Stacy Foundation sets to embark on Donation of Appreciation on Saturday, December 19
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Stacy Foundation sets to embark on Donation of Appreciation on Saturday, December 19 

Stacy Foundation sets to embark on Donation of Appreciation on Saturday, December 19

Stacy Foundation sets to embark on Donation of Appreciation on Saturday, December 19

Stacy Foundation, a non-governmental organisation is set to embark on a seasonal donation project dubbed: “Christmas Donation of Appreciation” on Saturday, December 19, 2020.

The donation forms part of a yearly reach out project which will begin from Kaneshie with kayayei and traders then to Bubiashie, Akosombo and Kodiebe among other rural areas in the country.

Items which would be donated include Sewing machines, Shoes, bags, clothes, money among others.

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Speaking exclusively to Spot On News in Accra on Saturday, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the foundation, Ms Stacy Amewoyi explained that the gesture forms part of her outfit’s reach out programmes to the less privileged, orphans and the needy in the society but “this year’s own is with a different twist.”

“This forms part of my Foundation’s donation which we do every year but this is with a different twist, I call it Christmas donation of appreciation.”

“I want to show my appreciation and gratitude to all those who helped me in my journey to a success life,” she said.

Ms Amewoyi noted that it was a blessing to show gratitude to those who have been of help and said she would do her quota to support those who supported her in times of difficulty to become who she is today.

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She advised the citizenry to always show appreciation to those who played key role in their success life.

Ms Amewoyi also disclosed that her outfit is initiating a new project titled ” We Gurlz Connect Alliance” to equip young girls between the ages of 15 and 18 years with entrepreneurial skills.

She said those youth would be taught to become beautician, digital marketer, make beads and sew.

“This is to help reduce the rise of unemployment cases after completing school; either senior high or tertiary.”

“Our clubs will be set on various senior high school campuses and in deprived communities across Ghana. These clubs will help these young girls grow their networking space and develop better interpersonal communication among themselves,” Ms Amewoyi added.

She indicated that the pilot phase of the programme would start on Saturday December 19 after the donation at her office.

Ms Amewoyi urged youth to take advantage of the opportunity and engage in the project to sharpen their skills.

She promised her outfit’s commitment in helping the less privileged and orphans to foster growth and development in the country.

Source: www.spotonnews.net 

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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