Innova Trust Holding (ITH), a service provider on Saturday donated some items to the Dzorwulu Special School in support of their welfare.

show members of the club with Mr Ato Maclean, Chief Executive Office of ITH presenting the items to one of the pupils of the school.
show members of the club with Mr Ato Maclean, Chief Executive Office of ITH presenting the items to one of the pupils of the school.
The items include; bags of rice, used clothing, toiletries, insecticides, detergents, biscuits, assorted drinks and a cash amount of GHC 1, 000.

The ITH was supported with the Honourables Club, a networking club with all professional background at East Legon in Accra.

Mr Ernest Hayford Topp-Yankah, General Manager of ITH said the donation was in appreciation to God for the gains they made over the years and increased his passion for the children.

Mr Topp-Yankah said: “As God keeps blessing me, there is the need to also replicate the blessing to the under privileged in society, especially… special pupils.”

“I believe we are doing what God requested us to do by sharing our blessings with others and I know my Foundation would do more things as we go into future.”

Mr Randy Nana Arhin, Head of Agro Products at ITH said his outfit every quarter of the year identify a community or a school to help in solving part of their problems.

He said this was part of the group’s Corporate Social Responsibility to give back to the community, especially the vulnerable in society.

Mr David Boafo, the President of the Honourables Club said, in December last year, the club in collaboration with Jonathan Mensah Foundation, made a donation to the school with the assurance of returning with more support.

He said this was to fulfil the promises made last year, as the club is again collaborating with the ITH to support the school.

Mr Boafo said the physical presence of members of the club was a major excitement to the pupil and encouraged the staff of the school to continue with their hard work and care for the children.

Mr Frederick Tutu, Assistant Head of the School said the major challenge of the School was security and needed more house mothers to take care of the children.

He said the School had 160 children and adults ranging from seven to 40 years.

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