Kids in Segbwema receive Christmas gifts from House of Hope


January 7, 2018

By Ibrahim Tarawallie

A patient at Nixon hospital receiving food from Hawa
The beneficiaries and some members of Cotton Tree Humanitarian Development Foundation

The charity organisation, House of Hope Segbwema, on Tuesday December 25, 2018, celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ (Christmas Day) by providing cooked food and other items to kids in the Segbwema Township and patients at the Nixon Memorial Methodist Hospital.

The food and other items, which cost millions of Leones, were received with great joy by the children and patients, who were also full of praises for the organization.

Meanwhile, the charitable organization has been supporting children and patients in that part of the country.

Even though the CEO and founder of House of Hope, Fatmata Sillah, was not present, members of the organization were on ground to deliver the goodies to the kids and patients.

Madam Sillah told Concord Times from London that the donation was planned because she felt it was the right time to feed the hungry and provide them with other things to put smile on their faces.

“My pain reason for providing food and other items is because of the good intensions I have for the country. I wish I was able to provide for other places and people on Christmas day all over the country. I believe that Christmas is about giving and Segbwema is the town where I initiated this gesture in memory of my late parents,” she said.

She assured the children and nurses at the hospital that the donation would not be the last as they would continue to receive more goodies from her organization.

According to her, the objective of the organization is to reach out to the needy, poor and under privilege with goodies.