Leading distributor of building supplies, Batimat Ghana and APE Ceramica have presented educational materials to In My Father’s House (IMFH) charity organization.
The donation was made as part of their corporate social responsibility to support the less privileged in society.
The items included reading books, calculators, math sets, pens, pencils, text books, novels, toys and clothes.
Managing Director of Batimat Ghana, Ali Zorkot and Chief Executive Officer of APE Ceramica presented the items to the institution at a short but impressive ceremony at the premises of Batimat Ghana.
Presenting the items on behalf of the two bodies, Mr Zorkot said they were touched by the plight of inmates of the organization.
“As a way of giving back to the society, we decided to target these individual we consider very vulnerable in society.
“We are happy to safeguard their future well being through support in the area of education and make them useful to themselves and the society,” he said.
Mr Zorkot commended leaders of the organization for giving hope to inmates and tasked them to wholeheartedly guide the kids positively to reinforce their objective of training them to be useful individuals.
Founder and Executive Director of the Organization, Rev. Fr. Joseph Rabbiosi, an Italian Comboni Missionary, who received the items on behalf of the organization, expressed appreciation to Batimat Ghana and APE Ceramica for the support.
“We are all blessed to become a blessing to somebody, as such I am excited about this gesture and hope society can come together and help the less privileged to believe in themselves and get the dignity to grow to become useful to themselves and society,” he said.
In My Father’s House Orphanage
In My Father’s House is a foreign-owned but locally managed Catholic Mission humanitarian organization operating in seven administrative districts and municipalities in the southern sector of the Volta Region.
It undertakes ‘children-centered’ programmes in remote villages to ensure that the African child, especially the neglected and socially vulnerable, are catered for and protected.
Source & Photo Credits: Daily Guide