By Bernice Bessey
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Great Exchange International, has donated assorted food items to Save Our Future Ghana, a non-profit school that provides free education to needy children in Anyan and its environs in the Ga-Central Municipality.
Presenting the items to the school, Great Exchange President Bishop Frederick Adetunji said, giving to the needy in society is the greatest love one could express.
He commended the founder of the charity school, Lady Diana, for her effort at contributing her quota to national development by establishing a school that supports the training of the human resource base of the country.
Addo Darkor Nicholas, Country Director of the NGO, hinted on the need to constantly help the youth in order to keep them from joining bad peers.
He said the main focus of Exchange is to help children become useful adults, adding, it would be a catastrophic situation if the youth are left on their own without any proper skills to improve upon their lives.
The Founder of Save Our Future Ghana, Lady Diana, said she established the home based on the same assistance she received from a philanthropist when she was in dire need of help.
“I come from a family of 15. Eleven of us are from one mother, and the other three were from other women. It was not easy for us at all, as we struggled to survive. We used to celebrate Christmas with ‘kokonte’ and pepper every year.
“Along the way, I met this Good Samaritan from America, who sponsored me to the Teacher Training College. When he passed away, I established the NGO to give back to society in order to make an impact,” she stressed.
She, therefore, thanked Great Exchange International for coming to support her outfit provide for the children under her care.