Margaret Thatcher once said ‘’If you want something said ask a man and if you want something done ask a woman’’.
We present to you, Lily Mintah, founder of The Share Foundation Ghana and a woman who has done amazing things worth writing about. A graduate from the University of Cape Coast and University of Winneba, Lily is a trained teacher with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English. The year 2005 saw her embarking on her journey as a social entrepreneur when she established The Share Foundation Ghana, a non-governmental organization (N.G.O) with a sole purpose of helping under-privileged children in society develop their God given talents. Since its establishment, the Share Foundation has helped a lot of young people to discover their purpose in life and has given them a firm foundation in pursuing their education.
Major activities embarked on by The Share Foundation has been to inaugurate the ‘Diamond Community Library’ for the Republic Road Basic School at Community 4 in Tema on January 1st, 2014. On Monday, September 22nd 2014 the foundation launched the opening of its 4th community library called “The Comfort Centre” to commemorate founders day and the 150th birthday of the late and great Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Lily and her organization have also been a major organizer of reading clinics across the country, organizing events in Kumasi and in Winneba, an activity that has helped to promote literacy in the country. In addition to offering scholarships ranging from books, monies, bags and shoes to children in rural areas. These are just some of the great milestones chalked by The Share Foundation Ghana.
Tema Excellence Awards Foundation, in 2012, awarded Lily Mintah for her hard works in helping under privileged youth. She was also nominated as an MTN Hero of Change in 2014 and won the award of being a hero of change in education. Indeed Lily is a hero of change assisting young people to explore and develop their talents while discovering their purpose in life.
Our team support Lily and encourage her to continue making a difference in the lives of the next generation of leaders. For more information please visit The Share Foundation Ghana