The impact of the COVID-19 has left many charities and organisations, including businesses in dire financial situations.
One of such charity homes is the Eye of the Lord Orphanage located at Nsawam Adoagyiri in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Over the years, the orphanage has helped many children who otherwise could have become homeless, armed robbers, street beggars, prostitutes and destitute.
Not long ago, the founder of the Nsawam-based orphanage, through the media, appealed to government, NGOs and philanthropists to support them as they have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Inspired by the charge in Proverbs 3:27, and joining the call by the founder of Eye of the Lord Orphanage, Yvonne Asamoah-Tawiah, the CEO of YAT Ministries Foundation, has organised itself and plans to visit the orphanage on April 10, 2020 to show love to them.
In a telephone interview with Yvonne at her residence, the UK-based Ghanaian Gospel singer, songwriter and minister said “at the early stages of the pandemic, I saw people suffer in ways that I’ve never seen before. We have to make this world a better place for the vulnerable”. She added, “YAT Ministries Foundation has therefore decided to donate to Eye of the Lord Orphanage. No matter how big, no matter how small, we really want to put smiles on the faces for those kids,” she shared via phone interview from her base.
YAT Ministries Foundation, a charity wing of YAT Ministries, seeks to enrich the lives of vulnerable people with life-limiting disabilities, illness or feelings of isolation and hopelessness.
Yvonne Asamoah-Tawiah (YAT) Ministries has so far released top-charting and award winning singles including“Unchangeable God”, “Conqueror” and “Besuka” which are accessible on all social media handles.