The founder of Esther Ajayi Foundation, Rev. Abimbola Esther Ajayi, has pledged that her foundation would give more funding support to the Computer for All Children project in Israel.
The reverend mother made the pledge during a visit to Ksolot school, Nazareth, Israel where she said that she is impressed with the success of the project.
In his remark, Professor Shimon Shtreet, Chairman of the Public and International law Faculty, said “the Esther Ajayi Foundation has set a record of excellence performance and one that is rare”. He as well expressed his gratitude to the benefactor, especially as she has promised to give more support.
According to Merav Amoyal, Vice President of the education Unit, Israel, “thousands of Israeli children from low income homes have benefited from the project, bringing them at par with their counterparts from rich homes”.
This is one of the many ways the Esther Ajayi Foundation continues to touch lives.
Earlier in a meeting with a delegation of the Israeli council, exclusively covered by Ovation International, the founder of the foundation, Rev. Abimbola Esther Ajayi, revealed that an impressive record has been achieved in her drive to touch one million lives. “We set a record to touch one million lives and I am happy to tell you that we have achieve that and as at the last check, we have touched over one million, three hundred thousand lives and still counting”, she said.
The philanthropist is currently in Israel with her amiable husband, Rev. Ademuyiwa, where they came with over two hundred people they sponsored for pilgrimage. Part of the goals of the one week trip is to pray for the success of the third edition of the annual event – Celebrate the Comforter, holding on Saturday, July 20, 2019 in Lagos, Nigeria.