Save Nations Foundation (SNF), a non-governmental organization, demonstrated an exemplary act of philanthropy by donating several essential items to the Chosen Children’s Center in Accra. The donated items included bags of rice, cooking oil, boxes of soft drinks, milk, packs of water, and some cooked rice. The center received the donation with gratitude and appreciation.
Presenting the items to the management, Co-Executive Founder /Country Director of Save Nations Foundation Mr. Isaac Kofi Dzokpo stated that the visit was not merely a donation drive but also an opportunity for interaction and engagement, as SNF members spent quality time engaging with the children, fostering an atmosphere of warmth and encouragement.
“The donation was being supported by three philanthropists in Canada and the UK; namely Christian Oduro, Andrews Agyekum, and Andy Darko Agyemang. They decided to partner with Save Nations Foundation to help put a smile on the faces of these lovely children as celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ,” he explained.
Save Nations Foundation deemed it necessary to bring joy to underprivileged children in a way that Christ would have done. The Chosen Children’s Center was selected to support the Management’s efforts and other existing NGOs that are dedicated to advocating for this cause.
Mr. Samuel Osei, Co-Executive Founder, reiterated the foundation’s unwavering commitment to collaborating with governmental bodies and relevant stakeholders globally, aiming to address the challenges faced by children.
“Save Nations Foundation’s gesture echoes the essence of Christmas, resonating with the values of empathy and generosity, aiming to bring warmth and cheer to children in need,” he stressed.
Receiving the items, on behalf of the Orphanage Home, Madam Felicity Ali, lauded Save Nations Foundation’s benevolence, acknowledging the significant impact such contributions have on the welfare and development of the children in their care.
This act of kindness serves as an example of the values that the Save Nations Foundation embodies, motivating others to do the same and help improve society as a whole. However, she urges philanthropists, NGOs, and corporate entities to lend their assistance in finishing a construction project that will provide classrooms and dormitories for children.
Save Nations Foundation is a non-governmental organization committed to creating positive and lasting change in impoverished communities around the world to make the world a better place for all and sundry. With a commitment to sustainable development, we strive to create lasting change that empowers those in need.