In the area of education, for instance, in 2011 the Group built a 50-seater well-equipped Information Communication Schools in the North Dayi District, Volta Region.
Through the generosity of First Sky Group, many students have been offered full scholarships at various levels of education.
First Sky Group has over the years done a lot especially within the Christian religious circles to alleviate some problems associated with places of worship especially in the rural communities of Eastern and Volta Regions as well as supported some churches with musical instrument in their worship.
The Group donated GHS 30,000 to the Volta Regional Coordinating Council to renovate the Ho Jubilee Park in 2016.
To assist in spreading the message of the Gospel, in 2011 First Sky Group donated a brand new Land Cruiser Prado and a pick-up truck to the Assemblies of God Church Ghana to facilitate its rural activities.
In 2012, the Group presented 15 sets of musical instruments to churches in Ghana. At the Ho Jubilee Park in January, 2016, the Group presented 60 church buildings, with a seating capacity of 450 to 650 worshippers, to the Assemblies of God Church Ghana; 30 each to the Eastern and Volta regions. The Group also built several houses for retired Ministers of God of the church.
In the ensuing years till 2020, First Sky will use 30 per cent of his company’s income after tax to cater for orphans and the needy throughout the country. The philanthropic project is dubbed ‘Caring for the Needy and Orphans.’ The project, which has already taken off, is under the chairmanship of The Group CEO, Eric Seddy Kutortse.
In december of 2016, First Sky Group donated Two Million Ghana Cedis (GHC 2,000,000) to the Renal Dialysis Unit of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital to aid kidney patients who cannot afford dialysis. The company also cleared debts in tune of Six Hundred and Twenty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHC 620,000) at the unit and added a brand new Toyota Hilux Pick-Up Truck for the units' daily transport services.