Fair Wages And Salaries Commission Donates To Dworwulu Children’s Home

The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission as part of their corporate social responsibility initiative in the spirit of giving back has made a positive impact by donating generously to the Dworwulu Special School.

As part of the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission mandates which is to ensure that every worker in Ghana is satisfied with their monthly take home, the staff of the commission also have a charity drive to bring smiles and hope to those in need.

The donation from the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission includes a financial contribution of Ten Thousand Ghana Cedis (10,000ghc) by staff to support the school purchase of essential items that they may need to enhance the learning environment for the children at Dzorwulu Special School.

In addition to the monetary support, the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission members also provided in-kind donations such as 7 Big Bags Rice, 10 Packs of Awake Water, 2 Big Gallon Oil, Juice Drinks Packs, 8 Assorted Biscuits Boxes, 15 Packs of Toiletries, Soaps, 6 big size tinned tomatoes and various food items, spreading warmth and joy to the students and staff.

The Chief Executive Officer of Fair Wages and Salaries Commission Mr. Benjamin Arthur who led the team, expressed his heartfelt sentiments about the initiative, stating, that it was a long-awaited dream of commission staff to bring hope and smiles to the people at the special school so he only made that dream possible when made the CEO since is a wealthy course for members been happy to be able to contribute to the well-being of the students at Dzorwulu Special School.

Mr Frederick Tetteh who is the head Headmaster of Dzorwulu Special School, conveyed his gratitude, saying We extend our deepest appreciation to the Staff of fair wages for their generous donation.

This support will undoubtedly make a meaningful impact on the lives of our students. It is heartwarming to witness such acts of kindness at the beginning of the year and we are truly grateful for the care shown by all of you.

The Fair Wages Boss Mr Benjamin Arthur together and his team ably assisted by the headmaster Mr Frederick Tetteh after the donation later took a tour around the school facilities to have first-hand information on the current condition of the facility and see what the commission can do to assist the school in their next line of visit.

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