The Armed Forces Children’s Association-Ghana (AFCA Ghana) and the AFCA Cadet Corps, will visit the 37 Military Hospital and the Amasaman Veterans Administration of Ghana (VAG) Legion village on September 29 and 30 to mark this year’s National Volunteer Day.

The visits form part of activities earmarked by the Association to inculcate in children and the youth, the spirit of volunteerism that, it believes, would help build patriotism in the country.

The members of the Association, made up of children of the Men and Women of the Ghana Armed Forces, would be joined by pupils and students of the Cadet Corps from selected schools in the country, to present Get-Well-Soon cards and other items to admitted personnel of the Armed Forces at the 37 Military Hospital on Friday, September 29.

They would then undertake a clean-up exercise at the Legion Village at Amasaman on Saturday, September 30 where they would interact with the resident retired soldiers of the Ghana Armed Forces.

The charity project is in line with this year’s National Volunteer Day, which is from the 21 to 30 September.
Corporate bodies, Organizations, Institutions, philanthropists and individuals are encouraged to support the event with donations in cash and kind to the Association through the Administrator on 0571881607.
The National Volunteer Day is an initiative of Ghana Think Foundation’s Ghana Volunteer Program, which seeks to encourage volunteerism in Ghana.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.