven’t I; by throwing in my amazing skills of dry sense of humour into the works of things, the reason why I want to reach out to you awesome people is because I have been assigned to this mammoth task of helping a charity called Sentebale but only just one area of West Africa and the country that I am based of helping is Nigeria. 

In Nigeria there children who are out there who need your help, be their voices, and your love. The charity has only set the foundation in Nigeria barely six months of this year (2017), they literally have nothing to help the children to read, write or learn knew skills that will equip them for life. My offer is too is this. If you help us to raise the funds to be able to get things up and running. We will be able to help train the children who can learn new skills; how money works, how long it takes them to make the projects and most importantly know that with the money of each product that they make gets sold. The money will go back to them through the charity; if this sounds right up your street by helping the children, to provide for themselves and to achieve positive goals. 

Let me tell you the story of what their life is like out there along side quotes from one of the countries that has been founded by Sentebale already. You may need tissues or a shoulder to cry on when you read this.

Story of Nigeria and the children who need our help

Nigeria is a country that nestled itself in the middle of Benin which boarders which is the West of Nigeria; in the East you will find Chad and Cameroon, in the North is Niger and in the South lays the coast of Gulf of Guninea which is facing out to the Atlantic Ocean. Nigeria is actually known as Federal Republic of Nigeria; it is also referred to as the ‘Giant of Africa’ owing to the population and economy, as it is the most popular country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. 

Nigeria has also been known to one of the most population of youths in the world; along with approximately 188 million inhabitants in the country alone, the fact that this is a well known and popular country to go to. However I would like to take you down to behind the scenes of the reason why I want you to come, read and donate. 

The fact is in Nigeria no one really talks about the needy, the homeless and the orphans in the country. There are children who have witness loosing their parents to HIV right before their eyes; there are some children who don’t even know that they have contracted the disease, or even been passed down from their parents until they get tested and some come back with positives.

Children become homeless due to being rejected from their families, their communities, or even when they eat with other children at school the teachers think that they are going to pass it on to other students. Children from all ages do not understand how or why they are being treated as an out cast to everyone. There are some children who cannot finish their education due to the fact that their families or friends cannot afford the uniform, materials or even worst luck is to looking after their other siblings due to the fact that no one else can due to their parents or any other family members passing away from HIV. 

As I was watching a few youtube video clips for research and etc for this page; I have picked out a few stories from three different generations one from a 9 year old, a teenager and a nurse. Why not read on; see for yourself how they manage to cope with having HIV, along with a nurse who is helping one of the children today. Please bare this in mind that; these are real life stories that I’m talking to you about, along with their ages may have changed since I have taken on this role.

Children/nurses in Lesotho have come to tell their story (when it was documented at the time). Here are their stories of how they deal with it all. First story quote is being told by Mots’ Eliso Motaung from Lesotho “My name is Mots’ Eliso Motaung. I am 9 years old. It’s terrible living with HIV. I never tell anyone that I have HIV’ 

The second story quote is from a teen (I didn’t really catch the her name) but this is her story. “When I was young I got sick, I didn’t feel good about myself. People didn’t like me playing with their children. At school I wasn’t allowed to eat from the same plate as them because they said I would infect the others. I was very upset. I wondered why me? What have I done that makes me different from other children” 

Third story is where a nurse who knows the teen’s background and this is what she had said “she was very young only 6 years old and she didn’t understand what was happening. I think HIV was stigmatised because people didn’t understand it. HIV is the same as any other disease and we’re now able to treat it, and get better.’ 

That’s just one country tackling the HIV that has effected the children no matter what; this is what we want to do in Nigeria to be able to tackle the needy, the homeless and Orphans that have been effected in this way by the terrible disease. One volunteer that I have asked what is it like in the home that he works in he replied ‘It’s fun (working with the children) Nigeria is a place of fun. Different kids with different talents and when a volunteer worker see’s a new kid, they start to wonder, what does this kid have now?’

We want to raise money to be able to help us to buy enough materials that can produce enough to be able to products and to teach the children new skills; how to make money, how to achieve things in life no matter how bad their life is or what they had to go through in their time they have. Along with we need to have enough money to be able to fund everyday essentials that we can use; like toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair brushes and etc. 

Every little donation that you make will help go towards these supplies; no matter how little or how big, we appreciate it and it will go along way to help the Nigerian children who need the love and support that is coming from everywhere else. In showing that they are being heard, listened to, being loved and cared for no matter how it is received in the correct manner. 

Click here to donate thank you 

Sentebale – Nigeria

To contact me for taking part in selling the products and many more please email me on sentableblogsnigeria@outlook.com 

As Robbie Rotten would ask, “Why are those people making all that noise!?”

You got a friend in need, we got a friend in need, we got a friend in need. Who needs your help. 
As Robbie Rotten on LazyTown, has given laughter to children around the world. He created a foundation to help stop bullying. He is a tireless advocate for special needs children. And now Stefan Karl needs our help.

Stefan has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The operation he has had will prevent him from working for up to a year. We want him to use that year to rest and recuperate so that he can once again return to what he does best – making kids smile all over planet Earth.

We are raising funds to help Stefan and his family survive the coming year. Not only will they need assistance with medical bills, but it’s important that Stefan be allowed to heal his body and spirit without the additional burden of financial need.

We appreciate any amount of gift you are able to extend to Stefan and his family. As he moves from this difficult time toward a full recovery, we ask for your generosity, your prayers and good wishes.

As Robbie Rotten would ask, “Why are those people making all that noise!?” 

Let’s answer Robbie with a thunderous noise of gratitude and joy for everything he’s given to the world of children’s entertainment!

Help spread the word! Stefan Karl’s Year of Healing $157,525 of $200k goal raised. 

Go on donate, go on, oh go on, oh go on, GO ON! (Apologies not too sure why Father Teds house keeper took over) please help and donate to see him return to our screens again. 

Stefan Karl’s Year of Healing