7thNov

Goals & Strategies, Fiscal Year 2019

Goal #1:

Raise N240million (Two hundred and Forty million naira) in annual revenue which will enable us to maintain
and expand our humanitarian services across board.
Strategy: Increase awareness of the Food Bank and its activities; Solicit support from corporate organizations and the
civil society; Organize food charity events; Implement a more robust Management System and portfolio
structure for multi-revenue channels; Build cause marketing infrastructure; Utilize volunteer and other
industry expertise.
Capacity to Achieve Goal: Staff; Volunteer consultants and Board member contacts, and general networking.
Measurement of Achievement of Goals: Tracking of financial and accounting reports, portfolios, etc; Ensure
compliance with Corporate Affairs Commission requirements regarding Returns and Audit.

Goal #2:

Reach at least 1,200,000 (One million two hundred thousand) persons consisting mainly of indigent families,
children, widows and the aged and most vulnerable in society.
Strategy: Develop and maintain food donor relations with particular emphasis on corporate partnerships and
philanthropists.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Recover and distribute food items through utilization of our Food Bank infrastructure.
Measurement of Achievement: Monthly and quarterly tracking of received donations of food items and monthly
distribution reports.

Goal #3:

Acquire at least two 30-seater Coaster Buses and one refrigerated truck to help with movement logistics and
distribution of food.
Strategy: Aggressively pursue resources to purchase or receive donation of vehicles for Food Bank distribution
activities.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Engage existing social media presence to publicize the need for the vehicles.
Measurement of Achievement: Successful purchase/donation of two 30-seater Coaster Buses and one refrigerated
truck.

Goal #4:

Create at least four more food bank locations/branches within Lagos.
Strategy: Aggressively pursue resources to either rent a space or buy properties to accommodate Food Bank monthly
activities; Establish partnerships with willing organizations and/or individuals to give up spaces for Food
Bank monthly activities within Lagos.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Staff; Volunteer consultants and Board member contacts and general networking.
Measurement of Achievement: Average setting up of one location/branch per quarter.

Goal #5:

Establish a robust Community Service Certification Program for volunteers who successfully complete a fixed
number of hours stipulated by the Food Bank.
Strategy: Close monitoring of volunteer hours spent at the Food Bank; Background check on intending volunteers;
establish contact with relevant government agencies and corporate organizations for better recognition of the
certificate, both locally & internationally.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Administrative Food Bank staff.
Measurement of Achievement: Monthly publication of volunteer progress and LFBI Annual Awards ceremony.

Goal #6:

Fight hunger and promote healthy eating habits by increasing our focus on nutrition.
Strategy: Distribute approximately 1,200,000 meals to children and seniors.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Recover and distribute food items through utilization of our food bank infrastructure.
Measurement of Achievement: Monthly and quarterly tracking of received donations of food items and monthly
distribution reports.

Goal #7:

Serve as a link between the rich and the poor to empower at least 500 families with food items, money and
resources to start businesses of their choice.
Strategy: Develop and maintain a detailed database of indigent families; Identify areas with the largest percentage of
vulnerable persons and slum-dwellers; Establish excellent working relationship with several slum location
heads and humanitarian agency contacts.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food Bank staff, Volunteers and Community leaders.
Measurement of Achievement: Feedback from at least 50 families who have been successfully empowered in a
month.

Goal #8:

To reach over 50 non-profit organizations like Orphanage homes and supply them with basic necessaries;
Empower new food banks Initiatives with food items and technical support for outreaches and projects.
Strategy: Interface with public and private corporations, faith-based organizations and related bodies; organize
interactive social events involving a coalition of various orphanages and charities.
Capacity to Achieve Goals: Food bank resources, staff expertise and a strong LFBI volunteer base.
Measurement of Achievement: Quarterly assessment of feedback from partner bodies.

Goal #9:

Incorporate Lagos Social Welfare Initiative.
Strategy: Work with Partner Agencies in underserved slums or local governments to develop a coordinated and
vibrant Social Welfare system.
Capacity: Administrative Food Bank staff.
Measurement: Feedback of Partners and donors; Successful distribution of welfare package to seniors and children.

Goal #10

To achieve 100% donations towards our daily/monthly food distributions

Strategy: Work aggressively to increase awareness for food donations
Capacity: Volunteers, Lagos Food Bank Administrative staff
Measurement : Zero expenses on food purchase at the local market

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