Crime Check Foundation (CCF) is set to adopt Becky Foundation following the demise of late Black Stars player, Christian Atsu.
Becky’s Foundation is located in the Awutu Senya District in the Central Region.
The foundation has a population of 61 children and their age ranges between 4-21 years.
Atsu, until his death was the main benefactor of the Foundation.
The player died while trapped under debris after an earthquake hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, February 6, 2023.
During a visit to the orphanage, the Executive Director of CCF, Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng assured the children of the organization’s endless support.
“Christian Atsu worked closely with us. We know he was taking care of you until his demise. Because of that, we want to step in his shoes and continue the support he was giving you,” he said.
Mr. Kwarteng used the opportunity to donate food items and toiletries worth Ghc 7000.
He also added an amount of Ghc 5,000 for the management of the orphanage.
The donation was to mark his late wife, Amina Oppong Kwarteng’s posthumous 45th birthday.
Mrs. Kwarteng died of Breast Cancer on June 18, 2022. After her death, the Meena Breast Cancer Foundation was founded to raise awareness of cancer.
By Rudolph Nandi
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