St. Paul's Hope for Old-Age Foundation

St. Paul's Hope for Old-Age Foundation

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St. Paul’s Hope for the Aged is a non-governmental organization (NGO) establish in 2013 with the sole aim of helping the underprivileged aged in society.

To see a community where vulnerable and disadvantaged old-aged live positive and sustainable lives survive; is a right.

BENEFITS TO MEMBERS


• Free medical screening and treatment.
• Provide entertainment and library facilities for the purpose of senior citizens.
• Provide special facilities for senior citizens such as mobile health care systems.
• Organize day trips/social events for the aged.
• Provide a range of health care professionals (Dentists, hairdressers etc) free of charge.
• To provide clinical services eg. Nursing, drug therapy, physical therapy and to address multiple chronic conditions (Anxiety, Xanax) associated with older population.
• Engage experts in the health sector to engage the aged in health education-interactive discussions on emerging trends in health technology as well emerging diseases; disease control, prevention and treatment.
• We help the senior citizens to relief themselves of loneliness and isolation by engaging them in craftsmanship such as knitting, pottery, weaving, dyeing etc.
• Bridge the equity gaps in access to health care, nutrition services, etc. of the aged.
• Provide a platform of communication whereby senior citizens can get in touch with loved ones/school mates for re-union.
• Relieving isolation and loneliness among the senior citizens.
• Organize light exercise programs.
• Through Saint Paul NGO Senior Citizens will experience sense of security and friendship when they meet to share their joys and experience with one another.
• We provide golden opportunities once again for Senior Citizens to lead a fulfilled life during this trying period that we find ourselves.
• To create a platform whereby workplaces, organizations, the youth can tap the rich potential of experienced Senior Citizens who might have worked both local and international. Such platform will impact positively in the life of the above mentioned groups.
• We engage the services of certified herbal technologists to teach the senior citizens on the uses and benefits of traditional herbal medicine. To enable the aged people to cure themselves of certain ailments/illness without having to attend the hospital or use orthodox medication.

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St. Paul’s Hope for Old Age Foundation which is located in Ghana Tema Community 10, is an organization dedicated to introducing underprivileged to an outreach program.
The main aim of the organization is to ensure that old people who are genuinely in need live satisfying, healthy and fulfilled life.
We are aware of the challenges our elderly people are experiencing in this country, and in our quest to help augment what the government have already implemented; we wish to build a healthy relationship with you to collaborate in helping some of the elderly people who are in genuine need.

We depend entirely on religious organizations, corporate, private and individuals sponsorship for either financial or Medical support.
As a sponsor, you will receive media attention from our organization, St. Paul’s Hope for Old Age Foundation, and you will help to introduce a new way of helping the helpless aged.

We are looking forward for a positive response.

For further information contact +233 (0) 303301956 or +233544923341

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Indeed, we have issues that concern the psychology of ageing as well as the prevalent tendency to marginalize the elderly from the social fabric, spurning the experience, wisdom, and working capacity of people who are advanced in years. As soon as they reach the age of retirement, some kind of gift is offered to old-age pensioners for their service, and those who offer it are interested in nothing else.

Loneliness, the possibility of filling their days by meeting others or finding something to do become a source of anxiety for the elderly person and causes him/her to age even more every day. With regard to assisting its members, the Jewish community is also addressing these problems. The Psalmist's invocation: "Do not cast me off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength is spent" (Ps 71[70]:9) is still relevant.

In any case, it remains for us to follow the fundamental lines of tradition to draw from them inspiration for our behaviour and, especially, for our motivation.

In the Jewish tradition the relationship with the elderly develops along two paths: on the one hand, attention is paid to the respect that is due to elders, and on the other, to the form of assistance that these individuals require. The fundamental biblical source from which we learn that we are all bound to respect the elderly is the text in the famous chapter on holiness in Leviticus.

"Stand up in the presence of the aged, and show respect for the old"; and it continues, as it were, to seal these words: "thus shall you fear your God: I am the Lord" (19:32).

