1. HOPE WEEK CELEBRATION

Hope Week is an annual charity initiative that seeks to spread the message of hope and restore hope to the less fortunate in deprived communities in Ghana. It is an opportunity to learn about the needs of the communities and make a consistent effort in restoring hope to the communities. It is targeted at disadvantaged children/families.

Since 2015, about 1,150 disadvantaged children/families in deprived communities in Ghana have benefitted from the distribution of educational materials, clothes, shoes, foods items, toiletries, education, etc. This is in an effort to contribute to promoting and reaching the Sustainable Development Goals 1 and 3. The breakdown is as follows:

Impacts

Since the maiden event in 2015, about 1,150 disadvantaged children and families have benefitted from the Hope Week project (i.e. distribution of educational materials, food items and other personal effects like clothes, shoes, slippers, etc.). Below is the breakdown of the outreach:

Community

Items/Activities

No. of Beneficiaries

Christ Outreach Orphanage -Kai Me Bre, Kasoa, Central Region

Foods items, educational items, toiletries, personal items (clothes, shoes, slippers) and counseling.

200 less privileged children

Osudoku Traditional Area, Eastern Region

Foods items, educational items, toiletries, personal items (clothes, shoes, slippers), counseling, dancing, spelling bee and reading competitions.

550 less privileged children and families

Sekondi School for the Deaf, Sekondi

Foods items, educational items, toiletries, personal items (clothes, shoes, slippers) and counseling.

400 less privileged children and families