The Zynnell Zuh Foundation, as part of its Orphanage Outreach project visited the Motherly Love Orphanage and donated some items to the lovely children there.
Items donated include; several packs of essential food provisions and toiletries, raw foodstuff amongst others.
The Zynnell Zuh Foundation is a leading non-profit organisation in Ghana established by the actress, philanthropist and filmmaker, Zynnell Zuh to cater for orphans and vulnerable youth in Ghana and across Africa.
It is also to among the many objectives give back to society. At the donation event, she seized the opportunity to also raise awareness for the support of orphans in Ghana.
The foundation concentrates on key thematic areas covering; children’s healthcare, orphanage home visitations and adoptions, eradicating child poverty and hunger, environmental sustainability, mental health care, human rights, anti-bullying and child education.
Since opening its doors in 2020, Zynnell Zuh Foundation has been actively involved in feeding street children through its #Project30000 outreaches across the city of Accra. This ongoing effort is to raise awareness about the plight of vulnerable street children and to increase the visibility of their actions to ensure that donors and well-meaning citizens can continue to contribute to the feeding of street children daily.
Ignited by a burning passion to advocate for the rights of vulnerable children and youths, Zynnell Zuh says, “This has been a lifelong journey for me, I was a member of the Child Rights Club in Wesley Girls High School and became the Organizing Secretary in my final year. It’s been a very long journey.”
In the coming year 2022, Zynnell Zuh Foundation hopes to launch a community development establishment dispensing minimum dietary essentials to the needy as well as to intensify its efforts with its existing thematic projects.
Source: Daily Guide
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