Entertainment of 2014-05-13

Royal Seed Home Caregivers pampered @ Marie Noelle’s Spa

Care givers from Royal Seed Home as part of mothers’ day celebration were giving a treat at the Marie Noelle’s Spa and Salon in Osu, Accra.

“Mrs. Jackie who is a colleague of Mrs. Duah who runs the home reached out to us to help in pampering the mothers of the home and we are glad to be part of this.” The PRO to Marie Noelles Spa and Salon; Awo Yaa Mensah said. “They take care of 135 orphans so to give them this treat as break from all this hard work is a great thing for us and we are happy to be part of this.”

“We are socially responsible company looking to inject ourselves into the community in any positive way we can and this is a great opportunity for us to show that side of Marie Noelles Spa and Salon. It’s the first time and we are open to many of this in the future. We believe in relaxation and rejuvenation as a spa and looks to give them this one time chance to experience our spa.”

There’s going to be a banquet and awards ceremony which is going to be on Sunday. It’s going to be an appreciation lunch and to make the mothers relax and feel pampered enough for their appreciation day which will happen at Odupong Ofaakor.

“I’m happy and very surprised at the gesture because I never imagined I was going to get this kind of pampering on this day.” Founder of the Royal Seed Home Mrs. Naomi Esi Amoah said.

“I grew up in a setting where my father told me girl child education was not important and I ended up being a street child, through the hustle and bustle I found my way through life somehow and I have vowed to help the less privileged.”

Royal Seed Home started 12 years ago in Odupong Ofaakor, along the Kasoa - Bawjiase road in Central Region and some are in senior high school and many in nursing training and almost 17 are going to write BECE.

The vision of the home is to continuously enlarge its shelter of hope to cover as many deprived children as possible in Ghana.