The second Covid-19 lockdown donation of the Gersfort Eagle Eye team took place yesterday at the Teshie Children’s Orphanage in Teshie, a suburb of Accra in Ledzorkuku Municipal Assembly, Ghana.
The team were well received by the coordinator of the establishment, who duely organised available children and the founder of the orphanage home, Mrs. Janet Anyeley Parker to welcome the Gersfort team.
Gersfort Eagle Eye is a Non-Governmental Organization aimed at improving lives of most children in Ghana donated some necessities in this pandemic era like; bags of rice, cooking oil, bottle of soft drinks, crates of eggs, canned tomatoes, tins of milk, toiletries and some bags of sachet water to help sustain the home for the time being.
The team also handed to the home, an undisclosed amount of money to support them with their projects.
Adhering to the President’s directives on social distancing, they were only able to meet only a few of the orphans.
It was all smiles for both parties and a great success.
The founder of Teshie Children’s Orphanage, Mrs. Janet Anyeley Parker also thanked the team upon receiving the items and used the opportunity to appeal to corporate bodies to come to their aid, especially in this era of global crisis