Santa On The Streets (SOTS) made its appearance for the third time since 2017, this time at Agric, Jericho in Ashaiman. The Dream Believers Foundation’s flagship event ‘Santa On The Streets’ visualized its mission into reality on the 26th December 2020 in the Ashaiman municipality.
The event is Ghana’s first event that brings together the young and old dressed in branded Santa Claus (Father Christmas) outfits with bags full of gifts, sharing of food, drinks and medical supplies to the people in the selected area for that year’s Christmas festivities.
A director of the foundation, an award-winning Ghanaian Model, Hose technician and humanitarian, Leopold Kwao said, the mission behind the event was born out of the love and compassion to give to society, the likes of the less privileged by foremost creating an avenue of both the young and old coming together with the spirit of unity to support giving while eradicating indifferences from the giving team all the way down to who the team gives out to in joy.
Aside the event being noted for selfless community giving, it also paramountly uses the gathering as an avenue to educate the general public on some pressing concerns in society as well as scouting talents for the “Make It Count” a youth empowerment project of the Dream Believers Foundation. This year’s topic was an elaborate discussion with the kids and adults in the vicinity about COVID-19. The topic gave room for all participants to share ideas on causes, effects and prevention of the virus.
The foundation, contributing its quota towards fighting the virus, shared nose masks to people in the locality
The event lasted for four hours and was imbibed with educative questions and answers, dancing competitions, sharing of food, drinks, water and other gifts.
The event ended with exciting memories.
source: Leopold Kwao
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