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Sprout Foundation Africa Fetes Orphange

Sprout Foundation Africa, an Accra-based Non-Profit Organization (NGO) aimed at supporting the vulnerable in society in partnership with Living Room Restaurant, has feted over 200 children of Kingdom Dynamic Future Home Ghana (KIDYFH-Ghana) and Chosen Children Center, and donated items worth GH¢10,000.00 to the homes as part of its annual Christmas Charity Feast.

The Christmas charity feast which was organized at the living room restaurant in East Legon was to give the children the opportunity to share in the joy of the season.

The items presented included clothes, bags of rice, bottles of cooking oil, cartons of drinks, boxes of noddles, candies, toiletries, toys, teaching and learning materials among many other items, to aid in the smooth running of the home.

As part of the feast, the children were engaged in dancing and singing competition as well as play and learn activities that built their cognitive skills.

Speaking on behalf of the children, Mr. Charles Mainoo, CEO of Living Room Restaurant expressed appreciation to Sprout Foundation for their kind gesture and called on other organizations to emulate the good works of the foundation.

Sprout Foundation Africa, since its registration as an NGO in 2017, has helped the poor and vulnerable in society especially women and children through the distribution of educational materials, sponsorship of needy students, payment of hospital bills for needy mothers, among many other philanthropic works.

It is poised to sponsoring over 1,000 students annually with financial aid and educational materials, provide food and clothing to the vulnerable in society, train over 100 women and girls in vocational trade, host fora and provide holistic training for women and young girls, create awareness on social and health problems for children, young girls and women, assist disadvantaged communities with needed facilities and improve the psychological needs of the vulnerable and marginalized in rural communities.

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