Richard Shares His Hopes for the Future!

Apr 26, 2022 | 0 comments

We LOVE sharing about our amazing college students. They have come so far in their educational pursuits and personal growth. Richard is no exception! Read below to learn more about this Agent of Change.

What degree will you complete when you graduate this year?

I will receive my Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management from Heritage Christian College. I hope to get a good job with a reputable company once I graduate.

What changes do you hope to see in Ghana in the future, and how to do you hope to be an agent of that change?

I would like to serve in a community where the kids may not have access to education or find it difficult to understand the importance of education to their future. I hope to make an impact in their lives just as Touch A Life has impacted my life and I would like to see all the kids in my community receive the best of education available to them.

What do you like to do in your free time?

I mostly enjoy listening to music and watching motivational videos. I also like playing soccer with my Touch A Life brothers.

How has Touch A Life made an impact in your life?

Touch A Life has made a lot of differences in my life but the best of all these differences is taking me from Lake Volta and giving me the best education I could possibly get.

“I will never forget the life I was living back on the lake and how far I have come now. This was possible because Touch A Life gave me hope when I thought all was lost. My greatest gratitude to the whole Touch A Life family.”

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