20 December 2012

Ghana: Caroline Is Back With 'Help Somebody' Campaign

Three years ago, Caroline Sampson introduced the "Help Somebody" Campaign, an initiative which sought to inspire and instill in Ghanaians the act of helping one another.

Together with a team of young ladies, Caroline managed to put a smile on the faces of hundreds of disadvantaged people on the Osu Oxford Street, the Obra spot, the psychiatric hospital and around 37, when they fed them on Christmas day.

However, the campaign, which was lauded by several high placed personalities in society couldn't continue in the subsequent years due to pregnancy and childbirth by Caroline.

In an interview with Caroline early this week, she revealed the 'Help Somebody' campaign returns this year with a list of activities scheduled to mark this year's festive season.

"My dream of making an impact on somebody's life was fulfilled when I initiated this campaign three years ago. It afforded me the opportunity to realize how our support to the disadvantaged and anyone for that matter in society goes a long way to shape our society.

The Help Somebody Campaign is going to be an annual event to support needy people in society and also admonish individuals to help one another in society.

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