Some of the kids enjoying their meals
Over 300 children from selected children’s homes and orphanages and their supervisors were feted by First Atlantic Bank during the Yuletide in Accra.
The party was hosted for children from the Village of Hope, Prime Care Network Volunteers, African Child Academy and the Believers Pentecostal Orphanage, among others.
The kids were treated to a variety of meals and drinks, games, face painting, dancing competitions.
Christmas presents such as stationery and corporate gifts items were offered by Father Christmas.
Speaking at the party, Head of Corporate Communications and Service Quality of First Atlantic Bank, Eli Muzzu entreated the children not to be discouraged by their present circumstances but believe that the future would be bright.
He underpinned the bank’s commitment to giving back to society and more especially to the underprivileged.
In his remarks, the MD/CEO of First Atlantic Bank, Gabriel Edgal thanked the supervisors for their devotion and dedication to the upkeep of the children.
“You have done a yeoman’s job and God will bless you bountifully.”
He asked the children to be respectful and take their studies seriously.
The party was part of First Atlantic Bank’s ‘Share the Joy’ campaign, which was aimed at putting smiles on the faces of children during the festive season.
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