The Maker’s House Chapel International, as part of measures to support Ghanaians in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, is embarking on a humanitarian mission to feed the needy and underprivileged in society.
Believing in the doctrine of Jesus Christ to give to the poor and needy, the church has put initiatives in place to donate food items, bottled water, antibacterial hand wash, and hand sanitizers to individuals to help cushion them as well as fight against the spread of the virus, otherwise known as COVID-19.
The initiative dubbed “Humanitarian Donation For The Needy And Destitute” will ensure that significant numbers of underprivileged individuals across the nation are able to fend for themselves and their households in these trying times.
The donation is expected to reach over 1000 households all over the country.
According to the management of the church, any person in need of food items should follow these instructions in order to benefit from this kind gesture. Call 0208159507 and give them your location for food items to be delivered to you and your household.
Persons can also spot the church van’s with inscription “Emergency Food Relief Van” at certain locations to receive the various listed items.
The items will be delivered for free and at no cost to the beneficiaries.
The General Overseer of The Maker’s House, Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye explained that it’s a duty of the church to assist those who need help, particularly in dire times.
“These are indeed trying times and our humanity is being tested by the day. However, it’s our collective responsibility to stand with the poor and the needy in society. We and our partners, collectively, are reaching out to 1500 households in Ghana. People who need to be supported with food items regardless of your religious background or denomination! That’s our duty! #lets’standtogether #weareonepeople #tmh #bnmichaelministries”, a post by the General Overseer read.
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