• Vocational Training / Small Business Startup

    We believe that people need and deserve meaningful learning opportunities in order to reach their full potential.

  • Providing Access To Education

    Many bright children from low income families lack access to quality education and training, especially at the post-secondary level.

  • Accommodation for the Homeless

    As a charity, our main focus is the transformation of each life that we come across. This is why we also accommodate those who are homeless and have nowhere else to

Strategic Partner

Strategic Partner

They share our faith and ethos and contribute their time, professional expertise and other resources to steer the work we do.

Financial Partner

Financial Partner

Financial members commit to making regular monthly donations to support our different programs without getting involved in the management go the organisation.

 Become A Volunteer

Become A Volunteer

Volunteers are a significant feature of Touch-A-Life. There are many opportunities either as a full or part time volunteer. You could get involved in: -Outreach Vocational training, Offering professional services, Volunteer staff, Pastoral care , Employing a client.

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Become A Volunteer

Networking, and Partnering are at the core of all we do while volunteers are a significant feature of Touch-A-Life. Volunteers get involved in our work in the many activities including Vocatiobal Traiining, English and Computer Literacy, Life Skills, Other Workforce Training.Join Us

Alimosho, Oshodi Touch-A-School Projects

09 April, 2017Posted In : News

Our Alimosho & Oshodi Touch-A-School project was successful​. A huge THANK YOU to everyone tha READ MORE

2017 Touch-A-School Project Begins

12 February, 2017Posted In : News

We kicked off 2017 Touch-A-School Project with a visit to Oduduwa Primary School, Gbagada. Lagos. &n READ MORE

HOMELESS! AND HAVE NOWHERE ELSE TO GO

07 February, 2017Posted In : News

Rose Peter, a mother of four in her early 30’s (and not so rosy marriage) cries out to the general READ MORE