Abrantie Invest Foundation, the charity wing of Abrantie College of Cosmetology and Fashion, has donated assorted items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to three orphanages in Accra. The items include beverages, soaps, toiletries, toothpaste, medications, cloths, rice, provisions, among others.
The orphanages are New Life Children Home, located at Nungua, Assurances of Hope for the Needy, and Teshie Children Home, both located at Teshie.
In all, a total of 190 children from the various orphanages benefitted from the benevolent gesture which forms part of the newly launched foundation’s plans to put smiles on the faces of the needy ones within the Ghanaian society.
Touched by the plight of the inmates, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Abrantie College, King David Thompson, decided to go beyond the donation by offering a fully-paid scholarships in fashion designing to the orphans, one of whom will commence school in January, 2018.
The philanthropist who was accompanied by staff of his College noted the need for orphans to be supported to enable them unearth their God given talents. For the beneficiaries, it was all smiles and praises for the Foundation.
CEO of New Life Children Home, Cephas Afotey Mensah and his counterpart, Rev. Enoch Mensah, of Assurances of Hope for the Needy, all expressed their profound gratitude to the Foundation, praying for God to replenish it.