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Non-for-profit organisation, Give Me Hope Foundation says it is set for its mega Easter Charity Fun Fair Child to come off on 20th April 2019

The highlights of the event will be,
Operation feed 500 children
Health screening
Clothes donations
Face painting
Bouncing castle
Free barbering.

The program will take place at Chorkor Lante Maamli (Extra O Park)

According to Wisdom Dordoe, the founder of the Foundation, they will also donate education materials and other items.
Give Me Hope Foundation is determined to put smiles in the face of the less privileged in this joyous festive season, restore hopes and inspire young children to greatness.

To crown the event, we will have a surprise performance by a popular hiplife artiste,” he disclosed.

The organizers are calling on philanthropists, companies and other well-meaning individuals to contribute to the project by donating clothes, food items, medications, time, et al.
Mr Dordoe said it is time to give back to society especially the less privileged especially children so they also enjoy the festive season.

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CALL TO ACTION.

Sad story of the less privileged twins and their blind grand mother.

Name: Akorkor Awusi
Name: Akweley Awusi
Location: a suburb of Nsawan.
Age: 18 years.

This twins have not heard from their mother who is doing kayaye at AFlao border for the past 6 years. Because of the nature of her work, she was knocked down by a car and could not do anything again.

Their only grandmother looking after them also became blind at her old age. This made the twins dropp out of school to sell water on the street to feed themselves and their grand mother.
They wore tattered clothes because. The picture of their place of living is summary of their stories.

We arrange with the school authorities to allow them back to school and we paid school uniforms.

Their grandmother has other three children with her that have never stepped into the classroom before.

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of another.”
Their urgent needs include.
Uniforms
School fees-
School bags
Shoes
Clothes.
Food items.
Something to be living on while the strive for their education.
To support them.
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Mobile Money no. 0558504545
Name: Give Me Hope Foundation

Visit website: www.givemehopefoundation.org

Wisdom Dordoe,
Founder, Give Me Hope Foundation.
Global Goodwill Ambassador 🇬🇭
Child right activist 🇬🇭
County Advisor, NMF 🇬🇭
Ambassador, My Body My Body Child Abuse Prevention Awareness

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It’s with great honour to be appointed as Ambassador for Ghana for a great initiative to promote child abuse prevention awareness towards creating a safe world for children and youth in Ghana
Together we can make this world a better place free of violence and any form of Abuse.

Thanks to Chrissy Sykes for this Global Appointment to serve humanity the more.

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Beloved,

Am privileged to announce our mega upcoming program: 

Invitation to touch lives. 

Charity Easter Fun Fair.

Date: 20th April 2019

Venue: Chorkor Larte Maamli (Eslawo park)

  • 500 packs of food to serve.
  • Clothes donations.
  • Health screening.
  • Child abuse prevention awareness.

The future holds a lot of potentials, if only we harness them today!!! 

Join us feed 500 children and provide free health screening.

REMEMBER EVERY CHILD IS YOUR CHILD!!!

Click here to sponsor ➡️ : 

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For partnerships: info@givemehopefoundation.org

#EndChildpovertynow, #EveryChildisyourChild #ProvidingReadingBooksForNeedyPupils #ProvidingDrugsToNeedyPatients #FreeNIHSRegistration #FreeHealthScreening #FeedingTheNeedy

 

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Give Me Hope Foundation in partnerships with Kaneshie Polyclinic organized preventable child mortality education campaign. 
The awareness on ending  preventable deaths of newborns and children under age with aiming to reduce neonatal mortality in Ghana.
Most of our mothers and newborns do not receive skilled care during and immediately after birth due to poverty.  Most of newborn deaths can be prevented if known. Hence the need to antenatal seriously. 

Doctors and medical experts who were the main speakers of the event also educated women on child abuse prevention and also educated them on security measures  on recent child trafficking that is making waves in the country. 

Mr Wisdom Dordoe, founder and CEO of Give Me Hope Foundation said Every Baby Deserves a Chance hence the awareness Campaign to  support  and inspires women from around the  communities to take action in preventable child mortality to improve the health and well-being of women, infants and children.
Children are both the present and the future and  they represent the next wave of leaders and decision-makers for our dear country.

The foundation donated bedsheets and towels to all the attendance. 

