- Nana Ama Afoa, the leader of Afoa Impact Foundation, with support from Derby's Foundation, provided stationery & COVID-19 preventive items to a primary school
- The school in question is the New Mangoase English/Arabic Primary School located in the Eastern Region of Ghana
- She calls on NGOs and other organizations to support the foundation and ensure they keep blessing lives massively
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Ghanaian philanthropist, Nana Ama Afoa and her team at Afoa Impact Foundation have collaborated with Derby's Foundation to donate to the New Mangoase English/Arabic Primary School.
Information obtained by YEN.com.gh indicates that the kind gesture took place on March 12, 2021, at the school located in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The items donated included:
1. Nose mask - 1,50pcs
2. Veronica Bucket - 3
3. Dustbin - 3
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5. Basins - 3
6. Liquid Soap - 10gallons
7. Sanitizers - 2gallons
8. Pen(Red and Blue) - 100pcs
9. Board Marker - 2boxes
10. School Uniforms - 30yards
According to the founder and leader of the Afoa Impact Foundation, the entire team was overly excited about the donation and grateful to all and sundry who supported financially. She said:
We here at Afoa Impact Foundation are so proud of our recent donation to the Nsawam Orphanage home and New Mangoase English/Arabic School and we'd like to thank our supporters and sponsors for being part of our community.
Nana Ama Afoa explained that the mission of the foundation is to support the vulnerable and needy as a 24/7 undertaking.
To be able to sustain the projects, she is calling on other NGOs and able philanthropists to support the team either in cash or kind as without their help, the progress of the needy they intend to help will be greatly hindered.
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When asked how the team can be reached, she said:
You can visit our social media platforms for further enquires email@example.com IG: @afoaimpactfoundation; FB: @Afoa impact foundation; Phone: 0543588554/0504325149
As readers would recall, Gloria Lardi Adakurugu who is known as Efya Lardi Lessons Learnt on Facebook spent part of her income to improve the conditions in the school for students.
The hardworking class teacher painted the classroom to look beautiful and conducive for teaching and learning, whilst buying school uniforms, shoes, bags, stationery, socks and more for the students.
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