David Oyedepo Day Of Service
It is our pleasure to introduce to you David Oyedepo Day Of Service; DODOS 2015
David Oyedepo Day Of Service (DODOS) was inspired by the contribution, heartbeat and lifestyle of Dr. David Oyedepo who has through several media and means dedicated his life to the service and upliftment of the human race all across the world. David Oyedepo Day Of Service is set to impart the Spirit and Culture of sacrifice in people, patterned after his tireless efforts to add value and show love relentlessly.
Over the past few years, DODOS has engaged hundreds of youth and scores of stakeholders who diligently served within their capacity reaching various communities and individuals.
Our interdependent world holds more opportunities for advancement than ever before and one evidence of advancement is in the flourishing and wealth of everything around us – people and systems alike, hence, the focus of DODOS – service to humanity.
At DODOS, we understand that the average man is all out for himself, but there would be no tangible progress if everyone continues in this mentality…
The David Oyedepo Day Of Service is set to imbibe the spirit and culture of sacrifice in people, patterned after his tireless effort(s) to impart, contribute and show love relentlessly.
This is a call to all individuals, families, groups and organizations to go the extra mile daily, doing something for others in whatever means they can and in whatever capacity they can.
This is a call for a mind shift from self-centeredness to selfless sacrifice.
What is in for this year?
We would like to inform you about David Oyedepo Day Of Service (DODOS) 2015, which is slated to run from the 21st – 27th of September, 2015.
What you can do?
You can be a part of this edition of DODOS in four easy steps:
1. Identify a project/ service you want to render
2. Register your project. After deciding on your project, register your project with us at our website, let us know on;
Facebook; David Oyedepo Day
Or in person; at the HOPE Office, Covenant University Alumni Secretariat, Covenant University Chapel Canaanland Ota, Ogun state.
3. Serve- Well, the next thing is to serve, to execute the Project.
4. Report- give us feedback
Complete your participation in DODOS by sending us a report of how the day went for you and your team. Report forms are available on the website, on Facebook, at the Office or could be sent via email.
All reports should be turned in by the 29th of September to enable us gather a timely and rich report for the celebrant, David Oyedepo.
You could also join an already existing project closest to you.
We thank you in advance for your service to humanity and for joining us to invest in the future of humanity which we as citizens have always clamored for.
“It’s not about what you have; but a heart to add.”