Appreciation: we thank Labadi Beach Hotel for sponsoring the donated items for the program. 

The founder of the foundation however called on institutions, NGOs, philanthropists, donors and advocates to support the campaign to extend it to other communities.

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A non-governmental organization, Sponsor a Child to School Initiative, has given thirty out-of-school children sponsoring to go back to school and gave out educational materials such as school fees, uniforms bags, shoes and writing materials, among others, were distributed to the children in deprived communities school,

The event, which witnessed career talks, mentorship and skills acquisition for the children living in the deprived schools, was in accordance with the advocacy program of the organization. 
https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Give-Me-Hope-Foundation-sends-out-of-school-children-back-to-classroom-722093
While many children in the slum do not go to school due to lack school fees, uniforms, books and shoes and clothes, the slum environment, poverty and lack of educational supports are enough challenges in ensuring quality education and satisfactory learning achievement for the children living in the deprived 
https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Give-Me-Hope-Foundation-sends-out-of-school-children-back-to-classroom-722093
It is not rare to see cases of 100 children which find themselves in difficult situations and out of school due to lack of educational supports. 

Some of this children are orphans, some parents are in prison, some are abandoned children and some families are also very poor and can’t afford just a uniform. Is heart breaking to see children wearing tattered clothes to school. 
Wisdom Dordoe the founder of Give Me Hope Foundation said the programme is under the organization’ Sponsor a child to school project which aims at ensuring that no child is left out of the classroom. 
The hopes of our nation rest on the shoulders of the children. Thus, it is our responsibility to help them march forward in life. And, so that they become assets for the country, we need to take care of their food, health, and education, now. And, that is the intention behind the Sponsor a Child to School campaign. 
He expressed his appreciation to Mr Ato Forson.
Ms Caroline Lokko and other donors for supporting send 30 children back to school.

The foundation is calling on institutions, NGOs, philanthropist, donors, advocates to support this cause by sponsoring /partnering/ or donate in touching more lives.

www.givemehopefoundation.org.

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Give Me Hope Charity Foundation has embarked on a vigorous educational campaign to sensitize the general public, especially parents and guidance on recent cases of child trafficking. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Give-Me-Hope-Foundation-holds-stop-the-trafficking-campaign-722187

The educational campaign which was rolled out recently is geared towards in creating awareness among children as well as young adults on high cases of abduction and kidnapping which was recently highlighted in the media.
Speaking at the campaign, the founder of Give Me Hope Foundation Mr Wisdom Dordoe explained that just as the police teach children how to stop, look and listen before crossing the street, the need has come for vulnerable children to be thought in order not fall victims of abduction cases. 

“I believe it is important to teach children how to avoid being seized, how to resist a potential kidnapper and how to escape. Kids are vulnerable and it is our duty as parents, NGOs, teachers and security experts to remind them of basic safety rules…”

“The most important thing parents can do is to communicate openly with their children at home and create an atmosphere where kids can confidently speak up on whatever they are experiencing in their life.
This, he said will help re-learn some very old concepts of adult/children interaction in Ghanaian society.
https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Give-Me-Hope-Foundation-holds-stop-the-trafficking-campaign-722187
Wisdom Dordoe in his interaction added that in any potential abduction situation, there are windows of opportunity for a targeted child to make choices that could save his or her life.
“Abductors sometimes win through intimidation, so it is very important to give your child good self-esteem and the confidence to carry through these possibly life-saving techniques. And this can only happen when parents and teachers practice these techniques at both homes and in schools with kids. 

‘Stop the trafficking educational campaign’ according the leadership of the non-profit organization will be extended to other schools, churches, and also at social gatherings. 
The foundation is therefore calling on institutions, NGOs, philanthropists, donors, the media as well as civil society advocates to support this cause in helping create more child trafficking awareness.

 

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CALL TO ACTION.

Sad story of the less privileged twins and their blind grand mother.

Name: Akorkor Awusi

Name: Akweley Awusi

Location: a suburb of Nsawan.

Age: 18 years.

This twins have not heard from their mother who is doing kayaye at AFlao border for the past 6 years. Because of the nature of her work, she was knocked down by a car and could not do anything again.

