Friday, 4 November 2016

KIR Foundation 4th Annual Charity Fair

Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

For the last three years, KIR Foundation has hosted the Annual Exhibition to create awareness about our projects as well as to display and sell the items made by our beneficiaries with and without disabilities. The aim of the KIR Foundation Annual Charity Fair 2016 is to raise funds to host the 2017 Prize Giving and Book Donation Day Project which will take place at the Special School for Handicapped Children at Creek Road Port Harcourt on Friday, the 3rd of February 2017. 

It would be our utmost pleasure to welcome you to the Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation 4th Annual Charity Fair 2016. It is an open and free flowing event with a steady stream of guests coming in to shop as well as network with other vendors and guests. 

          Venue: The Charity Fair will hold at KIR Foundation’s Inclusive Resource and Rehabilitation Community Centre. Plot 8, Road 112, Federal Housing Estate, Amadi-Ama, off Peter Odili Road via Haritz Drycleaners. Port Harcourt.
Date: 19th November 2016
Time: 12p.m to 6.00p.m.
KIR Foundation is passionate about those who are marginalized, especially persons living with disabilities (PWDs). We constantly look out for opportunities to promote the rights for inclusion of the disability community in all developmental issues because we know that they are stigmatized and the poorest of the poor in society. Therefore, in 2012, we adopted the Special School for Handicapped Children (SSHC) had have been implementing projects in the school within our thematic areas of Education, Advocacy, Capacity and Sustainable Development. Our belief is that no one should be left behind in self-development especially in education.

Wednesday, 2 November 2016


Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

“My name is Frederick Igbanibo Amakiri. I am the Principal, Special School for Handicapped Children Senior Secondary Port Harcourt. We indeed thank Keeping It Real Foundation and their partner Small World; who have thought of our children and come to establish an ICT Resource Room for us. The benefits to our students cannot be measured in terms of words.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Help Maria's Dream Come True!

Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

Miss Maria Okese is a twenty-four year old Orphan, a fast learner and very amiable. She is Deaf but communicates excellently with sign language and averagely in written English language. Maria graduated from the Special Needs School in 2013 and was one of the beneficiaries who participated in the KIR Foundation's nine (9) months Vocational Training with the Special Needs School Creek Road, Port Harcourt in 2013.

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Inclusive Young Leadership Academy (YLA) 2016

Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

As part of the activities to commemorate KIR Foundation’s Global Action Month for Education; KIR Foundation is organizing the 3rd Annual Inclusive Young Leadership Academy (YLA) to build the capacity of the newly elected prefects of twenty (20) selected secondary schools; Private, Public and Special schools in Rivers State.

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

KIR Foundation commemorated the International Book Giving Day

Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

KIR Foundation commemorated the International Book Giving Day on the 14th day of February 2016, by donating 127 books to Street Child Care Welfare Initiative in Lagos State (SCCWI), 153 books to Ikoyi Prison in Lagos State and 95 books, plus numerous educational supplies to selected vulnerable children of Central State Primary School Igwuruta in Rivers State.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016


Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

Ten (10) out of school youth with disabilities were given the opportunity to increase their skill set by participating in the Advanced Shoe Making Training organised by KIR Foundation from the 15th to 26th of February 2016.

GSM and Computer Repairs Training at the Special School for Handicapped Children (S.S.H.C)

Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation

Barinaale Yaana Giigii is a 20 year senior secondary student of the Special School for Handicapped Children (S.S.H.C). He is one of the fourteen (14) beneficiaries of the GSM and Computer Repairs Vocational Skill Training organized by KIR Foundation.