Established in 1992, this center cares for the disabled homeless young men and women, where they get an opportunity to learn practical skills for use in the employment market of iron work, fabrication and welding, upholstery and stitching quality footwear. The center takes contracts at market prices in metal works, building tricycles, skate boards and footwear. All students attend literacy classes in the evenings. They are also taught to communicate effectively in English and also compute simple numerals in order to help them in the business side of skill acquisition. The Center does not feed the students daily now, but gives out food as donors provide. Charity wants to replicate in future what they have in Lagos to other parts of the country.