Their only grandmother looking after them also became blind at her old age. This made the twins dropp out of school to sell water on the street to feed the families.

 

They wore tattered clothes because they cannot even afford any.

We arranged with the school to allow them back to school and we paid for them to get school uniforms.

Their grandmother has other three children with her that have never stepped into the classroom.

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of another.” 

Let’s support.

Uniforms

School fees-

School bags

Shoes

Clothes.

Food items.

To support them.

https://epaygh.com/pay/gmhf-give-me-hope-foundation-11

Mobile Money no. 0558504545

Name: Give Me Hope Foundation

Visit website: www.givemehopefoundation.org

 

Wisdom Dordoe,

Founder, Give Me Hope Foundation.

Global Goodwill Ambassador 🇬🇭

Child right activist 🇬🇭

County Advisor, NMF 🇬🇭

Ambassador, My Body My Body.

 

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Young philanthropist and founder of NGO Give Me Hope Foundation extended God’s love and favour for his life by sharing food with the poor and needy on the streets of Accra on his birthday.

Wisdom Dordoe who celebrated his birthday in last month wanted to make the day a memorable one so he shared over 100 packs of foods and drinks to the homeless and beggars.

“There are lots of hungry people on our street so God used me to provide them with bread on my birthday,” he said. 

The young banker did not end there but he and his team also went to the maternity ward of Kaneshie Polyclinic to donate to some new mothers. 

He donated bedsheets and other items to all the women in the ward and the hospital as a whole. 

Mr Dordoe also had a talk with some of the women in the hospital on child abuse prevention and taking good care of their children.

The senior midwife on duty at the ward thanked him and his team for supporting the women.https://www.myjoyonline.com/news/2019/January-10th/photos-young-philanthropist-shares-birthday-with-people-on-the-street.php

Wisdom Dordoe and the Give Me Hope Foundation, has touched thousands of lives with their great project.

Mr Dordoe called on others Ghanaians to reach out and help others. If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. 

“Be a vessel, be the change, be the difference, or be the inspiration. Shine your light as an example. The world needs more of that,” he encouraged others to give a helping hand. 

 
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Non-profit organization, Give Me Hope Foundation has held its much-talked about December charity programme for some underprivileged children at the Royal seed Orphanage in the Central Region.
http://www.peacefmonline.com/pages/local/news/201901/371693.php
The program, the ‘Needy Child Outreach’ programme was fun-packed with so many free activities including; eye screening, medication, barbering, makeup, face painting, food, drink bazar as well as entertainment. The foundation also donated clothes, food items, educational materials and other assorted items worth over GH¢50,000. 
http://www.peacefmonline.com/pages/local/news/201901/371693.php
There was also educational talks on Child abuse prevention awareness and Career empowerment to motivate the underprivileged children to inspire them to greatness.A medical professional, Dr. Jake Acheampong who was on the team urged the leadership of the Royal Seed Orphanage to take very good care of the eating habits of in-mate and cultivate the habit of visiting the hospital regularly for a frequent comprehensive eye screening.

Doctor Acheampong in his submission also revealed that there are thousands of Ghanaians who suffer from various eye conditions, but could not afford the cost of medical care to correct the defects, and therefore saw it necessary to meet them at their needs. 

He further asked for support from both government and private sector players to provide support of the activities of Give Me Hope Foundation in order to touch more vulnerable lives.

Mrs. Naomi Esi Amoah, Founder of Royal Seed orphanage thanked the NGO and the medical team for helping her orphanage and also appealed for more of such support to help cater for the home.

On his part, the founder of Give Me Hope Foundation, Wisdom Dordoe, said the NGO in its daily quest seeks to restore hopes and inspire lives for the less privileged into greatness in communities.

Mr Dordoe further expressed a profound gratitude to members of the NGO for sacrificing everything possible to make its maiden outreach programme a reality and thanked all donors whose supports have gone a long way to impact lives. 

“We have big goals for 2019 and looking forward to your support to help make them possible by impacting more lives,” he said.
http://www.peacefmonline.com/pages/local/news/201901/371693.php
He also called on various institutions, foreign donors, and individuals to support Give Me Hope Foundation in impacting more lives with its great projects.

Wisdom Dordoe.

 
 
 
 
Source: Peacefmonline.com

 

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