Accra,– The Bechem Business Centre of Asa Savings and Loans has donated food and COVID-19 relief items to the Mum’s Love Orphanage located at Koforidua, a suburb of Bechem in the Tano South Municipality in the Ahafo South Region.

The stuff, which worth GH¢8,000.00 included food items, toiletries, and COVID-19 personal protective equipment meant to assist the children in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

Mr Emmanuel Opare, the Goaso Area Manager of Asa Savings and Loans in an interview with the Ghana News Agency said the gesture formed part of the company’s quest to improve livelihood in communities that it operates.

“This donation is part of our routine corporate social responsibility every year, and this year, we deem it worthy to visit Mum’s Love Orphanage to put smiles on the faces of the children.”

Mr Opare called on other organizations to embark on similar programmes to contribute positively to the development of Ghana.

Mr Michael Mensah, the Branch Manager of Bechem Business Centre of Asa Savings and Loans, said Asa would continue to show concern to people in various communities, which the business operates.

Mr Imoro Adams, the Founder and Director of the Orphanage, expressed gratitude to the donor and assured that the items would be utilized to benefit all children of the home.

“We are grateful to Asa Savings and Loans in Bechem for this impressive gesture and we are truly appreciative of the support,” he said.

Source: Ghana News Agency

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