A4Africa Launches Initiative To Donate Stationery To The Street Children Empowerment Foundation
A4Africa is pleased to announce that in May 2016 it made its first of what will be many donations of A4Africa branded paper and notepads to the Street Children Empowerment Foundation. SCEF is a charity which helps to empower the lives of vulnerable street children in Ghana, helping them to become universal heroes!
“This partnership has helped in daily work with the children…such as doing homework or using it in our craft-lab to paint and draw. The donation of A4Africa notepads will also help with different activities related to education.” Paul Semeh, Founder/Executive Director of SCEF
Chris Osei-Frimpong, the ‘Dreamer’ behind A4Africa adds, “I’m extremely excited to launch our notebooks and I’m even more excited that we’re able to support children at SCEF with stationery to help them understand the importance of having resources and utilising them in more ways than just one. They’re not just materials to use in the classroom; they’re also for them to write their ideas in - be that creative, intellectual or entrepreneurial ideas. I know the power of writing down thoughts and ideas in notepads too, since it led me to establishing what is now A4Africa today.”
This partnership will ensure the growth and social impact for these children in Ghana, Africa— and soon the world.
All notepads can be pre-ordered and for every one ordered another will be donated to SCEF to help create a positive and needed change in the lives of these young children, who will one day be future leaders.
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Notes To Editor
A4africa was founded in March 2015 by Chris Osei-Frimpong 'to create lasting products and services– that honour and empower Africans.' The aim of A4Africa is to supply African and global markets with quality products that are cost effective and reflect the immense possibilities that the continent has to offer. www.a4africa.com
SCEF wants to achieve sustainable improvements in the lives of street and deprived children in James Town, one of the poor neighborhoods in Accra. www.scef-international.org