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After more than 15 years of operating in Vermont to promote diversity through cultural education in schools across the state, Shidaa Projects finds itself with the opportunity to pursue this philanthropic initiative with the objective of bringing benefits to needy folks in Ghana.
As a company in the United States (aka the Land of Plenty), this unique opportunity to collect, organize, and ship used/reusable goods to help the needy has made significant impacts. We’re reaching families with used mattresses; kids with toys; school children with bicycles; and rural schools with educational materials. The magic of putting a smile in the face of a schoolgirl/boy through the gift of a used bicycle to ride to school is invaluable. Through this initiative, families are receiving quality used mattresses, which otherwise were above the means of the average family. This does not only contribute to restful sleep, but also reduces stress, and enhances quality of life.
Some of Our
I'm Oscar Kwame Anumu, 21 years old. I'm a college student studying Disease Control at the University of Health and Allied Sciences ( Ho, Ghana). I’m the 1st born of my parents & have four younger siblings. This bicycle I've got here to going help me a lot in school, due to the fact that my hostel is far from my campus and walking everyday to campus always gets me exhausted and mostly late for lectures. But with this bicycle I'm going to be at lectures on time and won't be exhausted like how I use to be at first. Thanks so much to the Shidaa projects for helping my education. God bless you!! 🙏🙏
2 year old Akosua Aboagyewa of Dansoman, a suburb of Accra, the capital of Ghana. She is a beneficiary of the Help-the-Needy Projects in Ghana, by the Shidaa projects Inc. (USA). Akosua is the only child of her 29 year old mother, and will start K-school post COVID-19.
Walter Johnson & Zebulun Acquaye, both kindergartners, and cousins living in Agege, a suburb of Accra, received this first-time gift from the Shidaa Help-the-Needy project. It is the objective of the Shidaa projects to put a glow of happiness on the faces of poor African children.
Cute little Giovanna Aryeley Hammond cannot say “thanks” enough for this God-sent, first-time toy of hers. She’s only 2 years old and an only child of her mum, a teacher, and her dad, both from Pokuase, a suburb of Accra. The family loudly said “Thank you, Shidaa!!”