KGL Foundation donated GHS180,000 to Kokrokoo Charities Foundation to support the ‘Project 100 Incubators’ initiative that seeks to provide infant incubators to hospitals and health centres across Ghana to help save the lives of preterm babies. The donation fulfills KGL Foundation’s pledge to support the purchase of a first batch of 10 incubators. It also affirms the KGL Foundation’s commitment to establish a long-term partnership with Kokrokoo Charities Foundation’s to improve healthcare delivery through the Project 100 Incubators.

Mr. Elliot Dadey, CEO of KGL Foundation, said KGL Group was committed to honoring its CSR commitments and was actively partnering with other charitable NGOs to realize shared social development goals. Through the KGL Foundation, the Board and Management of KGL Group continue to foster partnerships with established charitable organizations in Ghana to advance KGL Group’s core social accountability and responsibility commitments across the Group’s subsidiaries.

Mr. Kwame Sefa Kayi received the cheque on behalf of Kokrokoo Charities Foundation and expressed his appreciation for the support from KGL Foundation. Mr. Kayi affirmed the shared mission between KGL Foundation and Kokrokoo Charities Foundation to make a positive impact on society by improving healthcare delivery.


KGL Foundation remains passionate to work with partners across Ghana to improve the quality of life of people in Ghana’s communities through relevant and sustainable CSR interventions that focus on providing care, protection and support systems for the the socially vulnerable and underprivileged. KCL Foundation facilitates strategic partnerships and collaboration in healthcare, sports, environment, tourism, education and other areas.