Updated: May 16, 2020
A total of 70 volunteers made up of management, Foundation and Club coaches, photographers and officiating officials have received relief...
A total of 70 volunteers made up of management, Foundation and Club coaches, photographers and officiating officials have received relief package from the Hope Performance Tennis Inc as part of measures put in place by the foundation to respond to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This intervention follows a decision taken by management on how the foundation can contribute to making the volunteers resilient and respond to the economic challenges imposed by the Pandemic.
There has been unprecedented solidarity throughout the world as a way to address the impact of the virus, the Hope Performance Tennis Inc, wishes to use this opportunity to communicate to its stakeholders that it is learning and mobilizing support in responding to the pandemic.
The management of the foundation is currently engaging other partners and stakeholders on how to provide more resilience tools and opportunities to the volunteers and by extension to the kids that the foundation serves.
The Head of Programs and Project, Giovanni Adinyira who was in charge of the distribution has reported of a successful distribution of the relief items and conveys the appreciation of the volunteers to the leadership of the Hope Performance Tennis Inc.
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