Beneficiaries of Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) in the Bolgatanga Municipality of Upper East Region have donated assorted items worth ghc1, 000 to Mama Laadi Children’s Home in Yorogo.
The items include gallons of cooking oil, cans of soft drinks, toiletries, bathing soap, bags of rice and washing powder.
The donation was in line with the celebration of the 1-year anniversary of the pro poor policy introduced by government.
Presenting the items to the orphanage on behalf of beneficiaries, Bolgatanga Municipal Coordinator of NABCO, Johnson Agolmah explained that it was the interest of beneficiaries of NABCO in the Municipality to assist the vulnerable in society especially needy children.
“We are celebrating our 1-year anniversary so the trainees in the Bolga Municipal decided that we give something small back to the society. We know it is not easy for Mama Laadi’s Home. So we decided to buy some out of the little that we have so that they can use for food the little ones for the meantime”.
Mr. Agolmah while commending managers of the home for the initiative which is geared towards empowering vulnerable children to be fit well into the society called on other benevolent persons to assist the needy in society
“When it comes to Christmas, New Year and other festive occasions people celebrate but we should always think of how we support the support”, he admonished.
Receiving the items on behalf of the home, Aduko Paul a caretaker, thanked the NABCO beneficiaries for the gesture.
While pledging to put into good use the items donated he called for support from the public to assist the home by emulating same