MaryMaud Charity LBG, a local non-profit organization spearheaded by Madam Mary Maud Ankobiah In partnership with some committed Corporate entities and special close individuals who prefer to remain anonymous, fully sponsored the Eye Surgery of a 9-year-old little girl, Abigail Awuni who nearly lost her sight due to glaucoma at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
According to the Founder of the Charity Organization, Madam Mary Maud, the 9-year-old little girl was introduced to her by a friend who called on her to seek support to conduct surgery on her right eye after over four years struggle of her parents to redeem the little girl’s left eye which was completely damaged beyond repair sequel to a minor accident which occurred at their compound house when another child mistakenly booted her eyes while Little Abigail was asleep on the floor.
She, on behalf of the Organization, wishes to express her profound gratitude to these un-named Sponsors for their benevolence and kind gesture.
Madam Maud seizes this opportunity to call on all corporate bodies and individuals with strong belief in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to come on board to support her charity organization to disburse more, transform lives and restore hope to the needy in deprived communities across the country.
Enquiring more into the Genesis of this organization, it was revealed that the Founder together with her family and other benevolent supporters have been giving arms to orphanages such as the Village of Hope located at Gomoa Fetteh, and the Light House Christian Mission Orphanage among others since 2016.
The MaryMaud Charity seeks to officially launch into full operation in August 2023.