Feed the Sick Foundation, a non-governmental organisation in partnership with Radio Windy Bay has put smiles on the faces of hundreds of patients in four major hospitals in Ghana.
The project which is in its third year saw patients from Trauma and Specialist Hospital, Winneba; Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, Cape Coast; Koforidua Government Hospital and Korle- Bu Teaching Hospital respectively benefitting from this year’s donations.
The team led by Jerry Martey, the founder of the Feed the Sick Project donated assorted biscuits, milk, milo, soft drink, bottled water and loaves of bread. The items received from individuals and corporate entities in and around Winneba fed thousands of Patients from these four hospitals.
The visit started from the Trauma and Specialist and Cape Coast Teaching, Koforidua Regional hospitals from Monday to Tuesday 28th, 29th December, and ended on 30th December, 2020 respectively at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
According to the founder, Jerry Martey, the rationale behind the annual donation is to put smiles on the faces of those who unfortunately found themselves on the hospital beds during Christmas while others celebrated the occasion with their families and relatives.
He was very optimistic that next year’s donations would be massive enough to cover more Hospitals across the country.
He, therefore, heaped praises on individuals and corporate bodies who had supported generously with various items to this year’s Feed the Sick Foundation Project to it a success. He also thanked his hard-working, dedicated and committed team members for their various roles in the foundation.
-Radio Windy Bay News Desk Report