An outstanding Charity Foundation in Sunyani, Bra Dea Foundation in association with its partner, Candys, has proven beyond doubt that they are not relenting in putting smiles on the faces of the under privileged and those who need our support.
After donating face masks to the less privileged in the Bono Region—which comprises of traders, orphanage homes, butchers, drivers and others, the foundation has extended its philanthropic activities to media houses.
Bra Dea Foundation and its partners are gearing up to distribute face masks to media personalities in the capital city of Bono Region, Sunyani.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bra Dea Foundation, Michael Edwards Kwasi told zackgh.com that the next beneficiaries of the ongoing charity project will be radio stations in Sunyani and a couple of T.V. stations.
He stated that the media in the region have played an important role when the Corona pandemic was at it’s peak.
“The media have played pivotal roles…even in the midst of the pandemic, they were still working to inform the general public.
The CEO of Bra Dea Foundation stressed the importance of giving while explaining why he takes delight in embarking on philanthropic activities.
Bra Dea Foundation and its partners have aimed at distributing 2000 face masks to help curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus. But as at now, they have exceeded the number and have shared almost 2400 face masks. We say kudos to them and call on the general public to support Bra Dea Foundation to do more.