02 Aug
  • By Massa M. Kromah
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CEAF Partnership Program

At CEAF all we know is a life of giving, and based on that we have created a campaign called “CEAF PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM FOR UNDERPRIVILEDGE/ORPHANS” under the flagship Sustainable Development Initiative [SDI], to put an end to shortage and lack of resources in Orphanage Homes and slum communities in our dear country Liberia, to enable them run their activities smoothly. This partnership program took place during the months of May and June.

A major impact has been made with this program through assistance made to the foundation from sponsors, donors, humanitarians and philanthropist with items such as: bags of rice, skin care cream for skin rashes call scabies, oil, beans, iron tablet, vitamins and medications of different kinds.

On the 3rd of May 2018, the foundation received seven (7) bags of rice from one of its partners; Henry M Tosh, CEO M-Tosh prints media incorporated. Upon receiving the 7 bags of rice, the foundation with immediate effect dispatched a team to kakata Margibi County to deliver the rice to “Children future orphanage home.” The Administrator of Children future orphanage home Mrs. Christian F. Blamo expressed her gratitude to the foundation for the continuous support to her orphanage. Mrs. Christian F. Blamo made it known to us that the (33) children she overseas is going to have food for the whole month. The CEO of Children Earth Angel Foundation, Miss Massa M. Kromah, expressed her thanks to Mrs. Blamo for the children and asked her to keep the foundation in her prayers as the foundation continues to seek for sponsorship. 

 

The 22nd of May had us extending our hands of love to Mother Victoria Thomas Orphanage Home situated at New Matadi. This was made possible through Rola Hammad, An individual who donated the amount of 150usd for us to get seven (7) bags of rice and skin care rub available to the Orphanage home. Furthermore, we had a donor by the name Augustus V. Goanue CEO of Rural & Renewable Energy of Liberia, who donated six (6) boxes of solar panels valued at 480usd.In the month of June a donor by the name Melvina M. Kromah gave two (2) bags of rice and 1,500 Liberian dollars to the foundation.

We are so glad CEAF could achieve this in the month of May/June. This would not have been possible without your support. We encourage you to join us to do more and touch more lives by being a donor in months to come.

WRITTEN BY: EDWIN MOHAMMED ELIC-JALEIBA

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.