ASA Savings and Loans supports the Jehovah Rapha orphanage
Mr. David Amevor (second from right), Suhum Regional Manager of ASA Savings and Loans presenting items to Mrs. Doris Otemah, Caregiver at Jehovah Rapha Orphanage, as Mr. George Ntim (at the far right), Suhum branch manager and another caregiver and children watched on.
The Suhum Business Center of ASA Savings and Loans Limited donated food and toiletries to the Jehovah Rapha Orphanage to support their service as part of their corporate social responsibility.
In a short ceremony held in Suhum today[September 22, 2022]ASA Savings and Loans Limited headed by Suhum Regional Manager, Mr. David Amevor and Suhum Business Center Manager, Mr. George Ntim donated the items worth GH 4,785.00 ¢ at the orphanage.
The items donated to the orphanage were “two 25 kg bags of rice, a box of cerelac, two carnation tin milk cartons, 7 packets of toilet paper, 6 packets of dettol antiseptic, two gallons of oil of vegetable cooking” as well as some Stationary.
Corporate social responsibility
Suhum branch manager, Mr. George Ntim, in an interview with Daily Graphic, said that their initiative was a gesture of love for the regions in which they operate.
He indicated that ASA Savings and Loans has a culture of ensuring that they also serve the interests of their business district and have established routine activities which they would then undertake to repay the loyalty of their business areas. ‘operation.
He urged middle-income people seeking loans for their businesses to visit their offices and register without a flexible business relationship that would help their businesses.
Suhum Area Manager Mrs. David Amevor commended the staff and management of the orphanage for their dedicated service to the children of the orphanage. She urged them to continue to serve the interests of children to ensure that they have a better place in society.
She also called on the orphanage management to use the donated items wisely to serve their purposes.
On receiving the items on behalf of the orphanage, Mrs. Doris Otemah, a caregiver at the orphanage, expressed her gratitude for the donation and promised to put the items to wise use.
“It’s a nice gesture from ASA Savings and Loans, and we really appreciate it. Not every organization thinks of us and for them to choose us from the lots, we’re up to them. This would go a long way to help the orphanage, especially to feed the children,” he said.
He called on other corporate organizations to follow in the footsteps of ASA Savings and Loans to support the good works they are to care for the 38 children ranging from six months to 15 currently in their care.