Tenlot Group, a fast-growing international provider of lottery games in Africa, has donated food items and personal protective equipment to the National Paralympic Committee of Ghana.
The donation was made by its Ghanaian subsidiary, Luckweb Ghana on behalf of the mother company.
A publication from the company explained that the donation was in line with one of its core tenets and mantras that “all dreams are valid and should have an equal chance of coming to pass”
It added that they were inspired to give to the Ghana paralympic team because of the halt in their sporting activities following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease.
According to Tenlot Group, the donation to the National paralympic team is the first of many that would be carried out to other groups in the coming months as part of their corporate social responsibilities.
Chief Executive Officer of Tenlot, Yossi Abadi, authorizing these activities, expressed that “our development as individuals ultimately lacks any real meaning unless it directly contributes to the growth and development of all the people around us”
He added that:“Contribution towards good causes is an inherent part of our Group’s identity and it is both a privilege and a blessing to be able to stand by the side of those in need.”
Meanwhile, the company has pledged to do more to ensure that the underprivileged in society are not abandoned in these times as the world battles with the coronavirus disease.
About Tenlot Group
Tenlot Group is a fast-growing international provider of lottery games in Africa and Latin America, among others, with a vast portfolio of games under its belt.
In Ghana, it powers NLA games under the Daywa Games brand name which has several mobile, digital and land-based games including its flagship jackpot game Daywa 5/39, Ghana’s first true jackpot game.
The Group is also recognized as having a unique business model in which lottery is operated in the context of social development, benefiting good causes.
Story by: Jeffrey Nyabor | universnewsroom.com