ASA Savings and Loans supports Pacesetters Autism Centre


The Pacesetters Autism Centre in Tema Community Eleven has received support from the ASA Savings and Loans Limited to ensure the smooth running of the facility.

ASA Savings and Loans presented three pieces of double beds, two pieces of student metallic desk, pieces of office leather chairs and a lamination pouch, front desk and its accessories, several types of office arch files as well as various types of learning materials for children with special needs.

The rest are: one 50kg perfume rice, packs of sachet water, four large waste bins, three pieces of office dustbins as well as two pieces of Veronica buckets to mitigate sanitation challenges.

Mrs. Baaba Enchill, Founder and Director of the centre, who received the items, was grateful to management of ASA for such a great support and called on benevolent individuals and corporate bodies to support the center.

According to her, the Autism Centre has over 40 children mostly within teen ages and a staff strength of 20. who manage these children with developmental disorder.

Autism spectrum disorder impacts the nervous system. Treatment can help, but the condition can’t be cured,” she explained.

Richmond Afari Hayford, Tema Area Manager of ASA Savings and Loans Ltd and Leslie Amegashie, the Tema Branch Manager, presenting the items on behalf of the company, assured the communities in which the company operates of their continued support.

The CSR Manager of ASA Savings and Loans, Richard Nartey, said the kind gesture is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility, adding that similar gestures are replicated across all operational areas of the company.

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