Adventist Smart Women, a group of Seventh-day Adventist Women on Social media with Facebook as their focal point of meeting visited a deprived community called Baako Ni Aba in the Nyinahin district on the 21st of March 2018, and donated items worth fifteen thousand Ghana Cedis to the community members. Adventist Smart Women is a group of Seventh-day Adventist Women on Social media formed by a Ghanaian: Ms. Debbie Asamoah Antwi on the 21st of March 2018. It has a current population of over 4300 members across the globe: Ghana, Sierra Leon, Cameron, Tanzania, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, United States, Philippines, and Belgium among others. Their main objective is to seek and make impact in the lives of others through education, networking, collaboration, socialization and empowerment for the second coming of Christ. The group is made up of professionals who help in resolving delicate issues as well as discussions based on Adventist Beliefs on social, relationship, health, education and many more. Members with tantalizing and sensitive issues bring them on board by using an anonymous link to hide their identity, the group members use the Bible, professionalism, personal experiences, and counsels to help the fellow. The group members pray and fast every second Wednesday of the month for Revival and Reformation for themselves and intercede for the church at large. Adventist Smart Women planned and held a humanitarian Action dubbed “Project Touch a Life” with the aim of bringing a heart closer to Jesus by meeting the physical needs of a community. The members therefore identified a deprived community called Baako Ni Aba in the Atwima Mponua District in Ashanti Region of Ghana for the project.