Ronco Cayman continues to support
youngster’s education in Ghana

Local company helps baby elephant rescued from well
July 28, 2016

Cayman based IT firm, Ronco has announced it will continue work with Children’s Helpers Worldwide (CHW) to help fund the tuition of a young engineering student from Ghana. Ronco confirmed it would cover tuition fees for the Ghanaian student, Isaac, for his course at Cape Coast Polytechnic University, helping fund his second and third years at the university. The firm has been supporting Isaac’s education from the start of his studies at the university. Ronco has been working closely with CHW to ensure Isaac has everything required to cover the cost of his course, both furthering his education and opening doors for his future. Mr Darrell Hines, Managing Director of Ronco said the company was honoured to help Isaac pursue his dreams and achieve his personal ambitions.

“Education is the foundation for a life of opportunity,” Mr Hines said. “We can’t wait to hear about Isaac’s continued success in his studies and we look forward to seeing what he achieves in the future.”

Ms Catherine Frank of CHW shared her gratitude for Ronco’s charitable contribution on behalf of Isaac, CHW and those who have played a significant role in his life at the New Life’s Children’s Home, where he grew up. “It is a true gift for Ronco to sponsor Isaac’s education fees for his tertiary studies,” she said. “This will not only help him continue his journey on the right path in life, but also provide him with an amazing confidence boost and incentive to work hard.”

Ronco’s support of Isaac comes under their Hand Up initiative. Mr Hines has roots in Kenya and felt inspired by his heritage to reach out and help those in need from Kenya to Cayman and everywhere in between. Therefore, Hand Up was established by Ronco with the aim of assisting those in need both locally and across the world, through relationships with various organisations, including UK based Children’s Helpers Worldwide, Cayman Heart Foundation, the Women’s Crisis Centre and Save the Elephants.

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