Your super station Joy 99.7 FM is today hosting thousands of underprivileged Ghanaians to its annual Easter Soup Kitchen.
Hundreds of participants from all parts of the capital are expected to throng the Accra Community Centre for the lavish ceremony that has just begun.
Staff of Multimedia Group will be serving hot meals, while health officials provide free medical screening and counselling for the vulnerable in society.
Volunteers from schools and other institutions will also attend the event to assist the Multimedia Staff.
A team of health professionals will screen beneficiaries for malaria, blood pressure, breast cancer, eye defects and provided medications.
Others will be registered free of charge onto the National Health Insurance Scheme.
Ahead of the Sunday’s event, many benevolent organisations made donations to support the event.
Head of Talk at Joy FM, Nhyira Addo, who is on at the event grounds, says tents have been erected and all is set for what is expected to be a mammoth show of benevolence to needy in Ghana.
Joy FM’s Easter Soup Kitchen is one of the radio station’s corporate social responsibility events that has been running for over a decade.
More random photos from the event below.