by michael eli dokosi/www.blakkpepper.com/ghana
Gospel singer Herty Corgie will make a donation to the Dzorwulu Special School on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 as part of her outreach programme of showing love to the deprived and marginalised.
Madam Corgie who is in the country for a brief visit from her US base will donate bags of rice, boxes of canned tomatoes, toilet paper, gallons of cooking oil, cartons of canned fish, assorted fizzy beverages , cartons of bottled water and other items.
Meanwhile Corgie is prepping to release two new tunes in the coming weeks whiles staging a concert on June 2, 2019.
The Dzorwulu Special School trains the nearly 200 students in its care in hair styling, agriculture, catering, bead making and sewing.
Herty Corgie will make the donation with support from her ‘GraceFoundMe’ nonprofit organisation team members at the 10:00 am event.
Fans and new converts can follow the singer and gospel minister on all social media handles @iamhertycorgie.
‘GraceFoundMe’ is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organisation founded in 2014. Prior to its formation, Herty had embarked on ministry outreach work from 2009 to 2011 touring Ghana’s 10 regions with the Royals Evangelical Group (GH).
‘GraceFoundMe’ aims to support communities and individuals in deprived areas globally through outreach and ministry.
‘GraceFoundMe’ aims to cover various inequality-related issues that deprive people of the wellbeing they deserve. The organisation offers a wide range of development programs providing opportunities in the four areas of human development: Physical, Spiritual, Social and Economic.