New Brookfields Hotel also reached out to pharmaceutical companies that happily donated pediatric medication freely whilst Aspen provided the screening materials for rapid diagnosis test for malaria. Once tests were carried out and treatment administered the children got to spend the day playing and listening to music. Later on Lunch was served followed by gift giving before their departure.
Speaking to Jenovive Chinyere, Sales and Marketing Executive of New Brookfields Hotel she was able to tell us about the inspiration for the decision to organize this program. Which was based on the principles and foundations of the hotel and its giving nature, the board of the hotel believe strongly in the impact it has on the community and this act of kindness was just one of the small gestures to express it. It’s a blessing to be able to make a difference in these children’s lives and the smile on their faces makes it all worth it. We hope that we can lead by example and encourage other business entities to do the same. We all need to come together in order to make a difference.
According to Soriba Samura a social worker Street Child, Street Child deals with orphans not only effected by the Ebola Epidemic but also children living under extreme circumstantial conditions as a result of their environment. He said they are happy for this collaboration and the help rendered to the children which will make a difference promoting good health for the kids as well as making them feel loved during in this Christmas season.
Jenovive Chinyere, Sales and Marketing Executive of New Brookfields Hotel, gave thanks to all the companies that helped to make this event come to fruition. David Gonzalez From Netcorp SA, The Aspen Medical Clinic, Doctor Talal from Detal Care, Freetown mall, Balami and Sons Pharmacy, Dank Pharma, People Pharmacy, AH&M Limited Mother Care Shop, CRS Contributors, and all those that helped to make the occasion a special one.