The Royalhouse Chapel International reached out to senior citizens, single mothers and other socially vulnerable groups with the distribution of emergency food and critical supplies. The donated package included rice, corn, blackeye beans, cereal, hot chocolate, cooking oil, tomato paste canned fish and other essential supplies. The social outreach by Royalhouse Chapel International was meant to provide support for beneficiary families and help ease the burdens brought on by COVID-19 lockdown measures.

Apostle General of Royalhouse Chapel Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah led a team of leaders and volunteers of the church in a door-to-door emergency food assistance outreach.  The team targeted communities in Labone and Kaneshie and its catchments. In remarks made during the outreach, Rev. Ankrah said it was the responsibility of church organizations to reach out to the socially vulnerable. He explained that each church would have an outreach strategy of its own and that Royalhouse Chapel chose to target seniors living without supports and single mothers who struggled to care for their children.

Rev. Ankrah affirmed the commitment of the Royalhouse Chapel to keep the social intervention going, as Lord kept blessing His Church. He made a general call for support for the socially vulnerable and commended other churches who had reached out with similar initiatives to support the vulnerable in this trying time.

Credits: | Royalhouse Chapel Int., Ahenfie