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Community Social Responsibility

 

Community Social Responsibility

Teresa Missions acknowledges the responsibility that we have been called to, not only to our mission kids, staff and well-wishers, but also to the local authorities as well as our communities. We continually correspond with the relevant authorities for the sake of the well-being of the needy children in our community and efficient welfare of the enrolled children in our mission center. We also acknowledge our social responsibility to our community that help us forge the goodwill of the community and also benefit the community either directly or indirectly. These responsibilities include:

  • Producing morally upright, socially responsible adult Christians into the community out of the needy children that we enroll into our organization.

  • Alleviation of poverty by educating our mission kids to make it possible for them to get employed. These future adults can also help other needy people in our communities.

  • Reducing the chances of these needy youths in engaging in drug abuse, theft and other crimes, hence, increasing the safety and security of our communities.

  • Creating and giving employment opportunities to qualified and skilled members of the community to work at our mission center.

  • Giving emergency aid to the needy in the community and offering support to the emergencies that occur in the community.

  • Initiating and engaging in community clean-up campaigns particularly, collection of litter and garbage to ensure proper disposal.

  • Participation in clearing of bushes and repairing community pathways and feeder roads to maintain a clean environment as well as draining stagnant waters to reduce malaria outbreaks.

  • Conducting workshops and campaigns to educate the community on health and hygiene practices especially for girls and the elderly.

  • Helping the illiterate in the community acquire some literacy skills such as how to read and write.

  • Giving aid to the widows and the elderly in the community.

  • Spreading the gospel to members of the community through our gospel ministry.

  • Participating in public events through especially through volunteering and singing.

  • Visiting the imprisoned, offering moral support and preaching to them.

  • Offering grief support to the needy in our community. This also includes giving spiritual and physical support such as chairs to such events as funerals.

  • Participation in tree planting drives and campaigns to ensure we preserve nature and a healthy environment.

  • Giving out masks to the needy in the community during this Covid times.