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Show love to the needy - Stacy

BY: Elorm Kojo Ntumy
A health screening exercise organised by Stacy.
A health screening exercise organised by Stacy.

MS Stacy Amewoyi, CEO of Stacy M. Foundation, a non-governmental organisation, has asked the public to show love and support to the less privileged in society. 

Stacy whose NGO has embarked on a number of philanthropic activities in various regions of the country as well as in some other African countries such as Togo and Mali said the focus of humanity should be about demonstrating love to others.

In a chat with Showbiz on Monday, Stacy said Christ is the answer to many of the problems people face in life. “ Christ is the secret of reigning over every adversity, lack and destructive habit that is limiting people from experiencing the success, wholeness and victory that they are destined to enjoy.

“ It is not about what they have to do, but what has already been done. It is not about what they must accomplish but what has already been accomplished for them. It is not about using your will power to effect change but His power changing you,” she added.

On Saturday, September 9, the Stacy M foundation will organise a free health screening for members of the public at the dansoman market, Accra.

This will be followed by an orientation and public education on self-employment, small scale business management, marketing and practical lessons on CPR at the Stacy M Foundation School located at Bubuashie in Accra.

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A donation exercise will follow a week later in some selected cities across Africa.

Stacy who is also the CEO of New York Fashion Boutique in the United States described her foundation as a ministry made up exclusively of volunteers— lawyers, doctors, makeup artistes among other professionals in both the US and Ghana who have dedicated their lives to making the world a better place.

Stacy credits her great-grand aunt for instilling in her the gift of being kind-hearted and giving to the poor in society. “Although my great-grand aunt did not have children of her own, she took care of everyone and showed love and support to anyone who needed it,” she added.

According to Stacy, her foundation which has sent about 35 beneficiaries outside the country to better their lives also trains and empowers the less privileged with skills in hairdressing, makeup artistry, decoration, catering among others.