CEO of New Life Homeopathic clinic, Dr. Mark Agyei has donated items worth over 100,000 Cedis to over 100 windows in a ceremony at its Dansoman head office.
And to the multiple award winning CEO, the fact majority of people living below poverty line living in developing countries are widows and children stirred him to embark on the charity exercise.
He said “The economic, cultural or social reality is such that men are the main breadwinners. If they die, women and children often struggle to survive and have to beg help from others or go out to work.”
He added “The problems these widows face are enormous, both financially and emotionally.”
The extraordinary occasion dubbed ‘Widow Charity Ball 2020’ which welcomed some influential people in the country such as Prof Daniel Kwame Bediako is the Vice Chancellor of Valley View University as chairman, Gospel Musicians Nacee, Cece Twum witnessed the donation of items ranging from bags of rice to hampers and physical cash to the widows.
The Widow Charity Ball is annually event put together by the doctor to put smiles on numerous widows before and during the Christmas and New Year festive season which marks the 7th edition this year.
Dr. Mark Agyei, told the media that “When God blesses you it is ideal to extend a helping hand to others hence my desire to reach out to the vulnerable most especially the widows in the society. ”
He added that it’s good to give than to receive and there are more blessings when you give than always to receive so he will continue to show his kind gesture to the widows as far as he is alive.
New Life Homoeopathic Clinic is a specialized Medical Center for chronic disease like Stroke, infertility, prostate conditions and many others and they have served over 30,000 patients in their eight years existence.
New Life Homeopathic Clinic was named the overall best Homeopathic Hospital in Ghana at this year’s Ghana Business Standard Awards and the head doctor Dr. Mark Agyei was also awarded the ‘Most Outstanding Entrepreneur of the year in Alternative Medicine’.