Normally our annual holiday food drive is directed at one beneficiary. However, this year we extended ourselves to serve two institutions, the El Shaddai Restoration Home for Children and the Trinidad and Tobago Hope Centre.
In numerology, some of the meanings of the number 9 are universal love, service to humanity, philanthropy, and charity. Those meanings perfectly capture the essence of our ninth annual charity/food drive. This year we will strive to collect enough items to distribute to two beneficiaries, the El Shaddai Restoration Home for Children and the Trinidad and Tobago Hope Centre.
The 2012 Christmas holiday season saw the Warrior Nation take its food charity drive to the hometown of current national goalkeeper Marvin Phillip.
The socawarriors.net community has once again been able to rise to the occasion and deliver food items to children in need. For our eighth annual Holiday Food Drive, we directed the proceeds to the Mothers’ Union Children’s Home in San Fernando.
In keeping with its objective to positively contribute to T&T football, the Soca Warriors Online (SWO) and the Warrior Nation (WN) have stepped forward in assisting a past servant of the men’s national football team, Mr. Jan-Michael Williams and his family.
This is the eighth edition of our annual charity/food drive to help the less fortunate amongst us. This year we have selected Mothers' Union Children's Home from San Fernando to be the recipient of our donations.
The Soca Warriors Online and the Warrior Nation (SWO/WN) would like to welcome anyone interested in giving a donation to Trinidad and Tobago national goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams to help him in his terrible situation are now welcome to do so.
The target of the seventh annual Warrior Nation/SocaWarriors.net Holiday Food Drive was the poor and needy in the Morvant/Laventille area. We managed to raise $6,500 TTD which was used to purchase food items which was then given to Operation Salvation for distribution. Operation Salvation is a network of twenty Full Gospel Churches functioning in the Morvant/Laventille area and beyond. It has been in existence for the past six years and its mission is the “Transformation of local communities through the application of gospel principles.”
For 2011, the Warrior Nation took its holiday charity drive to the southern borough of Point Fortin, birthplace of many of Trinidad and Tobago's national footballers.