A delgation of 20 staff from Heritage Bank, led by its Suame Branch Manager Titus Beyuoh, visited and spent time with residents of the King Jesus Charity Home at Boadi in Kumasi. The home also doubles as a school.

The staff delegation had fun activities in the children including a mini-party, talent show and indoor games. They provided information sessions on good hygiene and career choice decisions. The staff also served as guest-tutors and supervisors for the day.

To climax the day, Heritage Bank donated clothing, food, toiletries and other supplies to the children. x was the presentation of assorted food items, drinks, clothes, toiletries and others to the children. They also gave the Home a cheque for GH¢2,000.

Rev Kofi O. Afriyie, Founder and President of King Jesus Charity Home, Nungua thanked the Heritage Bank team and noted that the outreach provided motivation for the home to keep aiding and training more needy children.

Mr. Titus Beyuoh responded that the habit of identifying and supporting the needy and vulnerable in society was intrinsic to the corporate culture at Heritage Bank.

Credits: DailyGuideAfrica.com |