According to Jacob Nii Ofei Dodoo, the president of the St. Augustine team, the motivation was birthed out of passion to give back to society.
The 2007 year group of St. Augustine College and Holy Child Secondary School in collaboration with the Quik Medical Consult have made a donation to orphans and underprivileged children at the Christ Faith Foster Home in Frafraha located in the outskirt of Adenta.
According to Jacob Nii Ofei Dodoo, the president of the St. Augustine team, the motivation was birthed out of passion to give back to society. He added that upon good remarks from the works of the home, they chose them as part of their benevolent contribution to the welfare of the less privileged especially orphans.
With items worth GH¢2500, ranging from consumables and wearables, the old students also made a cash donation of GH¢1600 as revealed by the co-founder of Quik Medical Consult, Kofi Mensah.
Receiving the items and cash, Henrietta Sara Agyeman, Supervisor of the home expressed gratefulness towards the kind gesture from all sides and prayed God multiplies all their spendings.
Mawuena Akosua Kukah, head of the 2007 Holy Child Past Students Association said the gesture is among several projects her colleagues have planned to do this year and promised future collaboration with their male counterparts.
All the children and staff were screened for Malaria and received free consultations from the doctors and nurses from the Quik Medical Consult.
After a health education on Cholera, the visitors engaged the children in activities during the mentorship session. They included Chair Dancing and Football games coupled with dancing competitions.