Enhancing Lives Organisation, an umbrella body of non-profit chasing Ghanaians abroad has today Saturday December 26, 2020 in partnership with Jaksally Development Organisation donated packs of items to the Sawla Children’s home at Sawla in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District of the Savannah Region in fulfilment of their annual Chrismas donations to the less privileged in society.
The children’s home received assorted drinks, gallons of cooking oil, bags of rice, toiletries, boxes of biscuits, boxes of frozen chicken, detergents, crates of eggs and among others.
Founder and Executive Director for Jaksally Development Organisation, Mr. Seidu Jeremiah who did the donation on behalf of Enhancing Lives Organisation in an interview with Ntv News, noted that the gesture was an opportunity to give back to society and most importantly a way for the children to share in the joy of the yuletide.
He called on and encouraged all benevolent individuals and organisations to put smiles on the faces of the underprivileged and destitutes in the society.
He further opined that the gesture was to show love and to also let them know they were not forgotten and alone, but remembered.
The manager of the Sawla Children’s Home, Pastor Emmanuel who received the items on behalf of the children expressed gratitude for the generosity done by Enhancing Lives Organisation in partnership with Jaksally Development Organisation. He asked for God’s guidance and protection for the donors and arged other philanthropists to emulate the gesture by Changing Lives.
He disclosed that the home aims at supporting orphans and neglected kids, describing it as a “home for the homeless” that takes care of the needy and offers vocational skills training, to improve the lives of the underprivileged in society.
The Sawla Children’s Home since it’s inception in 2007 has produced trained teachers, nurses, university graduates and a host of others and currently has a population of fifty-three (53) children comprising of twenty-six (26) and twenty-seven (27)
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