The Regent-Ghana Students' Union on Saturday, April, 13, paid a visit to the Royal Seed Home, a Kasoa-based orphanage adopted by the Union.
The visit saw the union donate assorted items worth GHS 2440 to the orphanage. The delegation which visited the orphanage included the Speaker of the Regent Ghana Students’ Parliament, Rt. Hon. Nadia Darko-Lartey, the Deputy Speaker, Hon. Samuel Mark-Tackie, the Deputy Clerk in Charge of General Services, Hon. Johnson Abossey, the Public Relations Officer of RGSP, Hon. Christabel Tetteh and some student leadership aspirants.
Items donated to the orphanage included 800 exercise books, a box of pens, pencils, chalks, markers and erasers. Other items included 1 bag of rice, 1 gallon of cooking oil, 1 bag of onions, a box of tin tomatoes as well as detergents and sanitary wares.
Presenting the items, the Deputy Speaker of RGSP, Hon. Samuel Mark-Tackie, said that the donation formed part of the union’s social responsibility and pledged the union’s continuous support to the orphanage, to enable the children realize their potential.
Receiving the items on behalf of the orphanage, Madam Cynthia Bomi, a coordinator with the Royal Seed Home, expressed gratitude to the union for the donations. She also made a passionate plea to the union to further strengthen its support to the orphanage.