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Mills’ Foundation Supports Children’s Hospital

donationMILLS’ FOUNDATION Inc, a United States of America (USA) based non-governmental organization (NGO) has donated medicines valued at GH¢16,320 to Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital in Accra to supplement its medical needs.

Sponsored by Crosslink international Limited in the United States of America (USA), the donation included antibiotics and vitamins for children. Margaret Okine, a Senior Nursing Officer who received the items on behalf of the hospital said they were indeed grateful for the donation and wished other organisations would be motivated by the kind gesture.

Anna Mills, a founding member of Mills’ Foundation Inc Charity Group and a nurse in the United States of America (USA) said though the donation marked its second contribution to the hospital, it would continue to support the facility with its gifts.

She said the group’s decision to contribute was motivated by the quest to mobilize financial and material support for both the physical and emotional needs of children who have been abandoned and orphaned. She added that Mills Foundation Inc. Charity firmly believes in not only providing monetary and material aids but also in promoting self-sufficiency by strengthening communities and offering hope.

According to her, they are currently with Christian Worship Center Orphanage Mission in Accra and Mei-Wei Orphanage in Cape Coast. The Mills Foundation Inc. was established in January 2008 in order to meet the needs of children who are physically challenged and in need and to a be voice of hope and faith for their future.

Source: dailyguideghana

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