Sandra Ankobiah to Raise Funds for SOS Children’s Village

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Television Presenter and Lawyer, Sandra Ankobiah is raising funds for the SOS Children’s Village in Tema, in a campaign dubbed Sandra Ankobiah Fashion for Action.

The initiative would see her sell some original signature clothes of hers (all worn on the TV3 New Day show), to raise funds for the facility.

The special sale comes off at the Mensvic Hotel, East Legon, on December 21, during the Rozay 1 Day Sale fair.

A laudable initiative, Sandra says the motivation, was to find some others ways of raising funds for the institution.

“In the spirit of giving during this Christmas period, I am selling all the outfits I’ve been wearing on New Day,” she says.

“Proceeds will go to the SOS Children’s Home in Tema. Clothes have only been worn once and dry-cleaned. Sizes 8-10. It’s not an auction,” she adds.

“It will be on a first come, first served basis. Come and buy to support a good cause.”

One of four presenters on TV3’s Morning Show, New Day, she made her debut on October 7 of this year, and has since warmed her way into the hearts of viewers.

Sandra is a trained lawyer, called to the bar months ago. She is also host presenter of popular television Fashion show, Fashion 101.



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