N/R: Generation Gift foundation donates to Nazareth Home for God’s Children in Sang
A Charity foundation, ‘Generation Gift’ has supported Nazareth Home for God’s Children, an orphanage in Sanga, a village near Yendi in the Northern region with some items. The foundation donated bags of rice, cartons of bottled water and drinks, packs of pampers, sugar among others.
The orphanage which was a nominee of season 2 of award winning corporation social responsibility TV programme ‘Airtel Touching Lives’ and currently managed by Rev. Sr. Stan Terese Mumuni, of the Marian Sisters of Eucharistic Love(MASEL) cares for the rejected ‘’spirit children’’ and less privileged children born with deformities in the Sang community and its environs.
These children due to their circumstances are often rejected by their families and thereby become dejected. The opening of this orphanage is therefore a welcoming respite for these children who would have otherwise been marginalized leading to unfulfilled potential.
The Nazareth Home for God’s Children currently has ninety children. Rev. Sister Stan, is supported in the running of the orphanage by a team of volunteers and few staff. Receiving the items, Rev. Sr. Stan expressed her gratitude to ‘Generation Gift’ for the support. She appealed to individuals, and organizations to come to their aid.
Patron of Generation Gift foundation Wendy Laarie says the donation is part of the foundations’ corporate social responsibility and encouraged individuals to contribute towards the development and growth of the orphanage.
By: Lilian D. Walter/ zaanews.com/Ghana