Xender’s Charity Foundation donate mathematical set and other school items to final years in the juaboso District

Xender’s  Charity Foundation has donated stationery materials and some valuable items  to the final year students in the juaboso District. The materials included exercise books, pencils, erasers, and  mathematical sets etc.

The students were also educated on how to wear their nose masks and wash their hands properly, as well as how to observe the COVID-19 safety protocols by some members of the Xender’s Charity Foundation

The Chief Executive Officer (C.E .O)  of  Xender’s Charity Foundation during the presentation of the items on Monday November 1,  this year, urged the students to study well to enable them pass their upcoming Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

He also admonished the students to observe all the COVID-19 safety protocols when at home and in school.

He said Xender’s Charity Foundation would continue to assist vulnerable communities, particularly in the areas of education and health.

The Headmaster receiving the items  expressed his gratitude to Xender’s Charity Foundation for their support .

Read the full Statement Below

Early yesterday with my team went to donate mathematical set to the final year students in my electoral area in the Juaboso District. It was the school I completed and was the boys prefect during my time at both primary and Junior High School. It’s my wish to see the school in this rural community and the intellectuals who are deprived and later drop out due to lack of learning materials, to attain a greater height.

Giving back the society was what I and my team took to ourselves.

We are much grateful to Oheneba Nana kwame Obeng and the Royal House group of Sefwi Mim. In infact, your support is was inevitable.

I am Proud to be a Royal Boy and I hope to aspire to greater heights where I can inspire, motivate, and give hope to the hopeless.

There is a lot to be done as a foundation, especially in our part of the country where dreams of great people with special potentials are being incarcerated due to lack of academic resources, mentorship, and social needs. I usually become emotional when I think back and look at what people are going through, since I was once there and my dreams nearly faded off. If I have been able to complete my bachelor’s degree, I have to also help people to get out of such situations.

I together with my team, want to thank each and everyone who supported us in our donation. We appreciate all your efforts. And we ask for more.

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