West African events company Ëlabba is offering free celebration events for the under-12s in order to help disadvantaged children capture the missing spirit of fun and adventure, caused by neglect or poverty.
The company, which specialises in events and events planning in the civil and corporate worlds, is offering to host events for young children to mark major life events such as graduations, exams, birthdays and other milestones.
Inspired by the life of its founder, Ëlabba Play aims to provide special moments for children whose circumstances mean that they would ordinarily not be able to mark these special occasions - giving them something to look forward to, something to remember and something to reward them for hard work or achievement. By doing this, not only does the company hope to give back to the community, it also hopes to be able to inspire young people to keep striving for bigger and better things.
A spokesperson from Ëlabba said, "Childhood is the most important time for development, when we pick up the memories and lessons that will shape who we become as adults, and all children should have as many good things as possible as they grow to ensure they learn the right lessons from their life experiences. By helping disadvantaged children celebrate special occasions that their families might not be able to afford, we hope to create memories that reward hard work and show these children the warmth and importance of their communities."
"Our founder grew up in a poor family in West Africa; she remembers when special occasions were marked with just a little extra food and some juice, and this small piece of CSR will go a long way to making sure that future generations will be rewarded with more."
The children's celebrations are free to book, and inquiries can be made via https://elabbaplay.com a short application form.
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