ADK Consortium donated food items worth GHC5,000 to the School for the Blind at Akropong-Akuapem. The package included rice, black-eyed beans, gari, yam, corn dough, cassava dough, tomatoes, onions, soybean oil, palm oil and canned tomatoes.

The goal of the outreach was to show love and care, bring a sense of hope and satisfaction and assist the School to provide quality nutrition needed for the students to study effectively and stay healthy. The outreach was part of ‘ADK Gifts of Hope Project,’ launched in 2015.

ADK believes every Ghanaian child can have a bright future if they are given the needed support and genuine assistance. Giving back to communities and institutions that support and raise younger generations to achieve success in life is a core value that ADK Consortium shares. 


Ms. Marklina Dadzie, Human Resources Manager at ADK said as a business, ADK’s interests go beyond serving clients to include lending a helping hand to the socially vulnerable. Ms. Dadzie said ADK was proud to partner with organizations that place emphasis on and share the company’s interest in giving back to communities.

Management and students of Akropong School for the Blind expressed profound gratitude for the kind gesture from management and Staff of ADK Consortium and prayed God’s blessings for greater successes for the company.

Witnesses at the presentation included Mr. Theophilus Adomako and Rev. Fr. Attukwei Quaye, Chaplain of ADK Consortium.

Credits: ADK Consortium