- Members of the Central Region Kasoa Youth Choir blessed needy pupils of St Stephen’s Anglican Basic with stationery and uniforms
- According to Joel Nkrumah Kwafo, the organizer of the choir, they were able to select dozens of students for the gifts with the help of school authorities
- In total, with contributions from choir members and some donations, the group spent GH₵5,000 to buy 50 school uniforms, 200 exercise books and more.
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On Friday, May 13, 2022, the Kasoa Youth Choir, as part of its corporate social responsibilities, donated school uniforms, exercise books and other stationery items to St. Stephen as part of the Our Kids Our Future (OKOF) initiative.
Master Joel Nkrumah Kwafo, the organizer of the Kasoa Youth Choir tells YEN.com.gh that the choir has selected 50 students with material needs (especially those with torn school uniforms) to benefit from the donation of the year.
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“The donated items worth GH₵5,000 included 50 school uniforms, 200 notebooks, 300 pencils, 5 boxes of pencils, 50 pens, erasers, pencil sharpeners and a soccer ball,” he said. he declares.
In a short ceremony held at the school, the school principal, Mrs. Eva Turkson thanked the choir for the items and asked the Lord’s blessings for the choir, and asked the choir to continue the initiative because it will last a long way to help many schoolchildren.
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Master Joel Nkrumah Kwafo, the organizer of Kasoa Youth Choir also urged the students to learn regularly and obey their teachers.
Pastor Ransford Gyasi (Youth and Music Director for SDA’s Pioneer Ghana Conference and Choir Chaplain) prayed over the items and handed them over.
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Ghanaian NGO As I Grow blesses disadvantaged schools with textbooks, school uniforms and more
In another story, the NGO As I Grow, a non-governmental organization based in Larteh-Akuapem, has taken it upon itself to support, educate and provide a lifeline to disadvantaged communities and schools.
The organization has taken an emergency step to provide uniforms, whiteboard markers, exercise books, textbooks, pens, pencils and other teaching materials to some underprivileged schools.
As I Grow Ngo donated these items to Attabui Elementary School in Akuapem North Municipality and Miawani MA Elementary School in Suhum Municipality.