Agyeiwaa Sika Charity Foundation Donates Cash and Assorted Goods, Feeds Over 700 Disabled Children At CAPEDEAF.
Agyeiwaa Sika Charity Foundation Donates Cash and Assorted Goods, Feeds Over 700 Disabled Children At The Cape Coast School For The Deaf And Blind.
On 14th December, 2019, the Agyeiwaa Sika Foundation embarked on a humanitarian project at The Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind to show love and give a helping hand to the disabled students.
The leadership of Agyeiwaa Sika Charity Foundation collaborated with Keep The Smile Alive Foundation, Speak The Word Foundation and other media partners on its 1st edition of its project dubbed “disability is not inability” the Foundation had a GET-TOGETHER with the disabled students and also made some donations to the school.
We saw the emergence of boldness with the various partners and invited guests who collaborated with Agyeiwaa Sika Charity Foundation in order to achieve the goal of putting smiles on faces of these Children.
In less than one month after the registration of the foundation, the Agyeiwaa Sika Foundation were able to solicit for funds worth 8000 cedis from both members and individuals which aided them to organize a party for the disabled children at cape deaf.
Agyeiwaa Sika charity foundation agree it is an achievable goal to organize such a memorable party for the children and also donate cash and assorted goods to the school.
The foundations present celebrated an exciting day with these kids. After the donation, the cultural troop of Cape Deaf thrilled the philanthropists with stunning cultural performances and live band music.
Visually impaired student Christian Morgan of TV3 Talented Kids Fame thrilled audience with great live band performances.
Agyeiwaa Sika charity foundation worked boldly and strategically to transform the mindsets of these children living with disability.
The foundation has formed an increasing number of partnership with the Gtv, childreninworship foundation, ketsa, speak the word foundation and sintim media to implement their strategies and innovative ideas in ensuring development in the lives of disabled children living in our various communities.
The vision of Agyeiwaa Sika charity foundation is to ensure that the voices of the disabled Children are heard in both national and regional policy discussions. for example, uncle Mark and his crew from children in worship foundation were invited to represent Gtv and also take coverage of the program ,also Mr Bismark Botchwey, CEO of Sintim Media Known in the media space as Sintim was invited to take coverage of the program.
Agyeiwaa Sika Charity Foundation also joined a collective pledge by members ,who committed 6000gh cedis in private resources for the GET-TOGETHER program with the school for the deaf and blind.
The main project goal of the nobel Agyeiwaa Sika Charity Foundation is to put up a disability educational center in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District for Children with all kinds of disability in the district next year.
In an exclusive interview with Miss Bridget Agyeiwaa Sika Mensah, Founder and CEO of Agyeiwaa Sika Foundation, he said they really had a great privilege to dine with over 700 disabled students in cape coast and also donate items with cash to the school.
She expressed her profound gratitude to Keep The Smile Alive Foundation, Speak The Word Network, Gtv crew, Children in worship representative and Sintim Media.
Agyeiwaa Sika is a philanthropist, future tax accountant, a caterer, teacher and advocate for the less privilege ones ,she looks forward to continuing on this journey of caring for the needy, poor, disability , orphans and opportunities that 2020 and beyond bring for achieving her shared vision of a Nation where everyone , both disabled and ableist leads to a healthy and fulfilling life of Total independence, justice and acceptance in the community.
Source: Sintim Media