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You are a royal diadem, woman. 



On behalf of NewLife Project Inc., I would like to thank you for your donation of gently used clothing towards our Clothes Drive Fundraiser Project in Ottawa and West Africa in partnership with Value Village, Bank Street Ottawa.

We deeply appreciate your gesture of love and support towards our mission in Sierra Leone, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana and Canada. Your contribution would aid in achieving our goals of developing economic empowered women who will be able to not only sustain themselves but also become agents of change within their communities.

Due to your generous donations, Value Village Bank Street received a total of 549 pounds of clothing and accessories.

Our vital work can only be done through the thoughtful contributions from people like you. We hope we can count on you for your continued support.

Once again thank you for your generous donation. Together we can make a difference and help save these precious members of our universe.

Brend Williams





Clothes Drive for Ghana in collaboration with Foursquare Gospel Church Acrra.

Thanks to all who donated gently used clothing and accessories towards our clothes drive project in Accra Ghana this past March.

We are please to inform you that the barrel arrived and will be distributed to at risk women and children.
Special thanks to Pastor Josephine Chinyere, our dedicated Partner in Ghana. Continue the good work.





We want to thank all of you who supported the people of Sierra Leone during their time of need. The flash flooding affected a lot of families and with your donations via GoFund Me, NewLife Project Inc was able to meet immediate needs of victims.

We are grateful.

The official launching, fundraising and Exhibition of NewLife Project Inc. Canada took place in Ottawa Ontario on the 26th July 2015 at the Billings Estate National Historic Site. This occasion marked a fresh start for this Not-for-Profit Organization. This occasion was graced with guest speaker, Mrs. Elcho Stewart whose speech was on the need to be grateful as we pursue our vision. The dedication of the Project, Canada version was done by Mrs. Hazel Maki, Co-Founder of Hope for Orphans – Congo in Canada.

Mrs. Brenda Williams highlighted the need to reach out to ladies who are desperately in need of education. More emphasis was placed on the education of girl child by Ms. Matilda Cole. The ceremony was followed by a fundraising and exhibition, displaying the various talents of students in the different production such as customized Tie and dye/Batik fabric, shirts, dresses and accessories.

As we embark on this new journey in Canada, we ask that you all help us in building self-esteemed, self-sufficient and economic empowered women who will continue to develop and transform the lives of other at risk women and children through education and entrepreneurship programs.