Mary Star of the Sea International School at Amanfro near Kasoa donated food and essential supplies and cash of GHS1500 to the Rhema Shalom Village, a Christian charity and reformation centre.

The gift included rice, cooking oil, soft drink, milk, biscuits, toiletries, used clothes and others. The outreach fulfilled a promise made earlier in the year.

The headmistress of the Mary Star of the Sea International School Mary Ekenlebie said her school has instituted a charity program out of its limited resources to support the less privileged in the society.

Director of the reformation centre Pascal Tamakloe received the gift and thanked the school for its outreach. Mr. Tamakloe appealed for more support.

Rhema Ghana is a Christian charitable centre for rehabilitation of the marginalised and works to integrates inmates into society. Rhema also provides counselling for drug addicts, alcoholics, prostitutes, prisoners, orphans and street children.

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