digicraft

DIGICRAFT, an indigenous advertising and brand management company, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, donated GH?2,000 to Soar High International, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Accra last week.

The donation formed part of the company?s 10th anniversary celebration under the theme, ?Blue Revolution in Advertising.?

Kate Tawiah, Administrator, Digicraft, said the company was committed to assisting its host communities.

She said the donation indicated the company?s commitment to helping NGOs.

The NGO trains underprivileged teenagers in football and sewing. Some of the children are also in school.

For her part, Roberta Blankson, Client Service and Traffic, said the growth of Digicraft could be attributed to hard work, dedication and teamwork.
She said her outfit?s strategy has always been aligned with the philosophy of clients.

Boldness Bentil, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)/President, Soar High International, receiving the donation, expressed appreciation for the kind gesture and explained that the funds would be used to improve the living conditions of the trainees.

Digicraft was registered under the Companies Act of 1963 in 2003 to operate as an advertising and brand management company.
Since its inception, the company has provided quality services to meet the needs of its clients in the areas of branding, marketing, advertising, design services, public relations and corporate communications.

By Mary Anane

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