Epiphany Charity Foundation donates to Providence Orphanage at Aflao
The founder of Epiphany Charity Foundation, Mr Charles Ativor and board members of the foundation have donated some items to the Providence residential home at Aflao-Rainbow.

Date Created : 12/25/2017 9:29:51 AM : Story Author : Dominic Shirimori/Francis Vorsah/

The items included undisclosed cash amount, bags of maize, bags of rice, cooking oils, drinks, clothings, bags of sachets of water among others.

Mr. Charles Ativor interacting with the children noted that he sees children at the orphanages home not as orphans but rather describes them as the harbour of God’s blessings so God would grant them some of the blessings through prayers.

Thus, they have taken it upon themselves to positively impact on their lives to give them hope for the future.

According to him, in 2015, the foundation presented some items to the home but the 2016 elections could not present any favourable environment hence they were unable to reach out to them. However, they are here in 2017 and this year’s donation is an improvement of the past years.

He encourage the children not to be discouraged because he sees the likes of Dangote and other prominent personalities among them, adding however that they only have to learn positive things from people they look up to and leave out bad attitudes exhibited by such public figures.

Mr Ativor urged them not to forget to help others in similar predicaments if in future they become successful individuals because it took the interventions of others to turn their lives around when they needed help.

Mother of the Home, Madam Helen King who received the items was full of praise for the Epiphany Charity Foundation for the support and extended appreciation to all the people who contributed to the success of the program.

Mr Napoleon Gbeti, Chairman of the foundation also recognized that the kids have no hope to success as orphans but through the help of the public, and that explains the role of the foundation as it tries to give and support the development of the children in the home.

Mr George Bagna, the Manager at Victory FM also added his voice to the call for the children who wish to become great personalities in future not to just learn hard but to respect every individual they come across especially their caretakers.