Nigerian Christian Aid
The United States may have declared the Islamic State defeated, but it lives on in the hearts and minds of Muslims everywhere who see a day when the entire world is under the yoke of Islam.
Christians in Nigeria today are facing extreme persecution.
Our orphanage in Jos, Nigeria has become a safe haven for children made orphans by attacks from Muslim terrorists. However there is always danger, especially as we remember our original orphanage in Benue State that was destroyed by Muslim Fulani Herdsmen just a few years ago.
It is these memories that the orphanage children hold onto that have inspired them to take action this Christmas season.
Many orphanage students petitioned RFC to bring our Christmas for Refugees events to an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp near Mangu. This camp was formed as a result of many attacks against Christians in the area that resulted in loss of life and property.
The orphanage children look forward to performing music and leading songs at the event, but they need our help to facilitate this event.
The need: Funds are needed for transportation, food, and gifts for the victims of Islam in Mangu. The victims at this camp have lost everything, all of their belongings have been taken or destroyed and they have lost family members to the violence that is ravaging Nigeria.
All donations on this #GivingTuesday will be the last contributions DOUBLED by our Matching Gift Program.
Please help us come alongside our orphanage students to bring the joy of Christmas to the Christian victims at this IDP camp.
Christian Victims First
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