i-VickyMends Foundation Club has donated food items to the KITH Care Mental Home Center at Apemdo in the Effia Kwesimintsim Municipality in the Western Region.
The donation forms part of the Foundation’s mandate to build and foster friendship through giving and fortifying positive activism.
The items included bags of rice, toiletries, bags of sachet water, clothes and bottles of oil.
Receiving the items, owner of Kith Care Home Center Madam Habiba Fuseini expressed her immense gratitude for the kind gesture.
“We are very grateful for remembering us this day to give us these items. Words cannot express how happy we are about the kind gesture,” she said.
“We would like to use this opportunity to appeal to other philanthropists to come to our aid and assist us as and when they can.”
Speaking in an interview, the Chief Executive Officer of i-VickyMends Foundation Club, Victoria Nana Amoh, stated how happy they are always to assist the needy and less privileged in society.
“Even though these items may not be enough, we hope it will at least lessen your burden and have some impact on your livelihood because it is our mandate to put smiles on the faces of the less privileged in society.”
The KITH Care Home Center is a center that caters for persons with mental disorder. The center currently has a population of about 70 made up of both male, female and children.