Adwoa Safo Foundation Donates Cash, Items To Two Orphanages
Member of Parliament (MP) for Dome Kwabenya Constituency, Sarah Adwoa Safo has donated some food items, water, toys and an undisclosed amount of money to two Orphanages in the Dome Kwabenya Constituency.
According to her, the donations forms part of the Adwoa Safo Foundation's aims which looks at taking care of the needy and less privileged in the society.
Delivering the items and cash, Hon Adwoa Safo said “I am here once again on behalf of the Foundation to donate these items to my little brothers and sisters. As promised, you are on my heart and I will ensure I provide all you need to make you feel happy”
The MP who doubles as Founder of the Adwoa Safo Foundation tasked the managers of both Orphanages to ensure each child benefits from the donations presented.
She also used the opportunity to educate the children in both Orphanages on the need to regularly wash their hands with soap under running water, use sanitizers and adhere to the social distancing directive.
Hon Adwoa Safo hinted that adhering to the directives by President Akufo-Addo will go a long way to ensure the spread of novel virus is reduced.
Receiving the items, Manager at the HandiVangelism Orphanage, Pastor Ashley thanked the Member of Parliament for the kind gesture and assured the kids will not be denied access to the items presented.
On the other hand, Founder of Home of Motherly Love Foundation, Rev’d John Azumah used the occasion to call on other Philanthropists and Organisations to emulate the kind gestures of Member of Parliament (MP) for Dome Kwabenya Constituency, Sarah Adwoa Safo and reach out to the less privileged in the society.
Some children who spoke to Thinknewsonline.com could not hide their joy as they prayed for the MP and wished her well.
The kids at Home of Motherly Love Foundation sang and danced with the MP.
The items presented to each Orphanage includes; bags of rice, 15 bags of sachets water, 50 face masks, 5 gallons of sanitizer, 10 tubes of yam, toys, tissue papers, 2 veronica buckets, an undisclosed amount of money among others.
The Adwoa Safo Foundation says it believes the items will go a long way to help in caring for the children.
Story by Joshua Kwabena Smith