SAPS international School located in Teshie-Nungua in the Greater Accra Region, on Thursday donated assorted items in support of Citi FM’s Help A Christmas Child” initiative.
The annual event comes under Citi Foundation, which is the corporate social responsibility arm of the station.
The event seeks to support deprived communities feel the joy of Christmas on every December 26, Boxing Day.
This year, the station will extend the gesture to the people of Adamrobe at Nsawam-Aburi in the Eastern Region.
SAPS school, which has supported the project annually, donated assorted items comprising several bags of rice, soft drinks, biscuits and confectioneries.
The school has consistently donated towards a number of such initiatives by Citi FM including the Easter Orphan project which is also geared towards supporting some selected orphanages in Ghana every Easter.
Citi FM undertakes this project by soliciting for funds and support from its listeners to make it successful.
For several years, the station has put smiles on the faces of residents of deprived communities in the country with particular focus on children.
In 2015, the staff of the station spent Boxing Day at Sota and Abonya, whilst the people of Manchie and Korleman were the beneficiaries of the project in 2016.
On both occasions, the children were given a real treat, as there was a lot to eat and drink, as well as music for those who wanted to shuffle their feet.
How to donate
Interested persons can donate to the project in cash or kind.
Donations of rice, sugar, oil, canned food, milk, biscuits, toys and confectionery, can be made at the front desk of the station, which is located at Number 11 Dr Morton Street, behind the Adabraka Police Station.
Cash donations can also be sent via mobile money on 0550900006 or 0205973973, whilst you can call 0302226013 for more information.
By: Godwin Allotey/citifmonline.com/Ghana
Published on 2017-12-08 07:38:26 at Source