REACT GETS IT’S FIRST CORPORATE DONATION

The management of INGRAM MICRO  in Witney, Oxfordshire donates to REACT

The management of INGRAM MICRO a global wholesale provider of technology products and supply chain management services in Wtiney, Oxfordshire has donated valuable items to support REACT’s cause. The items included used computers, clothes, shoes, computer programming books, toys, office phones, ladies handbags, music CDs and other valuable household items will be auctioned in aid of supporting Disabled child education.


Presenting the items, the company’s Office and Facilities Admin Co-odinator, Alison Thompson said INRGAM MICRO is pleased to donate toward a local charity pursuing a noble cause. INGRAM MICRO’s Head of Operations and IT, Wayne Hellewell, said the company is pleased to have helped REACT’s good cause but said also that this is the beginning of more donations to come and hope that this will foster a cordial relationship between RAECT and INGRAM as we work to put smiles unto the faces of societies’ most vulnerable.


Receiving the items, the Founder and Director of REACT, Prince Osei Akowuah thanked the management of INGRAM MICRO for their kind gesture and assured them that the items donated will go a long way to rescue abandoned souls in some deplorable communities.


Pictures by: Trustee Kofi Owusu Agyemang

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30/06/2017 by PRINCE OSEI AKOWUAH

brilliant stuff, the sky should be the limit now. Well done INGRAME MICRO

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