Redeemed Camp is a faith-based charitable organisation registered in England and Wales, set up to support individuals facing life’s social challenges.
Christ was a social activist impacting all walks of life irrespective of race or creed. We are set up to embody all his teachings, to bring about social change and to improve our community and society at large.
We aim to have a positive impact and wherever possible, reduce the strain of everyday life by offering resources that make a difference.
Impacting Lives & Society
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of as many people and communities as we can, by identifying gaps in provision and delivering direct support.
In addition to providing material and financial relief or support, we partner with organisations and volunteers with a similar vision in providing our services and impacting lives.
The Redeemed Camp Library hosts a digital collection of e-books made freely accessible around the world, whether for reference or borrowing. Our collection includes titles that cover socio-economic and faith issues from pastors, authors, life coaches, inspirational and motivational bestselling authors.
The library forms part of the Redeemed Camp initiative to facilitate social mobility by making access to life impacting tools freely accessible. As the world is channel-shifting at an ever increasing rate to the virtual space, the Redeemed Camp Library is positioned to be a convenient and mobile digital reading tool aimed at furthering our aim of making life-impacting books available at the click of a button and on every device.
Redeemed Camp is out in the community doing what we preach. We are actively involved in evangelical work at various churches and religious events.
We regularly support food banks across London with food, provisions and toiletries for individuals in need.
In line with the SOW (Strangers/Migrants, Orphans/Youth and Widows) strategy of Adun®, our Trustees also volunteer from time to time at various charities that work in these areas. It is a hands-on approach to caring and helping as well as a human resource development initiative to make our people better at what we do.
Funmi Dele-Giwa, Redeemed Camp Administrator (Right) volunteering at Refugee & Migrant Forum of Essex & London (RAMFEL)
Debbie Giwa, Redeemed Camp Trustee, (right) volunteering at the New Horizon Youth Centre, London
Trustees of Redeemed Camp, Debbie and Billy Giwa, with the Duke of Kent at a Buckingham Palace engagement.