Praying Wives Movement, an organization committed to nurturing godly family lives has donated
items and an unspecified amount of money to the Potter’s Village Orphanage in Dodowa in the Greater Accra Region.
Mrs Esi Asante-Antwi, Founder of Praying
Wives Movement said the organization had supported the orphanage for three
consecutive years and hoped to deepen their partnership.
At a short ceremony to donate the items to
the orphanage, Mrs Asante-Antwi said: “As a group of Christian Wives, we are
committed to following the commandments of the Lord, which urges us to visit
orphans and widows in their affliction.
She said the donation was possible because
members of the Movement and some philanthropists contributed items and money to
support the cause.
Mrs Asante-Antwi particularly thanked Mr
Ntim Adu who donated bags of maize every year since they started the partnership
with Potter’s Village.
Ms Sophia Myers, Director of the Home who
received the donation called on other organizations to come to their aid.
“Our vision at Potter’s Village is to
provide education for the children up to the Junior High Level, we have started
building a school and have recruited teachers but we need support to complete
The orphanage currently have 103 orphans
under their care.