Karpowership Ghana reached out to kids at the Osu Children’s Home in Accra and donated rice, cooking oil, tomato paste, canned fish, beverages, cleaning supplies, diapers and other essentials. The gift to the children was part of part of Karpowership Ghana’s Corporate Social Responsibility Projects and was made in the spirit of Christmas.

Presenting the gift package, the Corporate Communications Specialist of Karpowership Ghana Ms. Sandra Amarquaye remarked that it was the company’s culture to always give back to society and help to improve the lives of people. Ms. Amarquaye said:

“Christmas is characterized with giving and as a company we are happy to be back here, to put smiles on the faces of these beautiful children’.

Ms. Amarquaye took the opportunity at the giving event to provide the children tips on COVID-19 safety protocols. She advised the children about the importance of adhering to all safety protocols in order to win the fight against Covid 19 in Ghana.

“Let’s continue to observe social distance at crowded places, always wear our nose masks, wash our hands with soap under running water, and sanitize our hands with alcohol base sanitizers as often as possible,” she said.

Ms. Yvonne Norman, the Manager of the Osu Children’s Home received the gift package and thanked Karpowership Ghana for the kindness. Ms. Norman recognized that impact of the pandemic on lives businesses:

We are grateful that in this difficult year, especially for businesses, you found a way to show us such kindness. You have actually touched the needs of every child from the youngest to the oldest,” she said..

Since it began operations in Ghana, Karpowership has consistently given back to the community it operates in. The company has engaged in some major projects which include providing bursary for brilliant but needy students, renovation of Tema Municipal library, a mentorship programme for students among others.