Women Empowerment Fellowship supports two orphanages
By: Bernice Bessey
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Women Empowerment Fellowship (WEF) International, has supported two orphanages with food and other relief items worth millions.
The fellowship donated items such as bags of rice, corn, sugar, biscuits, and boxes of soap, dresses and huge sums of money to support the physical and mental development of the children.
The leader of the team, Miss. Gloria Hinson, said the need to support the homes with their resource was because, as parents, they need to reach out to vulnerable children in society, especially, the motherless and fatherless.
She said addressing the needs of the orphans would make them have a sense of belonging and hope for the future.
She said it was important that every individual especially well-to-do Ghanaians to join hand with the fellowship assist orphanage homes in the country.
The overseer of Good Shepherd home thanked the fellowship for the gesture and prayed for the Lord blessing upon their lives.
He further appealed for long relationship between the homes and the fellowship as they have bid to support the needy in the society.
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