Home Africa News The Father Campbell SVD Foundation Donates GHS 25,000 And Assorted Items To Citi Fm/Tv’s Relief For Lower Volta Campaign
The Father Campbell SVD Foundation Donates GHS 25,000 And Assorted Items To Citi Fm/Tv’s Relief For Lower Volta Campaign
A cheque of Ghs 25,000.00 and various items were presented by Rev. Fr. Andrew Campbell, SVD, on behalf of the Father Campbell SVD Foundation to assist flood victims in the Volta, Greater, and Eastern Regions of Ghana following the spillage of the Volta dam. The donation took place at the studios of Citi FM, an Accra-based radio station that is leading the collection of relief items from the public to help alleviate the suffering of displaced individuals in these parts of the country.
Fr. Campbell, stating his mission, said, “I am here this morning to give my widow’s mite to the people who are suffering. I watch Citi TV on the news every night, and my heart bleeds for these people who are suffering.”
The Father Campbell SVD Foundation included bags of rice, gari, sugar, boxes and gallons of oil, buckets of washing powder, gas stoves, toilet rolls, and bags of water as part of the donation.
Fr. Campbell urged all Ghanaians to contribute and support relief efforts for the people in the lower Volta.
He also took the opportunity to invite everyone to the Christ the King parish hall, Cantonments, Accra on Sunday, December 3, 2023, for a musical concert and fundraising event to build a kitchen for the cured lepers in Weija. Fr. Campbell explained that this project is in partnership with the Omega Lions Clubs, Accra, so that the cured lepers can have one hot meal a day.
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