Cape Coast ( C/R) July 4, Act-news- Members of the Cape Coast Archdiocesan Association of Catholic Teachers (ACT) have donated an amount of Two Thousand Ghana Cedis ( GHC 2 000.00) to the Cape Coast Catholic Archdiocesan COVID 19 fund to support the church’s effort to help in the fight of the deadly disease in the Archdiocese.
Rev. Fr. Patrick Appiah, spiritual director of the Association indicated that the donation was contributions made by the members of the association in the Archdiocese to give it to the church to support members of the church in the Archdiocese who had been affected or infected by the virus.
Most Rev. Gabriel Palmer-Buckel, Archbishop of Cape Coast Catholic Archdiocese thanked the members of the association for their support and urged them that the money would be used for it intended purpose.
He entreated the members of the association to always remain focus to stand for good moral values and virtues at their work place and wherever they found themselves.
He pledged the church’s support for the survival of the association in the Archdiocese.
In attendance were Spiritual Director, Rev. Fr. Patrick Appiah, the Regional Manager of Catholic Schools, Madam Rose Johnson, ACT Archdiocesan Coordinator, Mad. Cynthia Dadzie, ACT Archdiocesan President, Mr. Justice Kobina Asmah, ACT Archdiocesan Treasure, Mad. Theesa Mensah- Dadzie, Archdiocesan Secretary, Mr. Patrick Appiah-Sam and the Archdiocesan Caritas/ Development Director.