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Ghana: Star Assurance sustains support for Hope for Little Lives Foundation

Star Assurance has demonstrated its dedication to aiding children in underserved communities by contributing ¢20,000 to bolster the Christmas activities of the Hope for Little Lives Foundation in Sekondi Takoradi, Western region.

Star Assurance’s generous donation signifies its enduring partnership with the foundation, aiming to deliver crucial healthcare services to children in need.

The donated funds will aid diverse Christmas activities, encompassing health education, complimentary screenings for children, free surgeries for those with medical conditions, and additional initiatives aimed at enhancing the well-being of children in underserved communities.

During a presentation ceremony, the CEO of Star Assurance, Boatemaa Barfour-Awuah, expressed the company’s dedication to the foundation’s mission.

“Star Assurance is proud to be part of Hope for Little Lives Foundation’s growth and inspired by their unwavering passion to help children. We believe that every child deserves access to quality healthcare, and we are committed to supporting this noble cause,” she said.

Director of Programmes and Outreach at Hope for Little Lives Foundation, Dr. Jeffrey Parker, expressed his deep gratitude to Star Assurance for their consistent support.

“Thanks to Star Assurance’s unwavering commitment, we have performed over 170 surgeries and screened over 1,200 children in the past three to four years.

This has significantly impacted the lives of countless children and families. We are incredibly grateful for Star Assurance’s partnership and continued support,” he said.

Star Assurance’s steadfast dedication to social responsibility underscores their values and commitment to making a positive impact on the communities they serve. Their collaboration with the Hope for Little Lives Foundation is actively contributing to improving the lives of children in need.

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