Ginho Europe is delighted to support Burton Albion Community Trust (BACT)’s expedition to Ghana by sponsoring a Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) who is taking part in the challenge.
Ginho Europe is sponsoring the shirt of Suzi Alliss, who works at Eton Park Junior School in Burton on Trent. She is part of the 15-strong group travelling to Ghana which includes young people from BACT’s NCS programme, BACT volunteers, local Community Trust partners and members of the community.
The trip aims to raise funds for BACT, while supporting African Adventures’ partner projects in Ghana and providing local people with a life-changing experience.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Suzi Alliss said:
I’ve worked in education for the last 20 years and have a desire to give something back to the profession that has inspired me for so long. I’m looking forward to enhancing the facilities at the local school and am grateful to Ginho for their financial support.Suzi Alliss
In Ghana, BACT will be supporting Tegbi E.P School – a government-administered primary school which was founded in 1946 in Woe with renovations of their facilities. The school provides education to 550 children between the ages of four and 20, from kindergarten up to the third (and final) year of junior high school.
Shaun Gray, Ginho Europe managing director, commented:
Burton Albion Community Trust is an amazing organisation that does so much for the local community, and we are delighted to support Suzi and the team. We wish everyone all the best with the Ghana expedition and look forward to hearing all about their travels and achievements.Shaun Gray
Photo caption: L-R Paul Baskin (BACT), Mandy Farrow (HR Ginho Europe) and Suzi Alliss (Eton Park Junior School)