It is interesting to note that the figure referred to in the biblical text is also identified with the sage, the wise man. In an anagrammatic exegesis, the zaken — the elderly — becomes ze shekanà chochmà, that is, the one who has acquired wisdom. In short, the elderly person is identified with the wise person, and vice versa.

The elderly deserve esteem

Sevà — white hair — an honourable sign of advanced age, according to the Book of Proverbs (16:31), "is gained in a righteous life". In other words, it is a question of maturity and wisdom acquired through study and the experience of life. We are obliged to attribute honour and respect to these people.

The most common failing found in the elderly person is amnesia. In Jewish ethics there is a strong insistence on the need to refrain from ridiculing the teacher who happens to forget something he studied or researched. Indeed, it should be remembered that both the Tablets of the Law and fragments of the first Tablets that Moses received from God's hands on Sinai were found in the famous Holy Ark of biblical memory.

The esteem and honour ascribed to the elderly and the wise must go hand in hand with the effort not to alienate the elderly person who, on the contrary, we must continue to consider an integral part of both the family and the social fabric.

A passage from Ecclesiastes in which, in a particular way, old age is exalted says: "All these things I considered and I applied my mind to every work that is done under the sun" (8:9). These words express how wisdom acquired through living experience is poured out for the benefit of the successive generations.

Yet, unfortunately, old age is not always an attractive condition. All too often it is a sign of weakness, sickness and physical and psychological decline. Let us remember Ecclesiastes' description of old age:

"Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the evil days come, and the years approach of which you will say, 'I have no pleasure in them'; before the sun is darkened and the light and the moon and the stars, while the clouds return after the rain; when the guardians of the house tremble, and the strong men are bent, and the grinders are idle because they are few, and they who look through the windows grow blind; when the doors on the street are shut, and the sound of the mill is low; when one waits for the chirp of a bird, but all the daughters of song are suppressed; and one fears heights, and perils in the street: when the almond tree blooms, and the locust grows sluggish and the caper berry is without effect" (12:1-5).

Trusting blindly in the elderly

However trust in the elderly person must be considerable and tenacious: Rabbi Simeon bar Eleazar said that if an old man tells you "destroy!" while a young man is telling you "build!", you should destroy since the destruction of an elderly person is always a construction and vice versa for the inexperienced youth.

According to Scripture, the Levites' service in the Tabernacle was limited by age: they continued in active service until the age of 50, after which they retired to their families to minister to their brethren (cf. Nm 8:25).

The elderly in Jewish society have been surrounded by special care and concern since the most ancient times. They occupied an important place both in the family and in society. That "council of elders", frequently mentioned both in biblical texts and in the subsequent tradition, obviously must have been more than a choreographic and honorific consensus. Likewise, their place in the family was comparable in all things and for all things to the relationship with the parents.

The organization of the Jewish community has always catered to the needs of the elderly, and the forms of solidarity provided since biblical times for widows, orphans and the needy in general have been extended to them.

It is interesting to note that from the early Middle Ages decisions were made by community institutions in the interest of helping elderly people. The special conditions of the Jewish Diaspora meant that frequent persecution led to the break-up of the family nucleus so that the first to suffer were, in fact, the elderly, those most vulnerable to suffering and hardship.

It was a question of assuring to the needy elderly of the assistance and especially security in order to continue to practice their religion, to respect every form of Jewish life and above all to avoid the risk of being lured from the faith of their ancestors.

Thus, especially since the 19th century, we see clearly defined structures come into being in various European communities, conceived to provide hospitality and assistance to the elderly.

In an epoch such as this in which generational aging has become an important concern, at a time in which the marginalization of every weak individual and of the aged in particular is a reality visible to all, attention to the elderly is a matter that concerns every member of society, and not only because, thanks to God's will, each and every one is destined to pass through old age. Then the words of the Bible: "Stand up in the presence of the aged" impress on us the duty — and not only the moral duty — to care for the elderly and to organize every possible service on their behalf. www.stpaulhope.org

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Heavenly Father, We thank You for another day Continue to use us to do Your will.

