The Citi FM Foundation has made a cheque donation of GHS 20,000.00 to the Baptist School Complex (BASCO) at Suhum in the Eastern Region.
The cheque donation is in addition to 2 borehole projects totaling GHS 30,000.00.
The boreholes will not only serve the orphanage but the entire Trotor community in Suhum.
The Foundation also donated assorted food items and sanitary products through the generous donations of its listeners and viewers.
These form part of The Citi FM Foundation’s annual Easter Orphan Project.
The appreciative administration of BASCO took staff and friends of Citi FM/TV to inspect the newly constructed 30-bed girls’ dormitory built through the generous donations of listeners and viewers of Citi FM/TV.
BASCO has since 2005 been adopted by the CitiFM Foundation, receiving annual donations, major projects, and mentorship every Easter Monday.
Despite the disruption of COVID-19 in the last 2 years, The Foundation continuously supported the orphanage during which time, the 30-bed dormitory was built.
This year, The Foundation spent the Easter Monday holidays with the orphanage to show love to the children and staff of BASCO.
The Foundation aims at other major projects such as building a fence wall for the facility, providing solar panels to address the power needs of the orphanage, and helping restart the BASCO farms.
BASCO is not the only beneficiary of The Citi FM Foundation’s token of love this year.
Kumasi-based King Jesus Charity Home and Mama Lardi Orphanage in Bolgatanga were all touched by the token of love from The Citi FM Foundation.
Founder and Director, Rev. Victor Ofori Amoah, described the gesture as the ultimate show of love in the Easter season.
He prayed for God’s blessings on the management, staff, and audiences of Citi FM/TV whose generous donations made the Easter Orphan Project a reality.