Cargill Ghana donated GHS5,000 in support of Citi FM’s Easter Orphan Project 2021. The donation was part Cargill Ghana’s contribution to improving the lives of the socially disadvantaged. Sales Executives of Cargill Ghana Mr. Sylvester Asiamah and Mr. Emmanuel Attram and Production Manager Mr. Samuel Odame-Adjekum said the described the donation as being consistent with Cargill’s value of care to people.

Mr. Odame-Adjekum said Cargill Ghana was happy to support the Eastern Orphan Project to support efforts to improve nutritional and educational outcomes of vulnerable children. He explained that the company’s management and staff were conscious of the impact they could have and had chosen to put its knowlege and expertise at work to the benefit of the socially disadvantaed in communities where Cargill Ghana did business.

Within the organisation, we have employee-led volunteering group known as Cargill Cares: we and our colleagues put our knowledge, skills, time and resources at work to address practical needs in the areas of education, environment, health and nutrition,” Mr. Odame-Adjekum added.

Every Easter, Citi FM mobilizes food and essential supplies from its listeners and corporate organizations to be donated to people who in need, including the Baptist School Complex Orphanage (BASCO).

How you too can help

The Easter Orphan Project is appealing for for donations of rice, gari, beans, sugar, maize, milk, biscuits, drinks, detergents, toiletries, hand sanitizers, disinfectants and other essentials.

  • Donations are accepted at the front desk of Citi FM and Citi TV, behind the Adabraka Police Station.
  • Cash donations can be made towards the project via Mobile Money number 0550 900 006.

Please all 0302 226 013 for further information.