Campus volunteer foundation, a non-governmental organization based on the University of Cape Coast campus with support from the La Woogon Muslim Trust yesterday, donated 25 pieces or recorders worth 7000 cedis to the physically challenged students of the University of Cape Coast.
Speaking to ATL FM NEWS, the Executive Director for the La Wogoon Muslims Trust, Chief Kamarudeen Ibn Farid Bangolori indicated that the donation forms part of the Trust’s socially responsibility towards the disabled in society adding that the donation will go a long way to improve on the academic performance of students.
He therefore appealed to other philanthropist, NGO’s, cooperate and religious organizations to contribute their quota by supporting the disabled in the societies.
The president of the Campus Volunteer foundation, Hafiz Laryea explained that the foundation though young, has a lot of projects aimed at extending social and voluntary service to the community adding that, it was in view of that that lead to them calling on the La Woogon Muslims Trust to support them in the donation exercise.
He called on organizations and individuals to come to their support to aid them carry out their voluntary services successfully.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the physically challenged students, a resource staff at the Resource centre for alternative media and assistive technology, Rebecca Sarfo thanked the two groups for their kind gesture and promised to put the recorders into good use. She indicated that the donation will help improve academic performance of students.