Staff and management of Kumasi Fotostore have reached out to inmates of King Jesus Charity at Boadi in the Ashanti Region as part of their social responsibility.
The move is to support the home in providing the basic needs of inmates.
The home, which relies solely on public generosity for survival, provides social and educational need for street children, orphans and children from poor families.
Over 200 inmates are being supported in their primary to tertiary level education.
In its quest to lend a helping hand to the needy in society, Kumasi Fotostore has presented assorted items such as bags of rice, cooking oil, drinks, and toiletries among others to the home.
Receiving the items, the secretary to the home, Moses Danso, thanked the group for the timely intervention.
He said the items will enable the home provide adequate care for the children.
The donors also organized a party for the inmates to join them in celebrating their one year of existence.
Manager of Kumasi Fotostore Miracle Yorke said the company is one year old and the donation is part of activities for the celebration.
He noted that showing love and care to the inmates makes them feel not isolated from the society.
Mr Yorke called on benevolent individuals and institutions to assist the home in the upbringing of the children.
Kumasi-based movie actor, Bill Asamoah, commended Kumasi Fotostore for putting smile on the faces on the inmates.
He entreated them to continue giving generously to the society.