Social and Community Service

The Mobile Manna Foundation provides Food on Wheel, that is, Food Distribution Outreach (FDO) to the wandering mentally ill persons, runs Alimentary Bank (providing foodstuff and other means of livelihood to the challenged and less privileged families).

The Foundation is seriously working towards the establishment of MENSA (low cost restaurant) in the higher institutions in order to reduce mental stress of the Nigerian students, thereby enhancing their productivity. The Foundation nurtures “humane contact” with the families in difficulty, and especially with her patients  (treated and rehabilitated mentally ill persons).

The social services of the Foundation include: counseling (clinical, domestic and pastoral/spiritual), food distribution outreach, democracy lecture series, etc.  Our Pilgrims Home is meant to serve the refugees, victims of natural disasters, abandoned aged, “start-up-couples,” etc. The Foundation also cares for People Living with HIV, and substance dependence person (SDP) as part of her commitment to the promotion of human dignity and productivity.