Duffuor foundation, Black Stars donate to 3 orphanages – Starr Fm

The Duffour foundation and the Black Stars of Ghana on Saturday, June 10, donated food items among other things to the Kumasi Children’s home, Sister of Charity and other national orphanage homes in Kumasi in the Ashanti region.

The donation was also supported by Uni Bank the main sponsors of the Blacks Stars.

The team led by Captain Asamoah Gyan donated bags of rice, gallons of oil, cartons of milk, toiletries and other items to the home.

The donation according to the Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Football Association is part of their contribution towards showing love and care for the poor children.

“This donation comes from our heart, we are here to tell you we love you guys and will continue to support you from our heart so you will grow up to become responsible citizens,” Saani Daara said.

Assistant Supervisor, of Kumasi Children’s home Mabel Boamah, who received the items on behalf of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection commended the Black Stars and the Duffour Foundation for the kind gesture.

“On behalf of the ministry of gender children and social protection and our children at the Kumasi children’s home, I wish to say thank you very much to Ghana Black Stars, Duffour Foundation and Uni Bank, major sponsors of the Ghana Black Stars, may God Bless you for your kind gesture”.

She added “Infact we are happy seeing you here, interacting with the children alone gives them hope that they can also grow up to become somebody in our society”.

In a related development, the Duffuor Foundation has sponsored the surgeries of Fortune Ameveadzi and Moses Kwaku Ayensu.

Fortune, is a 16-year-old patient of the National Cardiothoracic Centre who has been diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot, a critical hole in heart condition which requires 5000 dollars for treatment.

Moses is also a 5 month old who was born with two webbed thumbs which will also cost 5000 Ghana cedis for a surgery.

Published on 12 June 2017 | 10:34 am at Source