Youngest philanthropist cuts sod for Creative Arts Center at Kwabre Hemang



Sixteen-year-old Black  American philanthropist, Khloe Thompson has cut the sod for the construction of a proposed Creative Arts Studio at Kwabre Hemang by close of 2024.
The project, would be funded by Khloe Kares Foundation founded by the teenager.

Khloe during a visit to Ghana recently to cut the sod for the project said building plans were in its final stages for commencement.
She believes the Creative Arts Center at Kwabre Hemang will provide a safe space to support young people’s interests in creative arts, film, technology skills, agriculture and sports and enable young people to have workplace options, that fit their skills and the global and local market needs.

The proposed project would be the fourth monumental legacy by Young Khloe in Ghana.

In 2019, her Foundation constructed a12-seater lavatory at the cost of $25,000 for the State Experimental Basic One School in Kumasi in fulfillment of a promise she made when she first visited the school in 2018.

It passes as the third project under the Khloe Kares Living Water projects to be commissioned in two years after New Kokobiriko D/A Primary School at Abidjan Nkwanta in the Bosomtwe district and a donation of a borehole to the Hemang Roman Catholic Primary School.

Khloe Thompson answers Nana Afia Bakoma Boafoyena as the Nkosuahemaa bestowed on her by the headmistress of State Experimental Basic School, Madam Lynda Appiah-Kubi in appreciation for her commitment at the State Experimental School. E N D


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