Awake Purified drinking water supports Korle-Bu Cardiothoracic center.

Awake Purified drinking water supports Korle-Bu Cardiothoracic center.

Kasapreko Company Limited, producers of Awake Purified Drinking Water have donated a whopping sum of GH₵150,000 to the Cardiothoracic Centre of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
The Kasapreko company, through its "One4Life" charity-driven project, had over the years provided hope and supported patients with heart conditions, especially children who could not pay for the surgery bills.
Mrs Linda Amartei, Brands Manager at Kasapreko Company said the company since 2016, had donated GH₵75,000 quarterly to the Centre as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.
She said the recent presentation was for two quarters of 2021, emphasizing that an amount of GHC 1,000, 000 was raised from 2016 to 2019, urging Ghanaians to support them by patronizing the Awake Purified Drinking Water to save lives.
Dr Lawrence Sereboe, the Executive Director, Cardiothoracic Centre, Korle-Bu Hospital who received the cheque disclosed that the support of the Kasapreko Company from 2016 to 2019 to the Centre has saved 53 lives through corrective surgery.
Dr Sereboe said over 10,000 children were born with one form of a ‘whole in heart’ condition every day, stressing that contributions from such corporate organisations like Kasapreko Company, under its Awake Purified Drinking Water life saving initiative has helped to conduct corrective surgery to save lives.

He advised the public to avoid excessive drinking of alcohol, smoking, and conduct regular check-ups to know their blood pressures and cholesterol level and sugar level for prompt attention.
Ghanaian Gospel Musician and reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year, Diana Hamilton who is also the Brand Ambassador for Awake Purified Drinking Water expressed excitement to partner with Kasapreko Company to undertake such an impactful initiative to put smiles on the faces of patients with heart conditions.

She pledged her unflinching support to the project in ensuring that Ghanaians become healthy and contribute productively to the growth of the country.
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