a Difference Foundation (MAD Foundation) a charitable organisation has donated
a 40 foot container to a sister organisation called Gam-UK Foundation in The
Gambia. The gesture was meant to provide assistance to the needy people in The
Gambia thus to improve the living condition of the people.
Speaking at the presentation, the president of the foundation, Danny Berwick said they support the Gambian people through Gam-UK Foundation whose primary aims are to create skill for young people to be employable. ‘‘We have been providing assistant to Gambians and we will continue to do that as far as we exist,’’ said President Danny Berwick.
Mr. Berwick recalled that in November 2017, his foundation has supported the Gam-UK Foundation with reusable materials and office rent for a duration of three months, all aimed at empowering the said foundation to be able to run their skills center to enable them provide skill for the young people in the country. In addition, he said that MAD over the years has been supporting health and education sectors of this country in many ways, with all gear towards improving the lives and the livelyhood of the citizenry. The two vice presidents Mickeal Beard and Jane Jellow are the main sponsors.
In receiving the gesture, the CEO of the Gam-UK Foundation, Alhagi F. S. Sora expressed profound gratitude to the president and the vice president of the MAD Foundation for what he described as a good will gesture.
Mr. Sora described the donors as good friends of The Gambia and Africa at large, saying this has been manifested in recent times.
The CEO acknowledges that if not the intervention of the Mad Foundation, his foundation would not have been operating a skills center today.