Dennis Fisher, Julie Lewis, Seneca Lewis, Jacob Madehdou
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED:
Pray for this project and the people of Liberia
Share the project with your church, school, co-workers, friends, neighbors, social networking groups, students
Collect school supplies, soccer balls, shoes and jerseys for the students in Liberia
Donate $1, $5, $10 to the general fund
Contribute $100.00 to support the cost of the water well and your name will be added to a thank you plaque next to the water well
Buy one class room (20*20) for $5,000.00 and a plaque with your name or business will be displayed over one of the rooms
Donate cash and utensils to the kitchen and cafeteria fun and your name will be added to a thank you plaque at the entrance of the kitchen and cafeteria
You can buy cement @ $15.00 a bag
You can organize a fundraiser
You can honor a friend or loved one with your donation in the person’s name
You may sponsor a student with a gift of $12.00 a month, or a gift of $50.00 to pay a teacher’s salary for a month
Collect stationeries and books for the school library from friends, churches, schools, book stores, etc.
Your donation to the general fund is appreciated, regardless the size or amount. What you may think as “little” is a lot to others.
The Liberia Education Project is presently run by a Team of dedicated volunteers who are giving their time and resources to make a difference in the lives of needy children and adults in the communities and villages in Liberia. Your expertise is needed in the areas of Education, Health, Agriculture, Construction, etc. We are putting a team together to visit the project site of the Ghewein Mission School in Kokoyah District, Bong County, Liberia in 2011. Your involvement is greatly needed, and will add to the success of the project. Whether you live near of far, your skills and expertise will provide the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the needy people in the villages and communities in Liberia. You can volunteer in but not limited to the following areas:
Public health awareness (HIV/AIDS, Malaria)
Village health care
Clean water projects
Sustainable farming methods
Building and construction
The Liberia Education Project was established to help with the social and educational needs of disadvantaged and war affected children and adults in the cities and villages in Liberia. LEP began as a result of a vision by Jacob G. Madehdou, a member of the Somerton United Methodist Church (SUMC), Philadelphia, PA and native of Liberia, West Africa. The Liberia Education Project is presently run by a Team of dedicated volunteers who are giving their time and resources to make a difference in the lives of needy children and adults in communities and villages in Liberia. We will seek to work in partnership with other individuals and organizations to provide the life changing KEY (Education) to the needy and forgotten children in the villages and street corners of Liberia.