Meet Bennett Sarpong: He runs a free school for orphaned street kids

Meet Bennett Sarpong: He runs a free school for orphaned street kids

Bennett Asante Nkrumah Sarpong is a young man with a heart of gold. He helps little kids with a personal initiative of philanthropy committed to encourage and inspire future generations.

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Describing himself as a young man who wishes to follow the great commission of Christ, Bennett Asante Nkrumah Sarpong has committed to philanthropic work that would give young kids encouragement and inspiration for life.

As a result, Sarpong has chosen to preach Christ to children and teach them the way they should go.

Sarpong established a private school where he has orphans and street children. They are 68 in number.

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Bennett Sarpong with some of the kids at the school. Photo credit: Bennett Sarpong
Source: Facebook

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The pupils in Sarpong's school do not pay school fees but have free exercise books, pens, pencil and school uniforms.

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Bennett Sarpong with his pupils. Photo credit: Bennet Sarpong
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They are also given breakfast and lunch in school while Sarpong takes care of their medical bills.

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Bennett Asante Sarpong showing off some of the kids. Photo credit: Bennett Sarpong
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Sarpong feels he and his six teachers need to do more to make the lives of the vulnerable children better and lead them to Christ.

He is therefore inviting support for his mission to transform the lives of the 68 vulnerable children and more.

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Bennett Sarpong taking a child for medial care. Photo credit: Bennet Sarpong
Source: Facebook

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