It only took a week since the launch of our KLUV Coin and with only about 500 people that have bought it we were able to raise $10,000. KLUV has raised $10,000 to buy food for the needy in support of the Kringle Society Goodwill program. The food will be distributed to the poor and needy on February 19th, 2022.
$10,000 of BNB was sent to Ambassador Innocent Keiba on February 14th, 2022 to purchase food: https://bscscan.com/tx/0x5a62c6d22cf621a9dc73ba98a979a90e6fb4f9c137459464bf8ca1a0fd3a055f
Kringle Goodwill report for Ivory Coast by KEIBA N. Innocent
Very concerned about increasingly degraded and degrading human relations, the Administrator of Kringle is implementing a personal development plan within the community to enable each member to embody the Culture of LOVE of Sharing and RESPECT for human dignity.
To make this program a success and offer members the opportunity in each country to experience these two fundamental criteria of the Kringle community, the Kringle Administrator relies on the ambassadors to organize the distribution of food and not to live with the lowest social strata. more vulnerable. This is what was launched here in Côte d'Ivoire to provide food and non-food items to more than 800 families and 5 institutes (3 orphanages, 1 institute for the blind and 2 associations (widows and disabled)
This goodwill program was first initiated in March in Nigeria with the two goodwill ambassadors Steven Cuffee and Mbeh Derick. Because of the COVID scam. This program has been suspended. Thanks to the great determination of the Administrator of Kringle and to see real Leaders tomorrow leading this world towards a better horizon, he puts an infallible strategy for the continuation of the GOODWILL program in the rest of the world. It opens the Community to the public market with the sensational KLUV token and allows us to organize the 3rd world stage of GOOWILL after only 1 month. It should be noted that the Kringle administrator sent funds worth $10,000 to Côte d'Ivoire to feed the social strata of vulnerable people.
Last February 19, 2022, we are delighted to share these to vulnerable people and institute for the 1st stage in Abobo. Centered on this municipality which is one of the poorest municipalities in the District and which has just over 1,500,000 inhabitants. It's 420 people included orphans (78), handicapped (50: blind-dumb - infirm), widowed women (100), very poor families (192) from the 32 ethnic communities living in the municipality from Abobo. Each of them went home with at least 5 kg of rice, cooking oil and spaghetti. For institutes caring for orphaned children who have toilets and play areas to clean, we have added canisters of detergent to keep the play areas clean and protect them from certain infections for a while. Below are some photos from the launch and distribution ceremony in Abobo.
On February 22 we were in Yopougon and on February 25 we were in Port Bouet for the 3rd stage. A stage that was very full of experiences.
Step 1 (ABOBO) - The WEEK of GOODWILL in Ivory Coast
Step 2 - Goodwill Event in Yopougon
This is Step 3 Port Bouet et the Public Conference in our HQ the final point of the End of One week for Goodwill in Ivory Coast from Feb. 19th, to 26th 2022 Opening Ceremony Speech. We are grateful for our Chiefs.