Kleding voor Africa.com, a foundation established to provide humanitarian aid to Africa on Friday donated toys to Cluny Nursery School at a ceremony held at St. Peters building in Banjul.
Presenting the donation, Eddy Cop, the managing director of Keda Textiles, who also doubles as the representative of the foundation in The Gambia, expressed delight for being part of the initiative. He disclosed that the foundation uses some of their funds to provide humanitarian assistance to countries in Africa including The Gambia. Cop stated that this is the first donation made by the foundation, and promised that they would not limit it to schools but will extend it further to the rural areas.
Receiving the items, Catherine Corker, the headmistress of Cluny Nursery School, thanked the donors for the gesture. She said that children are the future leaders, therefore much should be invested in them, and they should be given care, love and encouragement for them to be better prepared for the future.
Lawyer LK Mboge, the legal adviser of the foundation, said that the aims and objectives of the foundation are to help Africans.