Jus­tice Group hands over cheque for ¤24,000 to­wards schools in Ghana

Bray People - - About Greystones -

GREY­STONES Jus­tice Group pre­sented lo­cal woman Su­san Hen­nessy and Ghana na­tive Charles Agam­bire with a cheque for the mas­sive sum of ¤ 24,000.

Charles is from an area of North Ghana called Kans­ing and the money will go to­wards the build­ing of teacher ac­com­mo­da­tion in the town.

Be­tween March 2006 and Septem­ber of that year Grey­stones lo­cal Su­san trav­elled to the area as a vol­un­teer for boost­ing Busi­ness De­vel­op­ments for Woman.Grey­stones Jus­tice Group cur­rently sup­ports nine ed­u­ca­tion projects around the world.

‘It gives us great pride to hand over this cheque to Charles and Su­san.

‘We know that with this project we will see ev­ery penny that we have do­nated go into the build­ing work,’ said Paul Dil­lon Op­er­a­tions Di­rec­tor for Grey­stones Jus­tice Group.

In Novem­ber Su­san is plan­ning an­other trip to Ghana in or­der to build a play­ground at the school as the build­ing of the class­rooms will be com­pleted.

Su­san is hop­ing to bring eight vol­un­teers with her on the trip and is ask­ing any­body from the Grey­stones and sur­round­ing ar­eas to join her.

The trip will cost ¤ 1,800 and this will cover ac­com­mo­da­tion, travel, in­sur­ance and med­i­cal ex­penses in­clud­ing vac­ci­na­tions.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on any of the above de­tails con­tact Su­san on ( 086) 1727702.

Paul Dil­lon hands over the cheque to Su­san Hen­nessy and Charles Agamire.

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