Springfield Corporate Investments

Our business values recognize our corporate and social responsibilities to the welfare and development of individuals in our communities and especially to those from less privileged backgrounds.

Promoting Education

We strongly believe education is a prerequisite for the growth of the individual and society. Therefore, we seek to empower underprivileged individuals by seeking education, skills development and business support initiatives to assist their progress. We aim to sponsor disadvantaged individuals, especially girls, who have completed their primary, secondary and/or tertiary education, but who are unable to afford the means to further their studies. Investing in education, we believe, improves personal growth and the success of the Ghanaian nation. This is what informs our decision to sponsor basic school children across the country to make a difference in communities. Our criteria for eligibility are robust and our fund also provides career guidance counsellor(s) for selected participants to assist them in choosing their courses.

Our Corporate Investments

Springfield believes in sustainable economic growth, sound community relations and social investment for the education, health and welfare of communities in Ghana, with special focus on those living close to areas of our operation, or who may be directly impacted by them. Springfield has established a Fund to manage our investments in the communities.

Promoting Health

To support the communities in which we operate, we collaborate with national and regional health authorities to initiate the projects and programmes that will ensure improved access to healthcare in communities. Springfield’s Corporate Social Investment initiatives emphasize the promotion of health.

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Corporate Social Investment Initiatives

We emphasise the promotion of health which is instrumental in preserving the lives of critically ill children and adults. To date we have sponsored 31 successful heart surgeries – mostly for infants – who would otherwise have died due to lack of funds to pay for medical treatment.

Medical Healthcare

Since 2013 Springfield has been providing financial support to the intensive care unit of the 37 Military Hospital for the procurement of emergency medication stocks, replacement equipment and to cover the medical bills of individuals who have insufficient funds to pay for accessed healthcare and who have been abandoned by their families.

Saving Lives

Springfield’s Corporate Social Investment initiatives emphasise the promotion of health and is instrumental in preserving the lives of critically ill children and adults. To date we have sponsored 31 successful heart surgeries - mostly for infants - who would otherwise have died due to lack of funds to pay for medical treatment.

Financial Support

Since 2013 Springfield has been providing financial support to the intensive care unit of the 37 Military Hospital for the procurement of emergency medication stocks, replacement equipment and to cover the medical bills of individuals who have insufficient funds to pay for accessed healthcare and who may have been abandoned by their families.

We also provide financial support to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, which is a tertiary-level referral health complex in Ghana and is one of the foremost health institutions in West Africa accessed by neighbouring countries. Through our on-going relationship with the National Cardiothoracic Centre, we provide regular financial assistance for patients unable to pay for their bills.

We also fund the routine care of patients in wards at the Korle-Bu Hospital and also process and pay bills for applications for financial support for children and adults to undergo surgery across Ghana and abroad.

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