As a team, we find ways to improve the quality of life for people in our communities. On 16th December, The Interact Club of Tema International School set out to spread the Christmas spirit by donating provisions to the New Life Nungua Children’s Home. Rudolph Dogbegah, (President of the club) Karen Apietu (leader of the donation), Phoebe Osei (club treasurer), Kelvin Ahiakpor ( Serjeant-At-Arms), committee members Dayna Sarpong and Amina Banda, and our patrons were present at the Children’s Home to make this donation a success.
The Nungua Children’s Home, founded in 1990 by Nii Aforte Botew II, provides shelter to about a hundred children and adults aged between 1 and 20 years. Through teamwork, hard work, and dedication, we garnered funds to purchase the items for donation. The three thousand five hundred (GHC 3500) worth of donated items included toiletries, biscuits, bags of rice, gallons of oil, packs of drinks, gallons of soap, breakfast items, and clothes.
We Interactors look forward to continuing our vision of discovering the power of service above self and taking the necessary action to make a difference in our school and community. This is just one of the many projects in the pipeline.
This project would not have been possible without the guidance of our coordinators, Ms. Gilda Afegdzi and Mrs. Grace Ameyibor. Thank you for giving us this opportunity.
Rudolph Dogbegah, G12 President.