The Board and Management of KGL Foundation has made overtures to foster mutual relations with established charity organisations in the country.
This is aligned to KGL Group’s core tenet of social accountability and responsibility across all facets of its subsidiary operations.
A statement from the Foundation cited its recent partnership with Kokrokoo Charities’ project to source and deliver incubators to health centres across the country.
The Foundation has fulfilled its pledge to procure the first tranche of 10 incubators, and seeks to establish a long-term partnership with the Kokrokoo Charities Foundation on its ‘Project 100’ incubators to improve healthcare delivery.
The CEO of KGL Foundation, Elliot Dadey, on behalf of the group, presented a cheque to Kokrokoo Charities Foundation, reiterating the Foundation’s support to the cause.
Host of Peace FM’s Kokrokoo, Kwame Sefa Kayi, received the cheque on behalf of Kokrokoo Charities Foundation. In acknowledging the gesture, he welcomed the shared mission of the project to make a positive impact on society by improving healthcare delivery.
KGL Foundation says its remains passionate about working closely with established organisations across Ghana to improve the quality of lives through appropriate and sustainable corporate social responsibility interventions.
It focuses on providing care, protection, and support systems for the underprivileged and vulnerable in society.
The Foundation intends to “facilitate strategic partnerships and collaboration with charitable organizations into healthcare, sports, environment, tourism, education among others across ideation and resourcing to achieve mutual objectives.”
The KGL Foundation was set up as a single-purpose vehicle to drive all corporate social responsibility activities of the KGL Group following international standards and best practices. As part of the Group’s social accountability to direct stakeholders, society, and efforts towards positive contribution to nation-building, KGL Group is committed to allocating a significant percentage of its operating revenue to support corporate social interventions across Ghana.
KGL Foundation says it remains “committed to its social responsibility and is actively engaging other charity organizations in partnerships to realise mutual objectives.”