Tex Styles Ghana Contributes to the Fabric of Society

Tex Styles Ghana Contributes to the Fabric of Society

Tex Styles Ghana, the company that brings GTP and Woodin products to the world, has once again demonstrated how seriously it takes its role as a corporate citizen, by donating 280 sets of bed sheets and pillow cases to the Juaben Government Hospital (JBH), in the Ashanti Region. This generosity is notable in itself, but really is remarkable when you consider that this is the tenth such gift from the company to the nation’s hospitals in just three years.

Tex Styles Ghana Donation

Nana Kwabena Yentumi, Group Marketing Director of GTP (right) presenting the items to Dr Prosper Gbekor, the Medical Director of the Hospital. Looking on are some key Distributors of GTP from Kumasi.

This generous gesture, however, was just the beginning. Tex Styles Ghana has also donated the costs of refurbishing and repainting several JBH wards, thus improving the comfort of patients out of their beds every bit as much as the new bedding supplies do for them while in their beds. Of course, staff and visitors benefit from the new decor too, as modern fittings and smart new paintwork make JBH a more pleasant and welcoming place both to work and to visit. The company has identified donating to the health of Ghanaians as a priority in its corporate social responsibility activity, the purpose of which is to make a meaningful and substantial statement of thanks to its loyal customers.

In presenting the bedsheets and pillow cases to JBH, group director, Nana Kwabena Owusu Yentumi said: “high quality fabrics are Tex Styles Ghana’s business, so we know the difference these premium products, which include our top grade, 100% cotton grey baft, can make to aiding the recovery and comfort of Juaben Government Hospital’s patients, and the reassurance their comfort can bring to their loved ones.”

Tex Styles Ghana Donation to Juaben Government Hospital

The Medical Director of GTP, Dr Kwaku Sarkodea (left) exchanging greetings with the Juabenhene, Nana Otuo Siribuor during the presentation.

The Omanhene of the Juaben Traditional Area, Nana Otuo Siribuor praised Tex Styles Ghana’s generosity and announced that JBH would be opening an emergency service facility, in a move that upgrades JBH’s services in parallel with its new look and bedding. JBH’s medical superintendent, Dr Prosper Gbekor said the timing of the company’s donation could hardly have been better and promised the bedding would be put to the best possible use.

JBH joins an impressive list that includes: Koforidua Regional Hospital, St Joseph and Effiduase hospitals, also in Koforidua, Tema Polyclinic, Nkwatia Health Centre and the Kwahu Government Hospital in Atibie as beneficiaries of Tex Style Ghana’s ongoing generosity to its customers and fellow Ghanaians.

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