A movement has been generated out of the compassion of a number of 6- and 7-year-old kids just a couple of years ago. They were Prosper students in a class taught by Kimberli Brackett, who had been involved for a number of years with an organization called Touch A Life. That organization had helped many children in Ghana through various means.
Small gesture, big smiles: Neuce Ghana gives The Porter’s Village a facelift
Neuce Paints put smiles on the faces of children at The Potter’s Village as they gave their home a paint makeover.
As a socially responsible company, producing the human-friendly paints holds as much priority as giving back to society.
In December, Neuce paints opened up nominations for a total makeover preferably a school or an orphanage with the winner to be chosen at random. The Potter’s Village emerged as the winner through this process.
As one of the largest orphanages in Ghana located in Dodowa, serving as a refuge to hundreds of displaced orphans, the transformation was worth it.
Not only did the building receive fresh coats of paint, but smiles were also put on the faces of these lovely children.
Dressed in blue shirts with matching caps, residents of Potter’s Village and staff of Neuce Paints spent a lovely day together making it worth the pick.
Neuce Ghana, a subsidiary of the NEUCE group of companies is a leading manufacturer of paints, vanishers, thinners, coatings, waterproofing and thermal insulation systems and related products.
November 6th was an exciting and informative morning at Fuse Dynamic Workspace here in Prosper. You’ve probably heard by now about a cool group of Prosper kiddos that started a little organization to build a school in Ghana…well they’re doing it and the idea and vision is anything BUT little.