The Redemption children’s home in Damongo in the West Gonja municipality of the Savannah region has received bags of maize from Boresa Farms.
Presenting the bags of maize on behalf of Boresa farms on Tuesday, 28th December, 2021, the registrar of the Savannah Regional House of Chiefs, Mr Abutu Kapori explained that, Boresa farms is into large scale farming of crop production and the rearing of poultry birds at Broto, a farming community in the West Gonja municipality to feed the less privilege in society, particularly orphans.
Mr. Kapori added that, the donations will be made to children homes and orphanages across the region after food crops are harvested each farming season in other to enable them feed well.
Mr Kapori indicated that a similar donation was earlier made by Boresa Farms to the Sawla Children’s home and said it will not end there as Boresa farms will continue to share their farm produce with the orphans on yearly basis just to ensure that the children fed well.
Pastor Abraham Lermu, the leader of the Redemption Children’s home in Damongo thanked Boresa Farms and all it’s associates for the kind gesture and explained that, the facility lacks a lot and not only food and therefore, called on all to come to the aid of the orphanage to help solve some of their challenges.
He added that, they appreciate those who have good heart to share and that, the donation will be used for it’s intended purpose.
Becky Abraham, an orphan at the children’s home on behalf of her colleagues thanked Boresa farms for the donation and asked for God’s continuous blessings for Boresa farms so as to enable them continue to support them.
Source:padfm.com.gh / Kumatey Gorden