- Hold A Hand, a young charity foundation made up of teacher trainees at Gbewaa College of Education have engaged in their debut donation to a group of students
- The beneficiaries were a group of 11 pupils at the Gbewaa Demonstration Basic School in Pusiga, Upper East Region who received free uniforms from Hold A Hand
- Azotiba Kenneth Bataachega, a representative of Hold A Hand tells YEN.com.gh that the group would need support to keep up with their good works
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Eleven pupils of Gbewaa Demonstration Basic School in Pusiga, Upper East Region, had smiles put on their faces last week, February 13, 2020, after receiving new sets of uniforms each from a group of teacher trainees at Gbewaa College of Education.
The presentation was done in the presence of the school's headteacher, Mr Abdul-Hamidu Shaibu, other staff members of the school and the Vice Principal of Gbewaa College of Education, Mr Ibrahim Mohammed.
Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that the donation was chiefly sponsored from the kind teacher trainees' own savings with support from some of their colleague students.
A representative of the charity foundation called Hold A Hand, whose name is Azotiba Kenneth Bataachega, spoke to YEN.com.gh indicating that they need support from the general public to keep impacting the lives of less-privileged children.
It is indicated that anyone who is willing to help in any way could reach the group on 0200583365, 0202170062 or 0544665560 or via email at email@example.com
Photos that were gathered by YEN.com.gh of Hold A Hand's first donation exercise show that the group truly left a mark on the hearts of the young students.
On the subject of giving to the underprivileged, a Ghanaian widow by name Obaa Yaa who was in great difficulty as a coconut hawker after the passing of her husband has had her life turned around with a 2-bedroom house and a fresh business.
Crime Check Foundation reports on their official Facebook handle that their officers came across Obaa Yaa on the streets of Accra with so much sorrow on her face.
It is reported that she was interrogated and it was discovered that she was in great sorrow due to the passing of her husband and the harsh realities it brought to her.
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