Clothe the needy in Liberia Christmas event
07 Mar
  • By Massa M. Kromah

CEAF 2017 Christmas Event With Orphans in Liberia

I am Miss Massa Kromah from Liberia, a country where the economy is so bad. Based on that, our living condition is extremely poor, that an average Liberian cannot afford a dollar to live a day. Because of these reasons I personally decided to open this organization to meet the needs of those less fortunate kids. After our assessment in Liberia, we notice that there are so many vulnerable kids that needed our attention.  So, we decide to step in, and render aids to the orphans, disable, and sick kids.

Working with CEAF have been the best thing that happen in my life. My team and I have been able to come up with so many events for these kids, and some of these events were successful, and some weren’t. But we were grateful to our sponsors that came in during our Christmas event, and through them our Christmas event was successful.

We were able to visit various schools, orphanage homes, and hospitals with kids that were sick and needed attention from us; presented gifts like school supplies, medication, food, toys, and clothes.  Believe it, the smiles from these sick kids were heart touching and we wish we could have done more, and we hope to do more. We made them to know that they are important to our society, and that we need them, and they are not alone, there are people out there who care about them.

As we are speaking, little has been done and we need more to be done. So CEAF is kindly asking donors to come in and support. Supports can be given in various ways such as finance, clothing, school materials, food supplies and toys, and medication/vitamins.

Our event was covered by Frontpage Africa of Liberia, which is a news agency.

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About The Massa M. Kromah

Massa M. Kromah is a graduate of the University of Liberia, with a Bachelor in Business Administration, Diploma in Small and Medium enterprises and promotion in Africa, obtained in Japan.