Food for the Poor Guyana Inc celebrated its 10th Annual Angels of Hope Day activity last Friday at the Carifesta Sports Complex Ground with over 300 orphans from across the country. The Angels of Hope Programme is designed to provide much needed assistance to children residing at orphanages.
This initiative started nine years ago and currently has over 3400 children in 80 orphanages in nine countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Leading the local companies was Sueria Manufacturing Inc., a company which started about one year ago and is popularly known for the manufacturing of Kaieteur Candies. It presented over 20 awards to kids for various athletic and academic performances.
Special awards were given to children for outstanding performances at the recent National Grade Six Examination. The company also provided all the meals for the event and hampers for the orphanages. Contributing to this charitable event also were Sterling Products who supplied its locally made Igloo Ice Cream; Clear Water which supplied all the water for the event; Continental Group which supplied its Sun Burst Drinks plus cash donations. The New GPC and Noble House Seafood, Dyna Embroidery which supplied custom T-Shirts to the staff at the Event also contributed.
It was a fun filled day, of cultural activities, board games, sports and face painting by Bravo Arts.
Frank Sanichara, the Chief Executive Officer of Sueria Manufacturing Inc, complimented Food for the Poor for its commitment to this event over the past years, and pledged his company’s support in the years to come.
According to him it is very important that those who have so much should care for the less fortunate, and give them hope in life. He also encourages other companies to engage in similar ventures.
Food for the Poor Guyana Inc. also wishes to thank all the partners that help to make their 10th Annual Angels of Hope Day Celebration a success.
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