Bra Dea Foundation has begun the sharing of free face masks to the residents of Bono Region as part of their efforts to help curb the spread of Coronavirus.
As www.newshuntermag.com reported earlier, the CEO of Bra Dea Foundation, Michael Edwards Kwasi announced his outfit’s readiness to distribute 2000 pieces of face masks in the Bono Region.
Delivering his promise, Bra Dea Foundation has teamed up with Kenzy Fashion Designs, Candy Supports Worldwide and others to donate to the Earthen Bowl traders at Tanoso in the region.
The CEO of Bra Dea Foundation told the News Hunter Magazine that about hundred (100) face masks were donated to these traders.
“Service to Man is Service to God…@bradea_foundation as part of the combating of the #covid and staying #safe has decided to share over 2000 #facemask to the #people of #sunyani and its environs. . Please let’s do this together. #charityproject #givingback #community #supportlocal @candysupportsworldwide & @kenzyfashiondesigns made this possible @ Sunyani,” he wrote on Facebook.
Mr Edward Kwasi hinted that other targeted groups in the region will benefit from these face masks.
Check out more photos from the donation at Tanoso below.