Sickle Cell Helping Hand Foundation Gives Hope to Korle-bu Sickle Cell Patients


In a heartwarming gesture of compassion, the Sickle Cell Helping Hand Foundation, led by Mr. Samuel Bangya extended a helping hand to patients at the Ghana Institute of Clinical Genetics. The foundation’s generous donation of toiletries, cash, and breakfast brought relief and joy to those undergoing treatment.

Mr. Bangya, a passionate advocate for sickle cell patients, spoke about the foundation’s mission to improve the quality of life of individuals living with this condition. He emphasized the importance of providing practical support to patients and their families, especially during challenging times.

The foundation’s donation included a range of essential toiletries, ensuring that patients could maintain proper hygiene and personal care during clinic visits. The cash donation will be used to purchase some basic items for the facility, such as screens and trolleys. Additionally, the breakfast donation provided a nutritious start to the day for patients who were present during the presentation, boosting their energy and spirits.

The Institute expressed their gratitude to the Sickle Cell Helping Hand Foundation and Mr. Bangya for their kindness and support. They mentioned how the donation will make a tangible difference in patient care at the Institute.

The gesture serves as an inspiration to others to come forward and support those in need. It highlights the power of compassion and the transformative impact that even small acts of kindness can have on individuals facing adversity.

As the Sickle Cell Helping Hand Foundation continues its work, it hopes to reach even more patients and families affected by sickle cell disease. With the support of the community, the foundation aims to make a lasting difference in the lives of those living with this challenging condition.



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