​Greek Kulture Feeds Hungry Children In Africa

Posted by Richard Willis on 11th May 2014

Greek Kulture Feeds Hungry Children In Africa

In March 2014, Greek Kulture (GK), made a cash donation to Sankofa International, Inc. (Sankofa), a non-profit organization registered in Washington, D.C., to help support Sankofa programs. Sankofa’s mission, in short, is to help Africa’s needy become self-sustaining and has been doing so since 1993.

On April 26, 2014, Mr. Richard Willis, Sankofa President and CEO, made a donation to the Royal Seed Home, an orphanage in the Central Region of Ghana – West Africa, on behalf of GK. The Royal Seed Home provides shelter, food, school, church, etc., for approximately 250 children, ranging from infant to early adulthood.

The donation included rice, beans, corn, sugar, milk, cooking oil, toothpaste, soap, toilet paper, insect repellent, cash, and more. Cash is needed for medical treatment and emergency transportation.

The children thanked God, GK, and Sankofa for the heart-felt t donation. And then, they prepared and enjoyed a delicious meal.

For more information on Sankofa, visit www.sankofaintl.org

The Royal Seed Home displays some of the Richard handing envelope, containing cash,

items donated by Greek Kulture to Naomi (Director of Royal Seed Home).