Digicraft Company Limited, a leading advertising and marketing agency in Ghana, has donated some items to the Dzorwulu Special School in Accra.
The items donated include bags of rice, cooking oil, boxes of noodles (Indomie), assorted drinks, water, toiletries, and provisions.
The donation which is a part of the company’s corporate social responsibility activities was done on Saturday, January 21, 2023 at the school’s premises.
According to the Chief Operating Officer of Digicraft, Kwasi K. Danso- Misa, the donation is part of the company’s commitment to give back to society.
“Every year, we choose people to support, donate to them, and spend time with them. This year, our team identified the Dzorwulu Special School as a school that will require this type of assistance, so we are here today to support and to let you know that you’re doing an excellent job in caring for these kids”- Mr Danso-Misa said
He added the company will continue to support the poor and needy through its CSR programs.
Receiving the items on behalf of the school, the headmaster, Mr. Frederick Tetteh, expressed gratitude for the act of kindness. He prayed for the company to expand and used the occasion to solicit assistance from other institutions.
“We are grateful for this kind gesture from Digicraft. We cannot overemphasise how donations like this are crucial in taking care of these students, who are like this through no fault of their own. “We accept this generous donation with gratitude and promise to put it to good use.”
Digicraft is a marketing company that specializes in creatively and cost effectively positioning products and services. The company offers the full complement of marketing, creative, branding, advertising and public relations services using strategic integrated marketing communications, planning and implementation.
The company has over 19 years of industry experience and was recently adjudged the Advertising Agency of the Decade at the 4th National Communication Awards 2022. The company has worked with top brands in the country including; Guaranty Trust Bank, Access Bank, Ghana Commercial Bank, TF Financial services, CBG, South African Airways, G-Money, Enterprise Group (EIC, ELAC, EGL AND EP), Kasapreko ,GIHOC Distilleries, Sky Water, Safare Tissues, Blackwell Realty Development, Imperial Homes.