Infinity Transport Services, a campus based transport service on the campus of the University of Ghana, has launched its charity foundation, The Infinity Foundation, and has donated some items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to six (6) children wards and maternity wards at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi.
The items included cartons of milk, drinks, diapers, wipes, toilet rolls, bottles of water, boxes of milo, four ice chest and several other items.
The Infinity Foundation is a vision of the two CEO of the transport service, Mr.Justice Opoku and Miss Serwaa Acheampong to reach the needy and poor in the Ghanaian society particularly children and extend a hand to other parts of Africa.
The launched was run under the theme, “Give and receive infinitely”.
Speaking to one of the CEOs of Infinity Transport Services, Mr. Justice Opoku, he stated that the foundation has just began its mandate which fulfils the Sustainable development Goals(SDG’s) one and two which seeks to achieve “No poverty and Zero hunger respectively.
He further disclosed that they would embark on a peace walk on the Adenta-Aburi road on March 6 and subsequently organize a clean-up exercise on the Legon campus of the University of Ghana.
Mr. Opoku added that the programme was in partnership with FRIMPS Foundation with a “feed the children campaign” in October.
The programme was graced by some students from the University of Ghana, executives of Infinity Foundation as well as some staff of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
Story by: Millicent Dufie Afranie/universnewsroom.com