Jumia celebrates Valentine’s day with underprivileged communities through its partnership with Lagos Food Bank.
“We would like to take advantage of this opportunity to give back to the communities where we operate, and what better day than today to show love to families in underserved areas? We hope that our relationship with the Lagos Food Bank will have a positive influence on a number of families and demonstrate that we care,” stated Massimiliano Spalazzi, CEO of Jumia Nigeria.
“We are grateful for this partnership, especially coming from a company that has had a significant impact on local communities around the country.” According to Michael A. Sunbola, Executive Director of Lagos Food Bank, “Jumia’s charitable contribution shows a sincere dedication to giving back to the community. These food packages will undoubtedly bring joy to many families on Valentine’s Day.”
This project, which is part of the Temporary Emergency Food Support Program (TEFAP) of Lagos Food Bank, aims to provide immediate food, nutrition, and relief assistance to low-income households in Lagos and its environs.
Lagos Food Bank is a non-profit, nutrition-focused initiative committed to fighting hunger, reducing food waste and solving the problem of malnutrition through targeted programs.