Fiesta Royale Hotel supports Dzorwulu Special School

BY: Daily Graphic
Jaco Kotze (2nd Right) joined by Mrs Yvonne Eyeson and other executives of the hotel to hand over the items to Mrs Veronica Sackey (3rd left)

Fiesta Royale Hotel in Accra has donated food items and cleaning products to the Dzorwulu Special School for the handicapped.

The items included: bags of rice, flour, margarine, milk, oats, beverages, tinned tomatoes, oil, disinfectants, scrub brushes, treated mosquito nets, mineral water, buckets, mops and mop buckets.  According to the hotel, the donation of the items is a corporate social responsibility initiative targeted at supporting the less-privileged in society.

Christmas

The General Manager of the Hotel, Jaco Kotze, led a delegation from the hotel to hand over the items to the school and acknowledged that “Christmas is the time for giving and sharing and for us at Fiesta Royale Hotel it gives us joy to lend our support yearly to orphans, hospitals and the disabled who are the most vulnerable in our society.”

He commended the management and staff of the school for their hard work and support for the children and urged them to wholeheartedly continue with the delivery of utmost service to put smiles on the faces of the kids.

Receiving the items on behalf of the school, the Headteacher, Mrs Veronica Sackey, expressed gratitude to Fiesta Royale Hotel for recognising the school as a beneficiary of its corporate social responsibility initiative this year.

Challenges

She urged other corporate entities and individuals to emulate the hotel’s example, indicating that the school was facing numerous challenges which the government alone could not solve.

“We have been getting support over the years from corporate entities, non-governmental organisations, individuals and churches which we very much appreciate,” she said

In an interview with the media, the Sales and Marketing Manager of Fiesta Royale Hotel, Mrs Yvonne Eyeson, reiterated that the hotel would continue to factor into its corporate social responsibility programmes, the welfare of the needy as a way of giving back to society.

She entreated the public to join the hotel this festive season for fun-packed activities and also be reminded of the facility’s modern conference rooms for rent and a conducive place for parties and programme.