Jumat, 03 September 2010


GRACE  Oil Petroleum Company Limited (GOPCL) has donated food items and an undisclosed sum of money to the Christian Faith Foster Home at Frafraha.

The items included 200 bags of sachet water, 10 packs of toilet roll, 10 bags of 25kg rice, two boxes of key soap and four gallons of cooking oil.

The Administrative Officer of GOPCL, Mr Kwame Adjei-Yeboah, said the donation was to fulfil their co-operate social responsibility to the society they resided in.
“ We are in this community and we know what comes out of it. It is therefore, right for us to give back what we receive from the people,” he said.

Mr Yeboah urged parents to think carefully before bringing children into the world.
He again requested that well-to-do Ghanaians  should come and adopt some of the children and take care of them.
“ The children’s defect is not having parents to take care of them, so it is proper for those who are well-to-do to come in and help cater for them,” he explained.

Madam Henrietta Asare Agyeman, who is a mother at the foster home, said the donation would go a way in helping to cater for the children.

She, therefore, appealed to other organisations to come to their aid.
The foster home currently has thirty children consisting of 24 boys and six girls.

                        Madam henritta reciving the items from the staff of Grace petroleum limited

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