EX-CONVICT KOFI AGYEKUM SACKED FROM WORK BUT CHRISTIAN ATSU RESCUES HIM

Ex-convict Ohene Agyekum has received two industrial sewing machines worth Two Thousand Six Hundred Ghana Cedis and a cash amount of Four Thousand Ghana Cedis from Crime Check Foundation, CCF to enable him recover his lost life to better re-integrate into society after he was sacked from his previous job. Mr. Agyekum was sentenced to […]

EX-CONVICT RECEIVES CCF SUPPORT TO RE-INTEGRATE INTO SOCIETY

Crime Check Foundation, CCF has supported 63 year old ex-convict, Kofi Osei Boateng with an amount of Two Thousand Four Hundred Ghana Cedis to rent a room in a bid to re-integrate him into society. Osei Boateng was sentenced to 10-years in prison for attempting to traffic Narcotics (Cocaine) to Germany in 2005 through the […]

EX-CONVICT BENEFITS FROM CHRISTIAN ATSU’S KINDNESS

Black Stars and Newcastle Midfielder, Christian Atsu comes to the rescue of ex-convict of Winneba Local Prison, William Owusu Ansah as he starts life anew. Owusu Ansah aged 39 was a security guard at Kasoa in Central Region of Ghana and served a 3 year jail term after he was arrested for possessing narcotic drugs. […]

CCF HELPS FEMALE RECIDIVIST

44 year old recidivist, Selina Mensah sheds tears as Crime Check Foundation CCF through its Ex-convicts Reintegration project supports her to start a business. Selina who has served a ten year jail term for a narcotic offence and another three year jail term for stealing, is currently going through financial difficulties as a result of […]

FOUNDATION DONATES TO AKOLLABILLA

It was all tears of joy as Crime Check Foundation CCF pays a visit to 110 year old ex-convict Akobilla at Amomaso in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Akobilla was arrested at the age of ninety two and charged with possession of narcotic drug. “In 2012, I was a worker at a cocoa farm but […]

CCF FEEDS WIDOWS & EX-CONVICTS DURING CHRISTMAS

As great satisfaction comes from sharing with others, Crime Check Foundation CCF have organized a party for its beneficiaries dubbed the “CCF Fetes Widows & Ex-Convicts”. The event which happened at Ridma Hotel at McCarthy Hill in Accra, Ghana, brought together CCF donors from abroad, widows, orphans and ex-convicts who have benefitted from the Foundation […]

MORE INMATES TO BENEFIT FROM CRIME CHECK FOUNDATION’s LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT INITIATIVES AT JAMES CAMP PRISON.

Inmates at James Camp Prison in Accra are to benefit from a training programme in Batik Tye and Dye and offer livelihood support modules as part of the CCF Ex-convict Reintegration Programme. The programme which is being funded by Black Stars and Newcastle Midfielder, Christian Atsu and CCF seeks to support efforts by the Ghana […]

I WANT TO KILL MYSELF – WIDOW WITH 6 CHILDREN GRIEVES

38 year old Nana Akua, a widow and a mother of six children laments her ordeal to crimecheckghana.  She and her children currently have nowhere to sleep as they are being ejected from their room due to her inability to pay her rent. Nana Akua told crimecheckghana that she was living with her husband at […]

EX-CONVICT MARK MENSAH RECEIVES ADDITIONAL SUPPORT THROUGH CCF’S RE-INTEGRATION PROJECT.

Ex-convict, Mark Mensah was supported to start his own air freshener business through Crime Check Foundation’s ex-convict Reintegration Project. The project which has Black Stars and New Castle Winger Christian Atsu as the single largest donor has supported many ex-convicts in Ghana with livelihood support. Mark is an ex-convict who served a four year jail […]

Update: By-day worker thrown in jail receives help

Akua Afriyie, a single mother of four who was thrown in jail without  fair hearing has received help from Crimecheckfoundation, (CCF) (crimecheckghana). Crimecheckghana few weeks back reported of a by- day worker who was thrown in jail by her pay master when she insisted on getting her 6-months salary arrears paid and in the process broke […]