DEW to Dine with 200 people in Anlo Beach Community this January 1

Divine Education Watch is set to feed 200 less privileged persons in the Anlo Beach community in the Shama District of the Western Region. Divine Education Watch is a registered nonprofit organization aimed at supporting deprived communities and schools in the Western Region and beyond with resources to make a needed social impact.

Our goals are to create awareness and bring support to communities where children have inadequate or no access to the basic resources necessary for building educational foundations and good health.

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As part of our activities this year, Divine Education Watch is organizing a program dubbed the “ DIVINE COMMUNITY FEAST“ campaign on January 1 to help put smiles on the faces of these people as we enter the festive season of the New Year. As the Bible says, “They will not hunger nor thirst; he who has compassion on them will guide them and lead them beside springs of water.“ Isaiah 49:10.

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The Chief Executive Officer of Divine Education Watch (DEW), Shella Morcher, is therefore appealing to all individuals, institutions, companies, firms, and stakeholders to support or partner with us in organizing this noble program of having a feast with the Anlo Community on January 1, 2023. As the saying goes, “Little drops of water make a mighty ocean.” We urge all to come in and support our course.

Let’s make impact this holiday season as we feed and dine with these people.

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