Ghana’s Manchester United Supporter’s club (GhanaMUSC), on Saturday, 26th September 2020 donated some assorted items worth ten thousand (10, 000) Ghana Cedis to Nectar Foundation Orphanage, children home at Krobo Odumase in the Eastern Region.
Items presented include, cooking oil, bags of rice, tissues, carbolic soaps, disinfectants, toothpaste, tin tomatoes, bags of sugar and gari, hand wipes, keysoap and sanitary pads.
The rest are insecticide spray, washing powder, chest freezer, liquid soap, T-roll, cloth mask, milk, toothbrush and spaghetti.
Speaking at a short but colorful presentation ceremony, chairman of the club, Mr Samuel Anim Addo expressed the group’s delight for the support and added that the Manchester Foundation will in the coming days further assist the orphanage with a sum of 500 GBP to help carter for its activities and other expenses.
According to him, as a support club of a great club like Manchester united which has over the years topped the list of significant football assets without dispute, it was imperative that it extends its helping hand to the needy in the society.
He revealed that the club’s readiness to support the development of any child from the foundation who has the talent of playing football, insisting that, that has been one of the core mandates of the Ghana Supporters club and Manchester foundation.
“GhanaMUSC and MU Foundation will be ready to support the development of any child of the foundation who has the talent to football”, he added.
On his part, Director of Nectar Foundation, Rev. Fred Anyasor-Nartey. commended the GhanaMUSC for its kind gesture and also selecting the orphanage among others for the support.
He again appealed to the group for more of such supports.
He also seized the opportunity to call on other associations, individuals and groups to emulate this kind gesture by coming to the aid of the orphans.
Mother of the home, Madam Fredrica Akuffo who took delivery of the items expressed her profound gratitude to the club for the support and promise to use the items for their rightful purposes.
About Nectar Foundation
The Nectar Foundation is a non-governmental organization (NGO) initiated and founded in 2002 by Reverend Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana Felix A. Anyasor (late).
The mission of the foundation is to provide food, shelter, health needs and education to the vulnerable and children orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The foundation is currently supporting over 20 children between the ages of 8 and 21. Nectar employs three full-time staff to look after the children.