The former Second Lady, Mrs. Matilda Amissah-Arthur, continues to ‘break the myth’ by helping the less privileged in society. In consistent with her promise to spend time with underprivileged kids as part of her social responsibility to children, Mrs. Amissah-Arthur, through the Breaking the Myth Foundation, visited the Kokrobite Chiltern Centre, an orphanage and a school in Accra. She donated food items – bags of rice, cooking oil, candies, drinks, and other consumables – to support the children. Donating the items, Mrs. Matilda Amissah Arthur said, she was keeping with her commitment towards the well-being of the children at the home, something she has being doing over the years. As part of her passion to encourage children to adopt good reading habits, she also donated reading books and some educational materials for special needs to support the children. She advised the children to work hard and give maximum respect to their caregivers. Mrs. Amissah-Arthur took the opportunity to thank the management of the school for their commitment in caregiving to such great children in society. On behalf of the School, Jane, Martial took the opportunity to thank the Second Lady for her Kind gesture and support not only for the center but the role she continue to play by helping the less privileged in society She also expressed her gratitude to the Second Lady for fulfilling her commitments at this particular time, since the children really needed them. The Kokrobite Chiltern Centre was set up in 2004 by Jane and Martial Zohoungbogbo. They work with children and their families to give and sustain quality education; they also work with local schools to provide resources, teacher development and assistance with individual projects, e.g building toilets and provision of electricity. It also offer out of school activities for all children including Art, Sports, Exam preparation and additional English and Math classes.