Prudential Bank Limited has donated assorted items worth ¢10,000 to two institutions to support their humanitarian activities.
The beneficiaries are Paidia Evangelism Ministry (PEM), a non-governmental organization dedicated to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ, while giving much-needed support to the less privileged in Ghana, and Nana Saka Nkansah II School Complex, an orphanage located at Nkwanta, a farming community in the Asante Mampong municipality of the Ashanti Region.
The items donated included bags of rice, cooking oil, assorted canned foods, milk, diapers, sanitary pads and detergents.
Presenting the items to the management of PEM, Jamilla Disu of the Marketing & Corporate Affairs Department, expressed the bank’s desire to provide relief to the less fortunate, particularly widows and orphans.
The bank she said, was happy to partner with PEM to put smiles on the faces of the needy.
Dorcas Akpey Kwahiah, Executive Director, PEM, and her team thanked PBL for the support.
Thomas Dwomoh-Ameyaw, the Adum Branch Manager who presented the items to the Nana Saka Nkansah II School Complex said the donation demonstrated the Bank’s commitment to assisting the less fortunate in society.
He advised the teachers to continue to show love and tender care to the orphans.
Nana Saka Nkansah II, the proprietress of the school/orphanage who received the items expressed her profound gratitude to the bank.
She indicated further that the items will go a long way to sustain the children in the school.
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