In anticipation of the annual spiritual gathering known as the Hollard Splendor Concert, the sensational gospel artist Siisi Baidoo and his dedicated team, Crafted Nation, displayed their philanthropic spirit by making a substantial donation to the Wid Foundation, an organization dedicated to aiding widows in Accra.
Siisi Baidoo, celebrated for his hit song “Onyame Tumfo,” said that their motivation for supporting widows this year is rooted in a commitment to scripture, a desire to give back to society, create a positive impact, and bring smiles to the faces of these resilient women and their children.
With the generous sponsorship of Nutrifoods Ghana Limited, Pomasidor, and Family Fresh Liquid Soap, Siisi Baidoo and his team contributed cartons of Tasty Tom tomato paste, powdered milk, Cowbell coffee, bottled water, and gallons of liquid soap which was shared among all 20 widows.
In a heartfelt expression of gratitude, Siisi Baidoo conveyed, “Our thanks can never adequately convey our appreciation, but to all our sponsors and individuals who made this endeavor possible, we say may God bless you abundantly, and may you experience the blessings that come from helping widows.”
Siisi Baidoo also took the opportunity to extend an open invitation to the upcoming Hollard Splendor Concert, scheduled for November 12, 2023, at the National Theatre in Accra.
Mrs. Dorothy Asamoah Yeboah, the founder of the Wid Foundation, spoke on behalf of the widows and her organization, expressing profound gratitude to Crafted Nation and all the generous sponsors. She expressed hope that other organizations and groups would be inspired to follow in the footsteps of Crafted Nation and become a blessing to widows in need.
Several widows also shared their stories, echoing their heartfelt appreciation for the Wid Foundation and Crafted Nation’s remarkable act of kindness.
Crafted Nation, a non-denominational music and outreach ministry headquartered in Accra and led by Siisi Baidoo, has a core mission of winning souls through music and the word of God at their crusades and annual worship service, known as “Splendor.”