E.K.K Charity Foundation Donates Fetes 50 Widows In Sunyani
The Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) for E.K.K Charity Foundation based in Kumasi, Mr. Evans Kofi Kwarfo, brought smiles to the Divine Salvation Widows on chrisms day at Yawhima near Sunyani in the Bono-Ahafo region.
As part of the social responsibility to the less privileged in the society, Mr. Kwarfo donated items estimated over GH¢10,000.00 to the widows. The items included bags of rice, cooking oil and chicken.
Donating the items, Mr. Kwarfo admonished the public to support widows and the needy at all times.
"This is something that has been on my heart always; to support widows, widowers and the less privileged and am not doing it in Sunyani alone but across the country” he said.
"I have been doing charity works in Kumasi, Accra, and Takoradi, but this is my first time here in Sunyani and it is just the beginning” he assured.
Mr. Kwarfo said it is Godly to support the widow as it glorifies God, and therefore appealed for support from NGOs, benevolent societies, individuals and institutions to help widows and the vulnerable.
The Leader of the Association, Pastor George Blay, who received the items, expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the leadership for the act of kindness and prayed the blessings of God for the association.“Thank you for putting smiles on the faces of the widows”, he said.
Some of the widows expressed gratitude to the leader of E.K.K Charities Foundation for his immense support, saying “We are very grateful for this kind gesture, now we, (widows) too will celebrate the Christmas with our children".
E.K.K Charity Foundation also held Christmas party for Nyamaa Special School in Sunyani.
The party was organized to put smiled on the faces of the children and give them reason to live and to feel loved.
They were treated to good music and tunes that they danced to and were fed as they party with guests, teachers and members of the association.
James Yeboah Frimpong,the headmaster of the school,called for support to train more children with Down Syndrome problems.