The Royal Seed Orphanage Home at Kasoa-Papase in the Central Region, has benefited from a donation worth several thousands of cedis by the ‘My Help, Your Help’ foundation.
The humanitarian NGO also feted inmates of the care home to sumptuous meals and good music as well as alluring treats, including face-painting, cadet drills, talent display, dance, bible and poetry recitals.
The donation on Saturday, December 21 was led by the leader of the foundation, Mr Nicholas Cofie.
Items donated included air-conditioners, toiletries, clothes, bags of rice, sugar, groceries, soft drinks, cooked food as well as an undisclosed cash.
My Help Your Help
According to Mr Cofie, the NGO was established on March 21, 2018 at Adentan in Accra, purposely to help orphans and the needy, explaining that growing up as an orphan himself motivated him to establish the foundation to assist others.
He said the about 170 members contribute regularly towards donation projects.
He advised parents, young girls and guardians to be more responsible, calling on government, individuals and the general public to come together to help support the less privileged in society.
Royal Seed Orphanage Home
The founder of the Royal Seed Orphanage Home, Mrs Naomi Amoah who last year won the MTN Heroes of Change diadem, expressed gratitude to My Help Your Help foundation for the thoughtful gesture and said she began the home with only four children but now caters for about 300 children.
She said from the humble beginnings, many inmates of the home have risen to be nurses, teachers and many more in various universities in the country, explaining that help as shown by My Help Your Help is always in short supply and called on the government and public spirited individuals and institutions to come to their aid.