Woman in the Mirror, a not-for-profit Christian organization, will on Christmas Day, December 25, fete over 500 needy and underprivileged persons in some notable and selected communities in Accra.
The initiative dubbed, “Heart to Hand” according to the organization, will be held in collaboration with ‘Prayer Beauties’, a network of young ladies with a passion for prayer – a sister organization of ‘Woman in the Mirror’.
Founder and LEAD of ‘Woman in the Mirror’, Doris Delong, said this year’s initiative is to place special focus on the underprivileged through the sharing of 500 packs of nutritious meal from the Accra Mall to Achimota overhead, through to Lapaz and Nyamekye.
“Inasmuch as we encourage people through the word of God, we also want to share the tangibles of God’s grace not only through words but by directly touching lives” she said.
Woman in the Mirror, Mrs Delong noted, has received some level of partnership with individuals who believed in the project and are willing to positively impact lives in society.
The organization, has also in the last few years, since its inception in 2019, provided free vocational training and assistance to about ten individuals in the areas of hairdressing and dress making.
“These persons have somehow become useful to themselves and their families. They initially had no hope but we stepped in to assist and we at the ‘Woman in the Mirror’, wish to do more in the coming years through the support and prayers of our partners” she said.
‘Woman in the Mirror’ wishes to partner individuals and corporate organizations to be able to give more assistance to needy people. It aims to have its own vocational and training centre in the future to provide free training for the underprivileged in society.