The Chris Attoh Foundation donates to Genesis School in Jamestown

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Gati Jesse

Published on June 28, 2024

The Chris Attoh Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization, has made a significant donation to Genesis School, an educational institution dedicated to providing free education to underprivileged children in Jamestown, Accra. The foundation presented a variety of essential items, including bags of rice, stationery, gallons of cooking oil, washing and cleaning detergents, canned tomatoes, drinks, and biscuits.

Chris Attoh Foundation

Renowned actor and philanthropist Chris Attoh, the driving force behind the foundation, emphasized the importance of kindness, love, and community support. “The primary focus of the foundation is to support those in need,” Attoh remarked. “Our goal is to be flexible in our approach, not confining ourselves to a specific cause, but rather making a positive impact wherever it’s needed.”

Chris Attoh Foundation

Attoh expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to make a difference, highlighting the interconnectedness of society. “Every small act counts. Our goal is to emphasize the importance of taking care of our country and its youth. If we don’t act, they may lose their way, and ultimately, it reflects poorly on us as elders. That’s the essence of our mission.”

Racheal Naa Asabea Anang, the founder of Genesis School, lauded the Chris Attoh Foundation for its generous support. “We are immensely grateful for the Chris Attoh Foundation’s unwavering commitment to education. Their support will undoubtedly elevate the standard of education we provide and create transformative opportunities for our students.”

Anang reiterated the school’s mission to provide free education to children within the community, emphasizing that every child has the right to education. She appealed to other organizations and individuals for support, noting the significant impact donations have on the school’s operations. “We provide breakfast, lunch, and stationery to our students at no cost. We currently have over 200 children enrolled, and we rely on donations to provide for their needs. A contribution of 100 kilos of food can sustain us for three weeks to a month. We are therefore appealing to others to also come on board and support us, and we will be forever grateful.”

Chris Attoh Foundation

Chris Attoh’s message resonated with a call to action for all: “Let’s work together to be the change we want to see.” He highlighted the foundation’s ongoing commitment to expanding its impact and reaching more individuals in need. “As I mentioned, we cannot accomplish this alone – we are all interconnected. Let’s work together to be the change we want to see.”

The Foundation’s commitment to Genesis School exemplifies the strength of community and the tremendous impact of collaborative work.

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