The Congregation of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mother of Christ (IHM) founded in Nigeria and operational with over 1,000 Sisters in 14 countries, is a Religious Institute of Papal status. The Congregation mission and vision is care and support for children, women, and marginalised groups such as persons with disability, elderly, people living with HIV & AIDS and homeless. The Congregation focuses on education through nursery, primary, secondary, and tertiary level schools, pastoral care programme through feeding the poor and homeless, capacity building through microfinance and skills acquisition programmes for young people, single mothers and healthcare through hospitals. The Congregation have over 250 primary school kids, 120 high school children and 30 nursing students under our care to acquire quality education and vocational skills. It works with children and women in remote rural and impoverished areas to maximise and widening their learning and socioeconomic opportunities. It runs orphanages for destitute, homes for elderly people, mentally challenged, working in prisons, rescued street children, children living with HIV & AIDS, children with disability and providing them shelter, food, healthcare and education. The Congregation has a base in the United Kingdom with headquarter at Birmingham and working with homeless, refugees and asylum seekers in England, Ireland and Scotland. It registered in England to carry out its humanitarian activities in the United Kingdom. All Sisters trained to provide quality services and care to marginalised groups and individuals.