Popular UK-based Ghanaian Gospel Artiste, Adwoa Armah through her Hope Assured Foundation has donated to the Shekinah Orphanage in Ghana.
The donation which was done on 27th December 2018, came as a reliever to the orphanage.
The ‘Awesome God’ Crooner Adwoa Armah who is the CEO of Hope Assured Foundation together with her team embark on donation to selected orphanages in Ghana annually. Mother of hearts as she is nicknamed by her fans says she is led through the Holy Spirit on which orphanage she is to visit annually.
During her 2018 Christmas holidays to Ghana, kindhearted Adwoa Armah led her team to visit the Shekinah orphanage on 27th December 2018 to fulfill her annual obligation so as to put smiles on the faces of the children at the orphanage.
The items worth over Ghc 15,000 include blocks, sand, and stones to help with their playground, 43 inch television, pants and boxers for boys, brand new t-shirts, used clothing, 2 bags of rice, 60 pieces of yams, 5 boxes of indomie, biscuits, drinks, milo, milk powder, ideal milk, toilet rolls and toothbrushes, toothpastes, and jollof rice with chicken packs for lunch.
Managers of Shekinah Orphanage filled with joy thanked the musician and her team at Hope Assured Foundation for remembering them, particularly during this festive season.
Elated Adwoa Armah also expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the Almighty God for giving her the ability to be able to fulfill her annual obligation to the needy through her Hope Assured Foundations.
Adwoa Armah has in the past visited and donated to New Life Orphanage, Frafraha Orphanage, Save Them Young Orphanage amongst others.
Photos of thw donation below;
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