Actress Khareema Aguiar on Thursday celebrated her 31nd birthday in a different style by launching her Khareema Aguiar Foundation to support the aged in society.
She took to social media early Thursday to announce the foundation and also stopped her friends from wishing her a happy birthday by posting her personal photos.
The actress asked them to rather support the foundation for the aged by re-sharing a documentary film on the foundation she posted.
“I’m for the aged! Don’t look for my finest picture to post. Please repost this and together let’s launch the KAFA Home Project,” she said on Instagram when she posted the video.
Born Khareema Sandra Aguiar, she is a mother of two, an actress and a philanthropist.
She starred in the 2005 series ‘All That Glitters’ produced by Box Office Production, ‘Checkmate’ by Shirley Frimpong Manso, ‘The Real Colour’, ‘Testing The Waters’, ‘Burning Desires’, ‘Born With Magic’, ‘Ties That Bind’, among many others.
The Khareema Aguiar Foundation is a non-profitable organisation targeted at supporting the less-privileged aged in the Ghanaian society by offering them with health aid and basic human support.
The foundation has a long-term plan to build facilitation centres in the various health institutions, which will provide healthcare and other related matters for the less-privileged aged.
Khareema is known for going the extra mile for the under-privileged aged in Ghana.
Over the years, she has partnered with Help Age Ghana to extend help to the aged in the Ghana, mostly the aged within the Greater Accra Region.
In 2016, she donated to some selected less-privileged aged in Accra, as well as the Gambaga Witches Camp in the Northern Region, where she and her team interacted with the women who have been neglected. They went back to the Gambaga Witches Camp in 2017 to do another donation.