X'mas Spirit Airtel Ghana commences “12 Days Of Giving” initiative

Over the next 12 days, Airtel Ghana, through this initiative will be supporting causes and projects across the country.

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Hannah Agbozo, Legal & Corporate Affairs Director (Middle) and Maruf Lawal, Networks& IT Director (3rd from Left) making the presentation to Mr. Francis Abotsi (2nd from right) play

Hannah Agbozo, Legal & Corporate Affairs Director (Middle) and Maruf Lawal, Networks& IT Director (3rd from Left) making the presentation to Mr. Francis Abotsi (2nd from right)

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Airtel Ghana, culminates its impressive year of charity and goodwill with a specially designed programme led by employees to touch and enrich the lives of individuals and communities dubbed “Airtel 12 Days of Giving”.

The community based programme which starts on December 1, will identify specific charities and special cases of individuals, families , organizations and communities in need and make a meaningful and sustainable contribution to them over the twelve days of giving this  festive season.

The initiative that rides on the popular Christmas carol “the twelve days of christmas” is spearheaded by employees of Airtel to support causes and projects they care about.

On the first day of Giving, Airtel Ghana gave a medical grant for the treatment of Francis Sefadzi Abotsi, who has been diagnosed with a spinal cord defect that demands urgent treatment. Francis Abotsi was nominated by his elder brother, Patrick Abotsi, an Airtel employee to benefit from the initiative to help finance his brother’s medical bills.

Speaking at the launch of the initiative and maiden presentation ceremony,  Hannah Agbozo, Legal and Corporate Affairs Director, Airtel, explained that the Changemaker company is always seeking unique and impactful ways to enrich lives and support worthy causes.

“12 days of Giving is an employee led initiative supported by Airtel to enrich lives and support causes that our employees are passionate about this festive season. The initiative allows our employees to be the change they want to see in their communities by presenting causes or projects they would like to support which are vetted and the approved projects are supported by the company.

We are committed as we have shown on numerous occasions to provide an opportunity for individuals to be touched through diverse means. We share in the passions of our employees and we will continue to invest in the initiatives that matter to them. This is what continues to make us an employer of choice”.

She continued, “The spirit of community and giving is what the Christmas season is all about. We are committed to touching lives and inspiring hope in Ghana – a clear testament that Airtel truly cares”.

The 12 days of Giving is an initiative to spread the cheer of the Christmas season to bring smiles and joy to the hearts of Ghanaians.

Over the next 12 days, Airtel Ghana, through this initiative will be supporting causes and projects across the country.

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