PHOTOS: ROGUE Foundation And UCANGH Foundation Feed, Clothe Hundreds Homeless In Accra

A collaborative partnership between ROGUE Foundation and UCANGH Foundation has seen hundreds of the homeless, less-privileged and street children been fed and clothed during the Christmas season.

ROGUE Foundation and UCANGH Foundation have joined forces to feed and clothe 150 street children, 100 adults, 50 persons with disabilities and 20 mentally challenged persons in Accra on December 29, 2018.

On December 29, 2018, ROGUE Foundation and UCANGH Foundation stormed Circle in Accra to helping hands to the needy and homeless.

The two organizations went round circle to feed, clothe and donate to the less-privileged between the ages of 2 to 50 years old.

They were fed with well-packed rice with chicken wings and stew, soda, popcorn, biscuits, toffees, toys for the kids, shoes and slippers for the kids and clothes.

The two foundations also donated 100 news shoes to those who have no shoes to wear.


The collaborative partnership has brought so much joy, happiness and smiles on the faces of these homeless and less-privileged in the society as knowing that someone cares and think about them too.

The Founder of UCANGH Foundation, Priscilla Dede Doku in an interview with expressed her heartfelt gratitude to all Ghanaians for their generosity and donations when her outfit called for donation.

On her part, the founder of ROGUE Foundation, Alice Awuah also thanked God and donors for helping them put smiles on the faces of these less-privileged.

See some videos and photos from the charitable event below;



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