Ashland Foundation celebrates with cured leapers

By: Emmanuel Magbe | ignewss|

The Ashland Foundation has made a donation to the Cured Leapers in Ho, Volta Region.

The non-profit organization extended their support to the cured lepers who have triumphed over the challenges posed by leprosy, aiming to promote inclusivity during this very special time of the year.

The donation, which includes toiletries and food items such as rice, corn, beans, gari, oil, eggs, tomato paste, etc., also comprised 100 bags of sachet water. Additionally, they provided biscuits, drinks, detergents (such as powdered soaps), and bread, totaling 15,000 Ghana cedis.

The items were presented by representatives of the Ashland Foundation during a ceremony held at the Cured Lepers village in Ho.

Mr. Bright Wonder Ahali, the founder of Ashland Foundation, expressed that the primary motive of the foundation is giving back to society. As young individuals, they understand the immense power of giving.

He emphasized that the group, primarily consisting of youths, gathers resources from various philanthropists to help genuinely needy individuals in society.

Mr. Bright Wonder Ahali highlighted the need for others to come on board and provide tremendous support to the foundation for their exciting endeavors to embark on many other donations to different needy people.

“Together, we can continue to change perceptions and create a world where every individual, regardless of their complicated past health challenges, is treated with dignity and respect,” Mr. Azali passionately stated.

Mr. Nelson Atito, the camp leader of the Cured Lepers village, gratefully received the items on behalf of the lepers and profoundly thanked the foundation for the donation. He also called on other well-meaning Ghanaians to kindly remember them during the festive season.

“We are immensely grateful for the Ashland Foundation’s truly generous donation,” Mr. Atito powerfully stated.


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