The items include food stuffs, used clothing,shoes, assorted drinks, cooking oil, detergents, and toiletries among others.

Regent-logoMs. Courtney Owusu, the Women’s Commissioner of Regent- Ghana Students’ Union who presented the items on behalf of her colleagues said the gesture was to put similes on the faces of the deprived at the home.

She also said they felt it was their responsibility as privileged students to support underprivileged children to reach the height they are nearing attaining as graduates.

The Women’s Commissioner expressed the hope that the items would help save a life.
Aunty Sophia, a caretaker at the home, who received the items commended the students’ for their benevolence and called on others to emulate.

She said the Potters Village, is a charitable organization which aims at empowering vulnerable women and children in order to ensure harmonious living in homes and communities.

Source: Raphael Apetorgbor


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