At Liberty we seek to empower lives and transform entire communities – body, mind and spirit – by providing free medical care, clean water, free education & scholarships, business empowerment and pastoral care in towns and villages in Africa.
Our volunteers come from all walks of life – doctors, nurses, surgeons, dentists, pharmacists, teachers, counselors, health care, social care, youth workers, teaching, IT, business, administration, finance, students, ministers of the gospel to name a few, and from all over the world; UK, USA, Canada, Europe, Ireland and Nigeria.
Join us for local and international outreaches in places of greatest need, villages, and towns across Nigeria.
If you can’t join us you can financially support the work of Liberty by donations, organising fundraising events, volunteering your skills, or sponsor someone.
Join us for our once monthly meetings and when we pray, plan and organise events throughout the year.
Why volunteer with Liberty?
Every volunteer brings a unique gift and talent which helps transform lives. We all work on different projects depending on our skills and experience, passion and gift. The underlying motivation is always the same – a desire to see lives transformed and saved.
Stories of our volunteers
Toyin Dagiloke - Eye clinicEvery time I go, the Liberty mission trips become more and more rewarding. Working alongside some of the most dedicated doctors, nurses and volunteers in the world; seeing hundreds of Nigerian villagers receive medical attention for the first time in their lives and being a part of the loving team delivering this care is such an honour. As well as the medical work we do, staying in the community and interacting with the children is awe inspiring. They symbolise everything that God was thinking about when He invented the concept of hope for the future. (more…)
Ibukun Aikomo's Liberty experience @ Epe 2016For the past two years I’ve had the opportunity to serve as a missionary with Liberty for its yearly international ministry outreach, my first experience being in the town of Awe of Oyo State and most recently, Epe of Lagos State. I, along with a team of fervid crusaders advanced on a mission to evangelise to particularly undeveloped communities through Christ’s teachings and assisting with resources and support like basic medical care, education and empowerment programmes. This trip involved a lot of hard work, but it was fun. (more…)
Kemi Akinwumi's Liberty experience @ Epe 2016Before As time drew closer to Liberty 2016 the excitement that I was finally doing something I had always wanted to do exploded. However, fear crept in.
- Was I spiritually prepared for the journey ahead?
- Am I worthy enough?
- Was I really going to pray for people to come to Christ?
- What about my own struggles?
- Am I too young? (more…)
Tola Adeshina's Liberty experience @ Epe 2016I had always desired to go on a Christian mission trip but I never had the chance too. But this year 2016, I was determined to close the gap on this desire. I heard about the Liberty mission during my church service at EP. They were having a summer fair to raise money for the cause. I enquired about the Liberty mission from Pastor Akin and Kemi Akinwumi and after speaking to them both, I was sure that I wanted to go. (more…)
Current Liberty Campaigns
We are raising funds to refurbish our nursery, primary and secondary schools in Imini and Sepeteri. The schools which educate around 600 pupils require complete refurbishment of the classrooms, leaking roof, toilets and teachers’ accommodation.£6,253.30 donated of £40,000.00 goal