| Nov 20, 2023
VAAFD Ebola orphan in Bong County received new school items for this academic year.
By Abigail S. Teah | Media and Communication Officer
Junior, Jonah, Princess, Tina and Peter are making headways in their studies in Bong County. VAAFD family says thank you for investing in the future of the needy and the vulnerable kids of Liberia and Africa.
Another journey has started for Junior and his sibling in Bong County. They are getting closer to their dreams. Junior's dream of becoming a medical doctor and building a hospital in his county is coming to reality.
The fees had been paid and school items had been brought for the Ebola orphan in Bong County. These items include; Clothes, Uniforms, Shoes, Copybooks, Book bags, and other things that are needed for this academic year.
Junior who is the elder brother for the Ebola orphan in Bong County said seeing himself in school every year reminds him to do his best every day, it also makes him know that thousands of people out there care about their wellbeing. He said that; he has learned a lot from all the love shown to them over the years.
Peter is another Ebola orphan, who is attending the St. Totota Lutheran High School in Bong County. He said every year in school brings him closer to his dreams of making the difference in his village. Peter said; he is amazed by the level of love he has received from the sponsors over the past years and is grateful for the opportunity given her every day.
Thank you so much for supporting us and your commitment to this project to the Liberian kids. We highly appreciate all of the kindness and the love you continue to show. We want to say thank you, and you are a good team player, as you keep us in your loving heart. We want to hear your views and ideas as you build a team and a network with VAAFD in helping the poor kids of Liberia; we also take into consideration your ideas, your participation as well as your total involvement.
Please feel free to contact us with your ideas, questions and please be aware that you are a major and a noble player of this project, therefore, you need to know how your resources have really been managed. The survival of this project is 100% dependent on you. Thanks again to our donors and supporters and as much as the financial aspect of this project is very important to us.
We say thanks for giving these kids a brighter future. Without your donation, we will have no means to run this program.