Skyfalls Natural Mineral Water, others donate to flood, fire disaster victims

Skyfalls Natural Mineral Water in collaboration with Star Micro insurance Service Limited has donated 1,000 bags of sachet water to support victims of the recent floods disaster at Kaneshie and Nima in Accra.

The initiative was a two-day relief program coordinated by one of Ghana’s finest and quality mineral water, Skyfalls Natural Mineral Water and Star Micro Insurance Service Limited, seeking to  relieve the plight of victims of the flood and fire disaster; the first of which was donated to residents of Odawna on last week.

Richmond Owusu, Managing Director of Jares Investment Global Limited, Producers of Skyfalls Natural Mineral Water and Edible Ice Cubes, in a brief speech during the presentation of the items, noted taking insurance policies are very crucial to survival, pointing to the fact that in difficult times like this, people who are covered under any insurance policy stand the chance to benefit a lot. 

He said that is why his outfit has shown a great commitment in partnering with Star Micro Insurance Service to vigorously and continuously sensitize Ghanaians on the essence of taking insurance policies.

Skyfalls Natural Mineral Water has been extremely helpful in responding to the plight of victims in Ghana over the years.

With recent partnership with other organizations, Skyfalls Natural Mineral Water has again managed to donate to support the flood and fire victims since the time of the tragic disaster on June 3, 2015 at the Goil Fuel Station near Kwame Nkrumah Circle claiming 152 lives and leaving survivors burnt with various degrees of injury and many others displaced.

They have also partnered with Happy FM and Citi FM, to donate 500 bags of Skyfalls sachet natural mineral water to residents of Adabraka, and with Hitz FM, 500 bags of sachet water was also provided to the residents of Odawna aside a donation by Star Micro Insurance Service Limited. 

The victims, who received the donation, were extremely happy for the gesture and commended the donors for their support.

They were hopeful that it will help cushion them for a time being until they recover from their plight.

By Joseph Kobla Wemakor|Kwame Nkrumah Circle, Accra|Ghana

Source:3news.com/Ghana

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