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