The world is all about showing care especially to those who for one reason or the other aim at giving up on their dreams for the lack of care and support from either family or friends. It is with this that Rev. Gideon Frimpong Opoku has taken it upon himself to put smiles on the faces of the less privileged children and instill hope in them.

With a great team,Rev. Gideon Frimpong Opoku has over the years donated items worth thousands of cedis to schools and orphanage homes and this year wasn’t an exception.

On October 19th, Pastor Gideon Frimpong Opoku together with some of his congregation donated donated items and an amount of 5000 cedis to the New Life Children’s Home International.

The amount was to help
register a number of the kids to the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

With his vision, the man of God is poised to adding some vitality to the lives of the less privileged and to provide the uneducated with education in diverse ways. He again seeks to provide women with vocational skills which will in turn generate income to cater for the needy and is focused on practices and programs that will help the less Privilege acquire and effectively apply their knowledge and skills to achieve their full potentials.

In an interview with, Rev. Gideon Frimpong Opoku explained that, one shouldn’t wait to acquire all the riches in the world before lending a helping hand to the needy. To him, one can be a blessing to the needy or less privileged in the community not only by giving out clothes, food and money but with our smiles, touch and even advice we give to these children can go a long way in affecting their lives positively.

See photos of donation below:

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