Author: Maame Owusuaa

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lexy’s Collection, Mrs. Lexy Sharon Yeboah Ofori, the team lead of the Reach Out by Lexy’s Collection, and her team has donated some essential items to the Child Health Unit of the Korlebu Teaching Hospital in Accra.

The donation was made on Saturday, 21st October, which co-incidentally marked the birthday of the team lead.

The items donated included packs of tissues, disposable syringes, and thermometers, just to mention a few.

Mrs Yeboah Ofori, a translator, rapporteur, and a philanthropist, and her team have made it a point to judiciously extend a helping hand to different groups of people in society.

To make each donation exercise extremely impactful, they go the extra mile to reach out and ask stakeholders/recipients of their needs. This informs her decision on how best to address these needs.

Over the years, hawkers, orphanages, and street children, among others, have been beneficiaries of “The Reach Out” annual project by Lexy’s Collection.

The team avails themselves and also assists with resources at their disposal to young individuals for mentorship and training to uncover their full potential.

The birth of “The Reach Out” was fueled by the desire to make a difference in the lives of people, to put smiles on faces, and to mould individuals into better versions of themselves. The team believes that a positive impact creates a butterfly effect; the beginning of several success stories to come.

Lexy’s Collection’s annual outreach was formally launched in July 2016, though not a foundation, its main objective is to touch and impact lives positively, especially with children.

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“…We believe that the government cannot extend its arms to all, since it has many branches of responsibilities, so this is the time corporate bodies and individuals should take up the task to give a helping hand to the less privileged in the society,” she explained.

Acting Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Child Health Unit, Madam Emma Hammond joyously assured that the items donated will be distributed accordingly and pledged to also ensure that it is used for its purpose.

On behalf of the department, Madam Hammond thanked the team for the relief items.

Madam Hammond, called on all Ghanaians and the general public, who can equally lend their hands to support, to highly consider the Child Health Unit of the Korlebu Teaching Hospital since a whole lot more is needed at the children’s department.

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