The Tema Riders Club on Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Day put smiles on the faces of orphans at the Rehmar Orphanage Home by donating a variety of items. The donation, which comprised food items, assorted cleaning detergent, and toiletries, clothes, etc. forms part of the club’s corporate social responsibility.
Presenting the items, the President of the club, Mr. Charles Amoako-Brobbey (Freshers), said it was imperative that people made a conscious effort to bless the less-privileged if our society was to grow and thrive.
“Donating to the less-privileged is a selfless act that will bless the lives of many. Your donation is a meaningful symbol of love that could make all the difference in the life of someone, especially a child” he said.
The club, in a related event, also made a donation to the Tema Community 11 Police Station.
Mr. Amoako-Brobbey disclosed that it was the hope of the club that this gesture would go a long way to boost the morale of the personnel in the discharge of their duties.
He also called on the corporate world and philanthropic organisations to be supportive of the various crime prevention initiatives undertaken by the Police.
“I hope that our little gesture here today will go a long way to facilitate the Community 11 Police’s efforts in enhancing the safety of our citizens and promoting a better living environment.” He added.
Amoakoh-Brobbey pledged that the Tema Riders Club looks forward to furthering collaboration with the police in future police initiatives for the well-being of the Tema and the nation at large.