… to give inmates dignified life
Founder and Coordinator of Happy Family Shelter (HFS), MS Gifty Annan is appealing to individuals and corporate organizations to extend a hand of support to inmates of her outfit.
This, according to her would offer the orphanage home to give the over sixty inmates a dignified life.
MS Annan made the call on Wednesday, December 23, 2020, where the Shakers and Movers Educational (SAME) Foundation, a non-profit organization presented a donation of assorted items worth over GHS8,000 as a token of their love to put back smiles on the lips of the inmates of HFS in Accra within the Greater Accra Region.
Amongst the items presented were a 3500 litre poly tank, bags of rice, school bags, pair of shoes, bottles of cooking oil, toys and toiletries.
Others were washing powder, soft drinks, books, pens, pencils, erasers and biscuits. Receiving the donation, the Founder and Coordinator, MS. Gifty Annan expressed her outfit’s utmost appreciation and the Almighty God’s continued blessings to the members of SAME Foundation and prayed for a perpetual relationship.
The donations, according to the Chairman of the Ghana branch of SAME, Al-Hassan Kodwo Baidoo who spoke to journalists on the sidelines of the donation, indicated it formed part of their orphan support project.
He further intimated that those inmates, some of whom were drawn from the streets hold a greater prospect of becoming great professionals for the future.
According to him, the foundation seized it as an opportunity to put smiles on the faces of inmates of the orphanage home, an act they pride highly, therefore, expressed appreciation to the Almighty God for the opportunity.
On his part, the President of SAME, USA, and Ghana indicated that the drive for the formation and subsequent registration both in the United States of America and Ghana stemmed from his background.
Being a person from a very humble background with no father and underprivileged, he saw the need to the reason someone would smile and a shoulder to climb to greater heights.
“I grew up in a very poor family and I know it is the assistance from others that actually helped me to become Dr. Campbell today”, he noted.
“They were not my family members but were people who said Let’s help this young man and that’s why I am called Dr. Campbell today adding, just as others did for me to fly on their wings, just so do I want to do for this little ones”, he assured.
“It doesn’t matter where you’re getting life, you do not have to forget where you’re coming from”, he admonished.
In order to work across the regions of Ghana, Dr. Campbell noted that the foundation was registered in all regions of Ghana, just to facilitate the process of extending assistance to the underprivileged within their reach.
He further assured the orphanage of his outfit’s continued support.
Story: Prosper Kwaku Selassy
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