The Support A Needy (SAN) Foundation, on Saturday, 26 December 2020, made a donation worth thousands of cedis to the Home of Hope Orphanage in Gomoa Tarkwa, in the Gomoa Central Constituency of the Central Region.

The donation was undertaken on behalf of the SAN Foundation by Mr. Godson Sackey, the President of the two-year-old non-governmental organization.

Items donated included groceries, clothes, stationery and toiletries such as bags of rices, boxes of biscuits, cartons of milk, cooking oil, boxes of bottled water, detergents, boxes of indomie, tissues, shoes, sugar, clothes, beverages, and toilet rolls to the Home for the children’s usage.

Presenting the items, Mr. Sackey, said the kind gesture was in line with the non-profit organization’s dream to provide for the needs of the underprivileged in the society, including children in orphanages.

He reiterated the founding objective of the Foundation to primarily put smiles on children’s faces and giving hope to the less privileged.

The items were received on behalf of the children by the manager of the facility, Mr. John Essah.

Mr. Essah and his team were extremely excited and appreciated the benevolence by the Support A Needy (SAN) Foundation

In his speech, Mr. Essah was full of praise for the Foundation for coming to the aid of the orphanage in their bid to eradicate poverty in the society.

Present at the short ceremony were Vice President of the Foundation, Ms. Ama Sama Bartels, and other senior executive members including; Ms. Abena Adobea Odame, Mr. Daniel Sackey, Mr. Maxwell Baiden and Mr. Alexander Obeng.

Mr. George Mac-Lopez Aidoo, Ms. Andrea Asamoah, Mr. Enoch Yamoah, Ms. Maame Korankyewaa, Mr. Paa Kwesi Johnson, Ms Maud Koomson and Ms Hannah Yankson among other members of the SAN Foundation were also in attendance.

Shortly after the presentation, members of the SAN Foundation shared words of encouragement, advised and played various games with the children at the orphanage home.

Established two years ago, Support A Needy has been donating through its annual charity program in which they donate to needy organizations and providing livelihood support to vulenerable groups in society particuallrly women and children as well as persons living with disability with the view to tackling inequality and promoting inclusiveness in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Story by : Ama Sama Bartels

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