Airtel Ghana donates to Human Compassion Orphanage
Airtel has made a donation to the Human Compassion Orphanage as part of its ongoing employee led “12 Days of Giving” initiative.
Human Compassion is a registered non-governmental organization established in 2004, in the Ga West district to operate a full time facility to care for orphaned HIV positive children.
The orphanage was nominated by an employee of Airtel who recommended the work of the home to be supported by the ongoing campaign this season of giving.
Ms. Angela Jones, a representative from the home thanked Airtel for the generosity shown to the home at such a crucial time of the year. She further expressed her gratitude to the staff who nominated the home to be recognised in such a manner.
Making the presenting to the orphanage, Maruf Lawal, Network & TI Director of Airtel remarked, “We are deeply touched by the compassion shown by this orphanage in caring for children orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS. The effort the team is putting in to care for these children living with HIV is remarkable and in appreciation of your effort, we are making this donation to support you to continue inspiring hope in these children”.
The “12 days of Giving” is an initiative led by employees and supported by Airtel to support individuals and charitable causes in communities this festive season as a way to spread the joy of the season. The initiative is expected to support similar causes across the country over a 12 day period.
Airtel is Ghana’s fastest growing telecommunications company was recently awarded at the IPR awards for Best Company, Community Relations Programme.