As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) targeted at supporting the health sector of the country, Fiesta Royal Hotel has made a donation to the Pantang Hospital.
The Hotel presented an undisclosed cash amount and Items such as bed sheets, pillows, pillow cases, table cloth, napkins, bed base cover, mattress pad, scatter cushions, duvet, duvet cover, food items, provisions, bags of rice, drinks and water.
Additionally, the hotel painted the entire Out-Patients Department of the hospital as well as the consulting rooms.
Handing over the items, the Acting General Manager of the Hotel, Mr Kingsley Addison, disclosed the annual donation demonstrates a firm commitment to channel its Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives towards supporting the health sector.
“Every 5th November is our anniversary and it is this month we give back to society what God has blessed us with, and as the festive season even draws closer we believe putting smiles on the faces of the needy is the way to go,” he said.
He commended the Management and Doctors of the health facility for taking good care of the inmates and urged them to use the donation for the intended purposes.
Throwing more light on the purpose of the visit, Sales and Marketing Manager, Mrs Yvonne Eyeson, said the annual benevolence from the hotel is used to usher the festive season which is extended to clients who visit the facility to celebrate Christmas with mouth-watering packages and programs.
“This year is no exception so I am inviting everyone to join Fiesta Royale Hotel this festive season for a Christmas worth remembering,” she said.
Present to receive the Fiesta donations were Dr Leveana Gyimah, Acting Director of the Pantang Hospital, Mr Charles Yaw Adjei, Administrator and Mr Alex Kissi, Deputy Administrator.
Dr Leveana Gyimah said the donation will foster a long relationship between the hospital and the hotel as a corporate entity whose support is needed in the rehabilitation process of inmates at the facility.
“As the Christmas season is at the corner this gesture reminds us of the gift of Christ to humanity which is the essence of the celebration and we hope that as you interact with the inmates your hearts will be touched to do more to support the vulnerable in society,” she said.
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