UK-based Ghanaian philanthropist, Daniel Amoateng in partnership with the Joselyn Dumas Kids Foundation has extended a hand of support to five- deprived children who are unable to attend school for lack of financial support.
The five deprived children had suffered abuse in one way or the other which has positioned them in a difficult situation.
Atinka News’ Regina Asamoah who has consistently championed this course to find justice for these children and help them get the needed attention appealed to the Daniel Amaoteng foundation for support.
The philanthropist who is also the President of the Daniel Amoateng Foundation was moved to support the children after an appeal was made.The team led by Actress Joselyn Dumas assisted by Atinka FM’s Regina Asamoah visited the schools of the children, paid their school fees for one year and in some cases two years. They also provided them with exercise books.
After paying the fees for these children at Anyaa, Amasaman and Odorkor, Joselyn Dumas shared her excitement about caring for the deprived children.
She used the opportunity to advise parents especially mothers to train their children to be very vocal so as to prompt them as soon as someone makes any attempt at defiling them.
The president of Joselyn Dumas Foundation further urged parents to consistently keep an eagle eye on their children especially when they send them out for school and other errands. Joselyn Dumas pledged that both Foundations will continually extend a hand of support to these children and extend it to other vulnerable children.
Parents of the children were grateful to Atinka FM and the two Foundations for their support and promised to do their bid to ensure that their children excel in school so as to make the efforts of the two Foundations fruitful.
Headmistress of Ramseyer Presby School at Amasaman, Beatrice Adjei Mensah was full of joy that the fees of two of her pupils had been paid, recounting how these children had to miss school days because their parents could not afford to pay their fees.