Officials of the companies, including Richard Adjei (1st from left) with the orphans
Elie Company Limited (ECL), a vehicle testing and inspection station and Fix Consult, an advertising agency, has collaborated with Kasapreko Company Limited to donate assorted non-alcoholic beverages, food items and clothing to the Rising Star Orphanage at Dodowa.
The items, worth GH¢10,000, was meant to support the children for the New Year celebrations and academic development.
The orphanage offers non-formal education to the orphans and teaches them Arithmetic, English and General Science.
Samuel Kwesi Sackey, Managing Director of Elie Company Ltd, said the donation, which was part of the company’s social responsibility, was to help needy children.
He said his outfit remains passionate about the development of underprivileged children and their wellbeing, advising orphans to remain obedient to their caretakers and take their lessons seriously.
Seadorf Bosiako, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fix Consult, asked the children not to engage in activities that could restrict their growth into responsible adults.
He pledged his support to the development of the orphanage, stating “we are ready to support the orphanage’s activities anytime we are called upon.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kasapreko Company Limited, Richard Adjei, said Kasapreko collaborated with the two companies to make the donation because the initiative was in line with his company’s mission.
“One of our missions at Kasapreko is to empower the needy in society and to show them love through the act of giving. It is this principle that made us support the donation,” he said.
Victoria Sampson, Director, Rising Star Orphanage, expressed gratitude to them for supporting the children.
A Business Desk report