St Andrew Youth Supports Accra Psychiatric Hospital
The Youth of St. Andrew Anglican Church, Abossey-Okai at the weekend supported the Accra Psychiatric Hospital with a donation of assorted items including boxes of washing soap, adult diapers, detergents, toilet rolls, brooms, biscuits, bags of sachet water and used clothing valued at 1,500 Ghana Cedis.
Mr. Manfred Nettey, Youth Coordinator who led them said their visit formed part of activities to mark their annual Youth Month Celebrations. It was also an occasion to express their social responsibility to the in-mates.
Receiving the items on behalf of the hospital, Ms. Augustina Annang, a Staff Nurse thanked them for their kind gesture. She called for similar support from other organisations and individuals.
The maiden edition of the First Pupils Excellence Awards Day organized by the Anglican Education Unit (A.E.U.) in collaboration with the Diocesan Board of Education, came off on Thursday, 4th June 2015 at All Saints Anglican Church, Adabraka.
Twenty - eight students from schools under the Education Unit of the Anglican Church received awards for their excellent and impressive performance in accordance with an awards scheme used by the Unit.
The St. Monica Anglican Church (Kaneshie) branch of the Guild of the Good Shepherd has donated items worth GH¢5,000 to the Christ-Faith Orphanage at Frafraha, a suburb of Accra in the Greater Accra region.
The donation was made during their periodic visit to the orphanage and the items donated included bags of sachet water, used clothing, fruit drinks, biscuits, hand bags, shoes, bags of rice, gallons of cooking oil and other essential household items, to help run the home.