Wenette Hope Foundation on Saturday 29th December, 2018 celebrated Christmas with inmates of Kith Mental Home in Takoradi with donated items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis.
The Foundation owned and operated by two Sisters, Wendy and Antoinette Egyirkoom Coomson regularly support the less privilege in society of which this is the second time the Kith Mental Home has benefited from the Wenette Hope Foundation.
According to the operators of the Foundation, most of the items which include toiletries, clothes, shoes, insecticides, biscuits, drinks, water and other food stuffs were sponsored by friends and donors on online crowdfunding medium Gofundme.
Madam Habiba Fuseini, the Caretaker of the mental home in expressing her appreciation to Wenette Hope Foundation on behalf of the inmates of the home also appealed to philanthropists to come to their aid.
Photos of the donation below;
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