Sincerely Vee Foundation and Ahaban Green Leaf Foundation (GLF) have partnered with SOF (Sabukey Osabutey Foundation) Ghana on a campaign to raise awareness about Down Syndrome.
Dubbed ‘The Color Spree,’ it will see the three organizations embark on a series of events starting on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at the Dzorwulu Special school.
The team will spend time with the students and also make donations to assist them on their art education. The project, organizers say will sharpen the art skills of the students which is important in educating children with intellectual disabilities.
It will be followed by an Autism awareness on April 2, 2017 at Echoing Hills, Dzorwulu, and Dyslexia awareness on October 5, 2017 at Dyslexia Ghana at Mamprobi.
Ahaban GLF is a humanitarian organization (non-profit) dedicated to working with communities across Africa to tackle our developmental challenges by reaching out holistically to those in need and helping them reach their full potential.
Sincerely Vee foundation is an extension of The Sincerely, Vee show. and founded by Radio & TV Host, Vanessa Gyan. It aims to raise awareness and make a difference/impact by dedicating their time on one specific need that the organization feel lacks attention.
SOFGHANA provides educational and special needs assistance to children with intellectual disabilities especially, autism, dyslexia and down syndrome.