My Prayer this Christmas is that we can bring HOPE to our Orphans, Widows and Refugees.
Some of you have asked what you could give this Christmas that would make a difference to someone in need. Perhaps your family is looking for a Christmas project that you could do instead of the hustle and bustle of trying to find, “just the right gift” in a world where we have so much. I decided I would write a letter to everyone who has a heart for our ORPHANS, WIDOWS and REFUGEES. Each one has their own personal story of how they survived through Liberia’s 14 yrs. of civil wars. Today there is peace, but the country still faces Extreme Poverty.
I will do whatever I can to PROVIDE FOR THESE HOPELESS ONES! Especially the SUFFERING CHILDREN and ELDERLY WIDOWS.
Perhaps one of these ideas is for you……
|BUY OUR ORPHAN CHILDREN CLOTHES FOR CHRISTMAS
Theresa Quanah lives at Ma Esther’s Hope Home. All the children here could use a new set of clothes. This home has 16 children.____ 50.00 to buy new clothes for a child
____ 15.00 to buy a new pair of shoes
____ 25.00 for malaria treatment – often fatal
____ 100.00 School Fees for one semester
____ 100.00 Buy chicken dinner for a Hope Home Family
|PUT A STUDENT TO SCHOOL
Pricilla Wolo is in grade 8. She is one of 150 children and youth we put to school this fall. First semester is paid. In January we are facing second semester when all school fees are due.____ 100.00 will pay for second semester, and school supplies
____ 15.00 to buy a new uniform for a child
____ 20.00 for good leather school shoes
|BUY FOOD FOR THE MALNOURISHED
This is Maybe Mulbah and her malnourished son Silas. Provision of Hope has taken him to hospital to get the necessary treatment. We also have him on a vitamen program. Maybe is only one of many of our Single Mothers
_____ 75.00 will buy the whole family some clothes
_____ 75.00 will buy a mattress
_____ 25.00 will buy warm blankets
_____ 50.00 will take care of minor medical needs
|PROVIDE MONEY FOR A MICRO LOAN
Marthaline Summerville is one of our Single Mothers who received a Micro Loan of 200.00 to sell used clothing, at the Refugee Camp. Today she provides for her family and is doing well in business._____ 200.00 – 300.00 will provide a micro loan for one of our single mothers We have over 60 Single Mothers at the camp, many who are very poor. Micro Loans really help!
|DONATE FOR OUR WIDOWS
Our widows receive rice at 3 different locations. Each Saturday when they gather, they have a time of sharing and worship._____ 35.00 to buy a bag of rice
_____ 75.00 to buy a new mattress
_____ A Donation for oil, salt and soap because it’s Christmas!
|HELP TO SAVE A LIFE
Samuel Hinneh almost died, but thank God he was given funds, for his appendix that burst so he pulled through and lived._____ Donation towards the many who suffer needing treatment
_____ Help towards surgeries for those who have no funds
_____ Help a patient in the hospital to be released. They stay until the bill is paid.
|HELP A REFUGEE BACK HOME TO LIBERIA
Lydia Flomo is a 22 yr. old refugee girl who is wanting to go home to Liberia. She was brought to the camp at age 9. She longs to go home to see her mother. She knows her grandmother lives in Monrovia, and can help her to find her mother. Lydia sells firewood all day long, just to eat.It would be most outstanding if she could go home in time for Christmas!
____ 250.00 would transport her back home
|SAVE EXODUS FROM GOING BLIND
Exodus Smith is one of our Gr. 11 students. Recently he has developed a serious eye problem. We sent him to an eye clinic where they told us he has growths developing over his pupils and will need them removed or he will go blind! They recommended that we fly him to Ghana for this surgery, otherwise he will lose his eye sight. If you would like to donate towards this need, we would greatly appreciate it. The flight is covered, but no money yet for his surgery.
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