Benevolent Hearts Foundation Holds X’mas Relief Party For Kids

Benevolent Hearts Foundation, a Non-Profit making organization has organized its 5th Orphan Relief X’mas Party for children in the Fodzoku community of the Volta Region.

The Orphan Relief X’mas Party is a yearly event put together by the Foundation to put smiles on the faces of less privileged children on December 26th of every year, who have found themselves in such situations due to one problem or the other.

It was a fun-filled event at which the Foundation indeed brought smiles onto the faces of the less privileged children in the Fodzoku community, a community along the Akuse Road.

The children had fun as they were treated to good music, entertainment parked with dancing competitions, chair dancing among others.

Speaking to Narkie Nartey, Founder of Benevolent Hearts Foundation after the successful event she indicated that the aim of the Foundation is mainly to support orphans.

According to her, Benevolent Hearts Foundation however decided to expand its reach to include children from less privileged communities in Ghana hence, Fodzoku was selected as beneficiary of the 5th Orphan Relief X’mas Party.

She revealed that the Foundation has this year, fed close to 400 children at the Fodzoku party.

“It was fun, there was dancing competition, chair dancing and prices were given out to winners. There were drinks available to drink, enough food to eat and volunteers of the Foundation indeed had great time dancing and having fun with the children,” she said.

She also mentioned that the fun-filled party treated the children who were drawn from Fodzoku and its surrounding areas to a variety of mouth-watering dishes like jollof rice, plain rice, chicken and boiled eggs served with beverages.

Apart from the great feast and dancing, a variety of gifts of clothes, books, shoes candies and biscuits were shared among the children with love.

She said: “It was so colorful. We also had activities such as face paintings, dancing competitions, musical chairs among others were staged. There were interaction sessions with the kids where they had fun and were equally advised on issues pertaining to healthy living among others.

She explained further that Benevolent Hearts Foundation was committed to enhancing lives, bringing hope to the less fortunate children in the society by ensuring smiles on their faces especially during the yuletide.

“We’ve demonstrated this commitment over the years and I must say that this is the 5th time in a row orphans and deprived children are benefiting from the Foundation during the Christmas festivities, but this time around we have managed to organise a much bigger party compared to the previous ones because we have expanded the project to reach out not only to orphans but also to children in deprived communities like Fodzoku,” she added.

She appealed to other charitable organisations, institutions, philanthropists and well-meaning Ghanaians to endeavor to support Benevolent Hearts Foundation to enhance lives and bring hope to many disadvantaged people in society.

Since its inception 7 years ago, BHF has been instrumental in reaching out to those living in underserved communities with such outreach activities and donations to improve lives.

See Pictures of the event below:


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