The Cape Coast Area Children’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has donated assorted food items worth GHS 4,000.00 to the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind (CAPEDEAF) as part of activities marking the golden jubilee anniversary celebration of the Children’s Ministry of the Church.
The items, comprising bags of maize, rice, gari, 20 crates of soft drinks, and ten boxes of biscuits, were presented to the school on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, when a delegation of the ministry led by the Area Leader, Pastor Ernest Ohene Adu, visited the institution.
Addressing the staff and students, Pastor Ohene Adu said that the donation was part of the Church’s social responsibility aimed at complementing the effort of government in supporting such public institutions that are in dire need of assistance.
The Assistant Headmaster in charge of Academics, Mr Emmanuel Abiew, who received the items on behalf of the school, thanked the Church for the kind gesture, saying: “Staff and students of CAPEDEAF are forever grateful to The Church of Pentecost Children’s Ministry. God richly bless you.”
The short presentation ceremony, which took place in front of the Administration Block of the school, put deep smiles on the faces of the students. The presentation was witnessed by Mrs. Lydia Asante, the Senior House Mistress, and some staff members and students of the school.
Also in attendance were Deaconess Susanna Marian Holdbrook (Area Assistant Children’s Ministry Leader), Mrs. Akosua Oforiwaa Osei-Appau (Area Children’s Ministry Executive Committee Member), and Elder Samuel Ebo Atobrah (Area Children’s Ministry Executive Committee Member).
Report by Cape Coast Area Media Team