Continue to bless us that we may continue to be a blessing to others.

Keep us strong that we may continue to help the weak.

Keep us uplifted that we may have words of encouragement for others.

We pray for those who are lost and can't find their way.

We pray for those who are misjudged and misunderstood.

We pray for those who don't know You intimately.

We pray for those who don't believe, and We thank you that You continue to remain in our heart and that we do believe and have true faith in You.

We believe that You change people and You can change all things.

We pray for all our sisters and brothers, and for each and every family member in their households.

We pray for peace, love, and joy in their homes that they are out of debt and all their needs are met.

We pray that every eye that reads this knows there is no problem, circumstance, or situation greater than You.

Every battle is in Your hands for You to fight.

We pray that these words be received into the hearts of every eye that sees them and every mouth that confesses them willingly.

This is our prayer... and we pray in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, Amen

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Heavenly Father, We thank You for another day Continue to use us to do Your will.

Continue to bless us that we may continue to be a blessing to others.

Keep us strong that we may continue to help the weak.

Keep us uplifted that we may have words of encouragement for others.

We pray for those who are lost and can't find their way.

We pray for those who are misjudged and misunderstood.

We pray for those who don't know You intimately.

We pray for those who don't believe, and We thank you that You continue to remain in our heart and that we do believe and have true faith in You.

We believe that You change people and You can change all things.

We pray for all our sisters and brothers, and for each and every family member in their households.

We pray for peace, love, and joy in their homes that they are out of debt and all their needs are met.

We pray that every eye that reads this knows there is no problem, circumstance, or situation greater than You.

Every battle is in Your hands for You to fight.

We pray that these words be received into the hearts of every eye that sees them and every mouth that confesses them willingly.

This is our prayer... and we pray in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, Amen

14/11/2016

St. Paul's Hope for Old-Age Foundation

You younger men, likewise, be subject to your elders; and all of you, clothe yourselves with humility toward one another, for GOD IS OPPOSED TO THE PROUD, BUT GIVES GRACE TO THE HUMBLE.

Old age may be the fruition of a moral life and an indication of God’s favor.

“Follow the whole instruction the Lord your God has commanded you, so that you may live, prosper, and have a long life in the land you will possess” (Deuteronomy 5:33).

14/11/2016

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As a Non-Profit Organization, We take full responsibility for our older people, particularly those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and isolated.
St. Paul’s Hope for Old-Age Foundation seek to provide positive lifestyle choices for older people that result in enriching and fulfilling lives. Our services are delivered in both Christian and Muslims context characterized by compassion and love for all. Our team of Health Assistants, Ambassadors, Various Partners, Sponsors and Care Workers also provide comfort, counseling and advocacy for residents, clients, families, volunteers and staff as a holistic expression of care.
We serve the community in a range of settings, from independent living villages to all levels of residential aged care. We also offer community care services including in-home care and private nursing, center-based day programs. We continually strive to develop services by seeking knowledge, responding to and meeting community expectations and by developing innovative approaches that will provide the best possible care for the people we serve.

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Account Name: St. Paul’s Hope for Old Age Foundation
Bank Name: Ecobank
Bank Account No: 0563074485086701
Bank Branch: Hospital Road, Tema
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Bank Name: Stanbic Bank Ghanan Limited
Bank Account No: 90400003961464
Bank Branch: Airport City, Accra
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General information

St. Paul’s Hope for Old Age Foundation (FNGO) is registered NGO which is meant to address the above need. Legally registered in October 2013, the foundation has been working with older people within our catchment area for sometime now.

We help the older people out of love and compassion we have for them upon seeing them suffering, lacking basic needs and living a diminished quality of life. The foundation has not only helped them meet the urgent basics needs, but also make them have access to quality health care and foods if needed.

We started by paying regular visits to them in their homes and engage them in lively discussions about their concerns. After that we provide them with some relief items and food they need. Sometimes, we are unable to meet that expectation due to some reasons. With good communication skills and patience, we also educate them to acquire a decent and normal life.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 15:00

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