Child Rights Club from Holy Child School Organizes Fundraiser to Support Under-Resourced School in Cape Coast

A central tenet of Child Rights Clubs is to enable children to be active and positive community members. The club at Holy Child School (who can be found on instagram @_childrights_holychild) is a prime example, as they have taken it upon themselves to fundraise for an underresourced school in Cape Coast, to help children to have access to quality education.

Maame Serwaa Abrokwaa, Form 2, Club President (left)   Comfort Owusu-Ansah, Form 2, Vice President (centre) Angela Darkey, Form 2, Organizing Secretary (right)

Maame Serwaa Abrokwaa, Form 2, Club President (left)  

Comfort Owusu-Ansah, Form 2, Vice President (centre)

Angela Darkey, Form 2, Organizing Secretary (right)

Club President Maame explains the project below:

 

"We are planning a fundraiser for the vacation. The funds that would be raised would be used to support our adopted community by helping the less priviledged there and to support their education. 

The fundraisers would be held hopefully at the Marina Mall and Shoprite Osu on the 24th and 26th respectively. 

We adopted the Saint Michael School in Cape Coast. We adopted that community because when we took a further view of the community we realized that that school was lacking lots of amenities. Lots of them cannot also pay their fees, even though there are brilliant people in the school, and if we give them that support they need, they can get somewhere."

- Maame Serwaa Abrokwaa, Club President

 

Child Rights Clubs, like the one at Holy Child School, have shown innovation and dedication to improving their communities and the communities around them. 

Help us support this invaluable work being done by the Holy Child School Child Rights Club by coming out and participating at their fundraising events! Check back here for confirmation of time and location, or follow us on facebook and twitter to get all the latest updates.