GoldStar Airline, a wholly-owned Ghanaian airline, donated personal protective equipment (PPE) to the Street Academy on Monday.
The donation was intended to support the school for street and disadvantaged children in the fight against Covid-19.
The items included face shields and nose marks.
The company also presented boxing gloves and hand gloves at school.
During the presentation, GoldStar Airlines Freight Director Nii Ashong Mettle, who presented the material on behalf of Chairman and CEO (CEO) Eric Bannerman, said it was part of social responsibility. business enterprise.
âWe are engaged in initiatives that focus on youth development. There are calls for athletic potentials to be developed, promoted and honored and that is why we are here to demonstrate our love and commitment to these children; they are the future, “he said. .
According to him, it was the firm’s desire to see children reach the limit of their potential, hence the need to protect them against Covid-19.
Mr. Mettle said GoldStar will continue to find, develop and honor talent in the country.
Receiving the items, Ataa Lartey, Director of Street Academy, thanked GoldStar Airlines for the gesture and assured them that it would be put to good use.
Street Academy, a school that has been in existence for more than 25 years, uses education through sport, culture to unearth the hidden talents of the less privileged children of the streets of Accra.