Ayisha Yakubu-Halid’s The LAY Foundation supports elderly women and widows ahead of Ramadan 2023

Over 100 elderly women and widows within three   Muslim communities in greater Accra have been supported by The LAY foundation ahead of the holy month of Ramadan.

The beneficiaries from Darkuman, Mamobi and Nima received food items that included dairy products, rice, drinks, water, and meat amongst others.

This is the second edition of the Ramadan relief project by The LAY Foundation, an initiative by Tv3 news anchor Ayisha Yakubu-Halid and the first of many project for 2023.

In its first year, some widows in Accra Newtown benefited from the initiative.

Kayayees and street children in Madina and Shiashie were also provided some food items to mark the foundation’s one year anniversary last year.

The LABARAN ADARGO YAKUBU Foundation, shortened as The LAY Foundation is a non-governmental organization with the aim of assisting persons in groups considered vulnerable like widows, orphans and needy children.

Founded in 2021, the organization is dedicated to creating and maintaining a society that is fulfilling for all, especially women and girls, through the provision of not only financial and material assistance but also emotional and familial support to them as well.

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The LAY Foundation’s second Ramadan relief project was sponsored by Twellium Industrial Company, ECL Cold Store, This Way Chocolate Drink with support from Yoga Fresh.



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