Greensprings School started this year’s Independence celebration with a N2 million donation in aid of displaced women. The amount was presented to Sesor Empowerment Foundation during the school’s National Day event, a culturally rich variety show featuring performances in poetry, dance, fashion and drama by the school’s talented students.
Head of School, Anthony Village, Helen Brocklesby, said the funds, which are to support displaced women and their families, “were raised mainly by the students’ efforts and would not only enhance the women’s businesses but would help them look after their families”.
Executive Director of the school, Mrs. Lai Koiki, presented the cheque to Sesor’s Executive Director, Ier Jonathan-Ichaver, saying that the school was impressed by the organisation’s work with women.
Jonathan-Ichaver thanked the school for the kind donation, saying the funds would make a difference in the lives of the displaced women and their families. She added that the school would receive a progress on the women and accepted the cheque on behalf of Sesor’s board.
Those moved to support Sesor’s programmes can make a donation to Sesor Empowerment Foundation StanbicIBTC Account 0002888203 or GTBank Account 0170089727 as well as via PayPal on www.sesorafrica.org.