The Imalu Airiemhionkha Ebhoaye Memorial Foundation has continued to touch lives through its charity to humanity regardless of their gender, religion, social or economic backgrounds. Over 1000 Igueben indigenes are currently enjoying free medical care which will run for one year.
The president and founder of Imalu Airiemhionkha Ebhoaye Memorial Foundation, Chief Fredrick Airiemhionkha said that; “As a charity organisation, the Foundation has achieved stability and touch more lives by providing health care and provision of bore holes to some communities in Igueben and it’s environ.
Imalu MEMORIAL Foundation is simply a non-profit making organisation whose obligation is to meet societal needs through the demonstration of love that positively impacts communities and individuals. Our six primary focus areas are: Health, Hunger, Prisons, Education, Social Enterprise and Rehabilitation.”
On the foundation’s commitment, the founder said that the foundation is set to give scholarship worth four hundred thousand naira each to 100 indigent Igueben students.
He said: “We have committed ourselves to the mission of “Help for the helpless, Hope for the hopeless, Food for the hungry, and Strength for the weak.