Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – In the spirit of Christmas and the season of giving, Fatmata Denton, founder and chief executive officer of BERSAM Charity Foundation, extended her generosity by donating two thousand Leones in new notes to the Masjid Sabiquoun Charity Foundation (Orphanage Centre) at the Grafton Resettlement Displaced Camp in Freetown.
The handover of the cash donation took place over the weekend, symbolizing the importance of sharing joy and blessings during the festive season. The Masjid Sabiquoun Charity Foundation, dedicated to caring for orphans, received this timely contribution from Denton, currently residing in Ireland.
Expressing her passion for children, especially orphans, Fatmata Denton stated that this act of charity aligns with her continuous commitment to supporting those in need. She emphasized that this donation is part of her ongoing efforts, as she regularly engages in charitable activities, including an annual birthday donation project in January. Looking ahead, Denton revealed her plans to construct two water wells in hard-to-reach areas, serving as birthday charity gifts for the coming year. Additionally, she pledged support to the Orphanage in providing meals for the children in January 2024.
Grateful for the cash donation, Tamba Yambasu, Chief Executive Officer of Masjid Sabiquoun Charity Foundation, expressed appreciation to Fatmata Denton for her generosity, emphasizing the timely nature of the contribution. Yambasu, on behalf of the orphans, offered prayers for Denton’s continued success and prosperity.
Addressing the children, Karifa Thoronka, the representative for Fatmata Denton, encouraged the young ones to focus on their studies. He urged them to pray for the Orphanage Centre and its donors, seeking blessings for their well-being. Thoronka appealed to businesses and individuals to support the Centre, contributing to its ongoing efforts for improvement.
Fatmata Denton’s charitable initiatives reflect the true spirit of Christmas, reminding us all of the power of giving and the impact it can have on the lives of those less fortunate. BT/27/12/2023