Wenette Hope Foundation, a non-governmental organisation in Ghana fed 200 street children, beggars, vendors, taxi drivers and some pedestrians in Accra on 26th December, 2016.
The event which took place in the streets stretching from Accra Mall to Stanbic Height (Opeibea) in Accra witnessed street children and refugee beggars sharing how happy they are to receive relief supplies from the siblings owned foundation.
The nine (9) member team which undertook the event supplied clothes, pastries and ice cream to the beneficiaries.
Organizers of the event, Wendy and Antoinette expressed their gratitude to friends and family who supported the event. “Special gratitude to Meraw Concepts for the photography, Prov 15 Konxept for our T-Shirts designs, Paadas Celebrations for the pastries, Graphic designer Jador Concepts and all those who supported with clothes, money and prayers” Wendy and Anet expressed their gratitude to their inexhaustible supporters.
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