about us

Honourbirth foundation is a non-governmental charity organization which its aims and objectives are to alleviate the sufferings of orphans and vulnerable children in our society. The foundation is glared towards impacting in the these children, good moral values and provide scholarship awards to those children who want to pass through the four walls of western education, but do not have the means to attain to their objectives.

Honourbirth foundation, through mass awareness programmes, educate the youth on the prevalence of the HIV/AIDS scourge in the society, bearing in mind, that these class of persons are the most vulnerable.

The foundation as well, involves the elders in this mass sensitization programme through the aid and support of volunteers who have been trained by USAID through the Positive Living Project as palliative care givers for people living with HIV/AIDS The efforts of this foundation is not restricted to Orphans and Vulnerable children only, but goes along to assist other less privileged groups in the various communities. This laudable venture has led the foundation to assist the Imo State Blind Farmers Association Financially, hence the certificate of recognition issued to the foundation by the association. Two thousand widows have been registered by the organization across three Local Government Areas in Imo State, Owerri west, Mbaitoli, ohaji . The foundation is registered with the Owerri West L.G.A Social and Welfare Unit and Ministry of Women Affairs Imo State. The certificate of registration is attached here in. Presently, the foundation has its headquarter at Comprehensive Health Center, Obinze and three room office block allocated to it by the Health Unit, Owerri West L.G.A. The foundation has as at now, enrolled vulnerable and orphan children for assistance and hopes to improve on the number when its position improves.
Honourbirth foundation is comprised of a Director, programme Officer, IT Personnel, Admin/Finance Officer, Monitoring/Evolution officer among other executive members who are poised towards assisting the growth and improvement of humanity. These members of the executive committee have passed through the Home Base care facilities of the Health Unit of the L.G.A and as a result, are using their wealth of experience to conduct awareness programmes for other would-be care givers in different communities. The foundation has through its coordinator authored two books on HIV/AIDS and the essential facts on home care givers. These books are presently in circulation.

The foundation is presently a community based civil society organization which is working with Management Sciences for Health (MSH) as an implementing agent to USAID CUBS Project (2010 – 2014). The foundation is ever prepared to come up with any material(s) or prove of evidence which you may demand. The foundation operates a support group (Chinwendu Support Group) which hold its meetings every thirty days and-is registered with NEPWHAN, Imo State.

Our Mission

To support vulnerable children and women achieve their full potentials through community partnership, government and donor agencies.


what people are saying about us

The members of Grace Gate foundation are true professional with high personal touch. They have a very humane approach and comes across as a very warm people. As one of their beneficiaries, I have found them very approachable. they truly listens and shows belief in the victims they are interacting with.

Linder ojo

I have had a very positive experience of both Charity People and Career Volunteer. Grace Gate Foundation took the time to really understand exactly what senior fundraising I was looking for professionally and as a trustee. They are a pleasure to deal with and consistently go the extra mile for . I cannot recommend them highly enough to recruiters or candidates.

Mr james Chukwu

A donor and senior fundraiser
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