The Cornerstone Banquet, 8025 S. Cass Ave, Darien, IL hosted a heavily attended fundraising dinner dance in aid of Orphanage schools in the Mampong District in Ghana. The fundraiser was organized by one of the oldest Ghanaian immigrant social organizations here in Chicago, the Amaniampong Koroye Kuo, formed in 1975.
The main purposes of the organization are to help each other and also support the community that they left behind in Ghana, especially the Mampong local district. The organization has done many charitable contributions in the Mampong District over the years. These contributions include medical supplies and equipment to the Mampong District Hospital. Recently, the Amaniampong Koroye Kuo joined hands with other Ghanaian charitable organizations from London, Atlanta, Los Angeles Toronto, New Jersey, Baltimore, Germany, Washington DC Metro, North Carolina and Amsterdam to build the Children’s Ward at the Mampong District Hospital.
The organization is looking for charitable donations from citizens of Mampong in the diaspora,and from individuals and businesses to enable it buy needed equipment and supplies to the Mampong District Hospital and also help orphanages in the District. All donations can be sent to the Amaniampong Koroye Kuo , P. O. Box 408848, Chicago Illinois 60640. The Amaniampong Koroye Kuo is open to any citizen of the Sekyere District in Ghana. For more information please feel free to contact Kwadwo Twum at 630 910-0922 or 630 689-6166 or Mr. Mac Agyei at 630 303-1310.
Papa Shee and his marvelous dancers entertained the crowd.
Source: Amaniampong Koroye Kuo/Bedzra Consultant LLC