Fanmilk continues support for Covid-19 Fight: 2nd wave of donations to frontline personnel


FanMilk Ghana Limited, a member of Danone, has made another donation to support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana.

Last week, FanMilk presented 15,600 bottles of drinking Yoghurt (FanMaxx) to the Ridge Hospital and the Noguchi Medical Research Institute to support their efforts at fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Thursday 10th April, FanMilk made a second donation of FanMaxx to support other relevant Frontline institutions. Institutions that received the donation include the Kumasi Center for Collaborative Research, National Police Headquarters (Cantonments), Accra Regional Police Headquarters and the Kumasi Regional Police Headquarters. 

Speaking at the presentation to the National Police Headquarters, Dr. Hazel Berrard Amuah (HR Director FanMilk) representing the CEO of Fan Milk West Africa and MD of Fan Milk Ghana (Yeo Ziobeieton) commended the Police Command for their good work so far in enforcing the lockdown.

She said, “Last week we donated to Frontline Medical Staff. Today we are here to support you, Frontline Security Personnel. We recognize the hard work you put in to maintain law and order in these trying times. We know how busy the day gets for most of you, with long hours exerting a lot of energy on the job. We want to help re-energize you when your fuel is low, supporting you as we fight against COVID-19 in Ghana together”.

“We at FanMilk are dedicated to providing nutritious food to as many people as possible to improve our impact on the communities we serve. We are regularly reminded of the dedication and resilience of all frontline staff and truly appreciate all your efforts. We encourage you to continue with the good work and believe that together we will win this fight against the COVID-19 pandemic”.

The donation to the Frontline Institutions was followed up by a Drive-through Refreshment Caravan to refresh and energize security personnel on the ground at various checkpoints on key routes in Accra and Kumasi.

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