Indeed the Covid 19 pandemic has and is still wreaking havoc around the world. The inevitable economic lock down measures to curtail the spread continues to impact organizations and individuals alike. Countless people have lost their jobs and means of livelihood leading to unprecedented rate of poverty and hunger.
What We're All About
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a LIFE by WHAT WE GIVE”
– Winston Churchill
Our Mandate Is Simple.
2020 was a year certainly to be remembered, surely due to the unprecedented impact of COVID 19 but also for how well meaning Nigerians have rallied to support and elevate humanity. No doubt it is a privilege to be able to offer time, money and other resources at this period. There are people who cannot afford a decent meal for the day and who don’t have access to sanitary facilities and the basics of life. The NLNG Employees Care initiative was initiated in May 2020 as a platform to show care to the less privileged and more vulnerable around us. A token will go a long way to reach out to the less privileged.
Who We Are
“The smallest Act of Kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.”
- Oscar Wilde
The NLNG Employees Care ( is an NLNG staff driven initiative with the primary objective to provide a sustainable platform and framework to consistently create opportunities for NLNG staff to volunteer their time, effort and resources for worthy causes in a safe and enabling environment without undue exposure to employees or the company itself.
NLNG Staff before now have supported worthy causes such as the support and relief offered to displaced persons in the various IDP camps across Nigeria in 2015 and many volunteer groups in NLNG, within their individual capacities, have continued to support various initiatives as well till date.
With the initiation of NEC in May 2020, NLNG employees now have a structured platform which provides a wider reach whilst at the same time creating opportunities for goodwill and networking for NLNG employees.
In view of the impact and economic disruptions due to COVID 19 pandemic and in accordance with the objectives, NEC has taken up the challenge to raise relief/support funds (target NGN 30 million in 3 months) to demonstrate that WE CARE for our most vulnerable immediate neighbours and host communities impacted by pandemic.
What a way to kick off and demonstrate care at this very challenging period!