CEO of First Klass Shipping Specialist UK visits Graceland needy childcare; pledges support

The CEO of First Klass Shipping Specialist UK, Mr. Michael Obeng, on Palm Sunday
extended his annual charity projects to Graceland Needy Childcare Shelter, an orphanage home based in Awutu Bawjiase in the Central Region.
First Klass Shipping over the past years has been involved in several charity works aimed at giving back to the society.
These charitable projects have also formed part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of
the company.
First Klass Shipping every year distributes food items, clothing, books and educational materials to selected deprived schools and communities in Ghana.
Other projects worthy of mention include the ultra-modern toilet facility which was officially handed over to the Chiefs, people and inhabitants of Asante Akyem Atwedie in the year 2019. According to Mr. Michael Obeng, the First Klass Group is focusing on needy children and orphans this year 2023.

The orphans were treated to sumptuous fingelicking hot meals and some drinks.
It was indeed a timely euphoria amidst great joy, music, dancing, choreography and
merrymaking as the children jammed on in excitement.
He recounted how his company came into contact with the Founder of Graceland, Madam Grace
He mentioned that a few further discussions subsequently led to this expression of love from First Klass Shipping Group towards the orphans.
He assured Madam Grace and her caretakers including the teachers of his full support every year.
He also pledged to bring to the children school bags, shoes, books among other learning materials as requested by the children.
Madam Grace Wobill, on her part, made a passionate appeal to the general public, individuals, philanthropists and corporate organisations to come to their aid.

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