Christmas would forever remain a season of giving and to be part of the experience, the Korea & Ghana Development Firm has donated items worth GHC50,000 to the Princess Marie Louise Children's Hospital.
The MD of the construction firm, Mr. Joojo Dines revealed that as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility, they help less privileged children every year.
“Last year we did it for Osu Children’s Home and this year, we want to give to children here (Princess Marie Louise Children's Hospital) to celebrate Christmas”.
Mr. Dines added that the donation was consistent with the vision of the company and thanked the staff and management of the hospital for the good works they have been performing for the children.
Items such as baby diapers, toilet paper, bags of rice, gallons of cooking oil, bars of soap, sacks of sugar, tins of chocolate beverages were presented to the hospital.
Rev. Father Campbell, Board Chairman of the Hospital praised KO&G for their marvelous support to the children and the hospital. He called on other institutions to emulate the kind gesture of KO&G to continue supporting under privileged children in the society.
The Management and staff of the hospital also expressed their immense gratitude to KO&G for their support and contribution to the well-being of the children.
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