St. Mary’s Old Girls’ Association (SMOGA), working in partnership with the school administration and students of St. Mary’s Senior High School at Korle Gonno, gave a GH¢10,000 worth of clothing, toiletries, detergents, drinks, food supplies and toys to the Children’s Block of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

The donation climaxed the school’s Feast of Immaculate Conception (St. Mary’s day), which fell on Thursday, December 8.

Headmistress of St. Mary’s Senior High Ms. Doris Bramson and National President of SMOGA Mrs. Lynda Graham described the outreach as part of the School and the association’s humanitarian outreach activities, especially during this season of giving.

It was their hope that every child admitted at the Block would benefit from the items.

Mrs. Amanda Adu-Amankwah, Principal Nursing Officer and National Vice-President of SMOGA; and Ms. Samantha Nartey, Senior Nursing Officer, received the items on behalf of the management of the Children’s Block and expressed their appreciation for the timely and kind assistance.