Wisdom Dordoe celebrated his birthday on 14th December 2018 to make the day a memorable as a young philanthropist he went round the street of Accra sharing foods to the homeless and beggars on the street. 
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Over hundred packs food was shared to put a smiles on their faces. He quoted “There are a lots of people on our street so hungry that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread”

Feeding the homeless on the street did not end there but he and his team went to Kaneshie Policlinic Marternity ward to touch lives of women in the ward. He donated bedsheets and other items to all the women in the ward and the hospital at large. He also had a talk with the women in the hospital on child abuse prevention awareness. 

Give Me Hope Foundation holds mega ‘Needy Child Outreach’ programme for Royal Seed Orphanage

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.

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. 
There was also educational talks on Child abuse prevention awareness and Career empowerment to motivate the underprivileged children to inspire them to greatness.

Success Stories: Education Sponsorship

We are happy to continue our education“
Education sponsorship child Give Me Hope Foundation save their lives.
Three years ago this children parents find themselves in prison over dead body found in their back yard. This poor family do not have money to get legal assistance.
Their three children dropped out of school and living on the street for survival. Getting two squares meals a day was a challenge and their elder sister at 12 years goes to sell water in traffic to feed them.
Our visits to prison that led to their mother telling us us about their stories and we look for the children and found them. 
With the help of Give Me Hope Foundation this children were given sponsorships to go school. Their food and care are also sponsored by the foundations.

The Founder of Give Me Hope Foundation Wisdom Dordoe has been nominated for Global Goodwill ambassador as humanitarian

 

Give Me Hope Foundation has launched an empowerment tour program for students dubbed “Empower Them Young” at Abeka Junior High School.
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According to the founder of the foundation, the campaign is aimed to empower and improve lives of students across deprived communities and also create platform to enhance students’ skills and talents despite challenges. 
“Our goal is to put them on a path to leadership. Use creative methods to encourage disadvantaged students to excel by offering mentorship, summer camps and after school activities,” Mr Wisdom Dordoe said.

Speaking at the launch, guest speaker Miss Ophelia Oni said “we need to boost the confidence of students through constant and consistent engagement with accomplished personalities from across the professional field…We must narrow the gap between the student world and professional world”  

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

Give Me Hope Foundation, in collaboration with Alfie Design has organized a free sewing training for girls and women in some deprived communities. Twenty women from Abossey Okai Zongo, Agbogboshie, Korle Gono, Kasoa, and Mallam were the first batch to start. The founder of the Foundation, Wisdom Dordoe, said the programme was part of women empowerment adaptation measures to reduce poverty and promote quality livelihoods among the people, especially women.

He believes training the women would serve as an income generating venture to make money to enable them to take good care of their familie .Reducing poverty among women requires a mix of pro-poor policies and strategies which target the informal sector and vulnerable groups such as the youth and women,” he said.

According to him, many other women will benefit from in the near future. For her part, Dede Asary, the General Manager for Alfie Design said the company is a woman-focused one which is into manufacturing of apparel and training of women for free.They believe in training vulnerable group of girls and women so they gain access to affordable informal training and entrepreneurial support services, which in the long term contributes to an enabling environment that promotes women enterprise. https://www.myjoyonline.com/news/2018/November-13th/give-me-hope-foundation-partners-alfie-design-to-train-women-in-deprived-cnities.php

 

Give Me Hope Foundation provide sponsorship for a less privileged girl who lost her father who is the bread winner at a tender age. Her mother is doing house help to provide food for the house. Give Me Hope Foundation pick the story up and  sponsor her to university. Her school fees and others things have been paid.  We restore hopes and inspire lives.

Give Me Hope Charity Foundation, a non-profit organisation, in collaboration with its partners, have donated assorted items worth over GH¢60,000 to the Female Division of the Nsawam Medium Security Prisons in the Eastern Region.
The items included sanitary pads, baby diapers and bath sets, bathing soaps, tooth pastes and brushes, 50 plastic chairs, 200 pieces of towels and bed-sheets, washing powder, sachets water and food items.
The gesture forms part of the Foundation’s commitment to touching lives and restoring hopes to the needy and the less-privileged in the society.
The visit afforded members of the Foundation the opportunity to interact with the inmates to hear their stories and understand the reality of being in prison cells.
There were counselling sessions for the inmates and motivational talks from seasoned speakers and men of God.

 

Education Programs

The Student Adoption Program started since 2013 with the aim to provide financial and emotional support for the brilliant and needy children. We consistently offer scholarships, free education and tuition classes as per our selection criteria. We provided below.

  • School uniforms and shoes
  • Tuition and classroom fees
  • Transportation to school
  • After-School Tutorial Program providing teachings and nutritious meals.

 

 

Trading Sponsorship

Elizabeth lives with her single mother who works as a banana seller in the traffic of kasoa. Coming from a vulnerable background, Elizabeth felt that she had the potential to reach greater heights. She was a bundle of talent, but was unsure on how to effectively channelize it. This changed when he got introduced to the Dream Career Connect Program. In Elizabeth own words, she could see a measurable change in her life after being associated with the Career Connect Program to learn fashion design which has been her dream. She said, “Previously, I used to have a carefree attitude to life. I lacked commitment, focus and a sense of responsibility towards my own future. I always believed that I was intelligent, talented and good at studies, but I did not realize the importance of hard work, commitment or discipline in life that one ought to have, to become successful. I also learnt that it is important to take initiatives and come out of one’s comfort zone in order to realize one’s potential.” Life skills sessions at Career Connect played a pivotal role in his transformation. With a beaming smile, he says, “Life skills sessions were an eye opener to me.

 

 

School Uniforms distributions

Give Me Hope Foundation, 28 January 2013 has distributed school uniforms, shoes, bags and stationary and other goods among 100 poor students in Northern Region “We collected donations to purchase goods for the poor and orphan school children” the poor parents face difficulties in buying school uniforms, bags and stationary for their children.

 

 

Eye Of The Lord Orphanage Medical Screening and Donations

Medical screening is a strategy used in a population to identity an unrecognized disease in individuals without signs or symptoms. This can include individuals with pre-symptomatic or unrecognized symptomatic disease. As such, screening tests are somewhat unique in that, they are performed on persons apparently in good health. Screening interventions are designed to identify disease in a community early, thus enabling earlier intervention and management in the hope to reduce mortality and suffering from a disease.

 

 

Village of Hope Orphanage Donations

We donated confectionaries and toiletries and were donated to the orphans in support of care for the care for them.

 

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