Wisdom Dordoe celebrated his birthday on 14th December 2018 to make the day a memorable as a young philanthropist he went round the street of Accra sharing foods to the homeless and beggars on the street. 

Over hundred packs food was shared to put a smiles on their faces. He quoted “There are a lots of people on our street so hungry that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread”

Feeding the homeless on the street did not end there but he and his team went to Kaneshie Policlinic Marternity ward to touch lives of women in the ward. He donated bedsheets and other items to all the women in the ward and the hospital at large. He also had a talk with the women in the hospital on child abuse prevention awareness. 

The women were so inspired by the wonderful works done by the young man.
Mrs Sophia k the senior midwife on duty of the Marternity ward thank him and his team for supporting the women in the ward and they are grateful.

Giving back, touching lives is my greatest achievements said by Wisdom Dordoe.. He educated the women on child abuse prevention and reasons for them to take good care of their children and protect them.

With the daunting challenges of our generation, as various careers and professions are becoming more competitive, it is inspiring to acknowledge the efforts of individuals who turn their talents into charitable causes in improving the lives of others. 

These are the admirable works of a young banking professional, Wisdom Dordoe who has risen through all odds and has extended his gift beyond securing fortunes for himself, but pushing for social change through charity works of Give Me Hope Foundation.

Wisdom Dordoe is the founder of Give Me Hope Foundation, a non-profit organization which seeks to advocates for children and justice for the voiceless. The foundation has touched and still touching thousands of lives with their great projects implemented.

He is calling on everyone to reach out and help others. If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. Be a vessel, be the change, be the difference, or be the inspiration. Shine your light as an example. The world needs more of that.

Deuteronomy 15:11 “For there will never cease to be poor in the land. Therefore I command you, ‘You shall open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy and to the poor, in your land.’”

Source: Charles Addo