Agent of Charity Foundation (ACF), a Christian human-centered group that majors in helping and training vulnerable persons with music talents has donated food items, toiletries, sachet water and detergents to Kinderhaus Kumasi, a Home for the needy at Ekyem near Tikrom, communities in Ashanti Region.

The Christian Foundation also spent time with the inmates whose ages ranged from 5 to 18 years to explore music talents in them.

Setting up drums, piano and other musical instruments, the children were allowed to play and sing while Agent of Charity Foundation Leaders identified talents within the inmates.

Showing profuse happiness, the inmates and the authorities at the Home prayed for the ACF team.

Speaking to this reporter, Reverend Philip Kwaku Acheampong, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Agent of Change Foundation noted that his outfit reaches out to the needy and vulnerable every year.

He stated that the Foundation’s mandate is to minister to the needs of the vulnerable.

The CEO also disclosed that as part of the Foundation’s outreach to these needy homes, the Foundation finds time to assemble musical instruments and allows the inmates to play so as to unearth music talents amongst them. 

“The Agent of Charity Foundation by its name is committed to supporting the needy and the vulnerable in the society as well as provide an avenue to explore music talents in them. We have been doing these donations over the years and we intend to do more for the vulnerable”, the CEO stated.

Edward Opoku, a 14 year old inmate at Kinderhaus thanked the CEO and his team for the gesture.

“Most of my colleagues and I have been desirous of such opportunities to sing and play some musical instruments and so we are grateful that ACF has found time to offer us this privilege”, Master Opoku stated.

Berlinda Ampofo, 13 year old girl at the home said she was happy to have had the opportunity to sing in public.

“May God bless ACF for helping some of us to publicly express our musical talents and we pray we continue to have these opportunities to better ourselves in the art”, Ms Ampofo said. 

Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,  Kumasi. 

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