Hope For Destitute Kids: Liberia/West Africa which endeavors to provide the needs (education, feeding, clothing, provision of safe drinking water, etc.) to underprivileged children in Liberia. HFDKL was established in 2014.
The organization’s existence is constructed on the lesson learned from the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease and from the dark days of Liberia’s ugly past (14 years of civil crisis). Stimulating an unbending effort to promote the progression of our national trajectory reflectively we recalled that the consequence of the aftermath of the fourteen years of civil conflict and the Ebola virus disease left many children to become orphans. Many do not have the basic social services. As a result, some end up begging, while others end up not being in school. Many are exposed to abuse.
14 years on following the end of the civil crisis and the 2014 Ebola virus outbreak leave us with these questions.
1. How many has been achieved on the part of government in addressing
the needs of it’s especially destitute children?
2. To what extent children’s vulnerability/exposure has been addressed?
These among others triggered the establishment of Hope For Destitute Kids Liberia with a grassroots approach that set’s underprivileged children as priority and agenda the mobilization of all stakeholders’ including local communities in order to give our future generation the future we envisioned- an enabling environment where they will not be only refer to as destitute children but an environment where their potential are tapped and developed to bring out the best in them to contribute meaningfully to the development of Liberia.
Visit https://hopefordestitutekids.org/ to read more about their ministry.
Rivers of Hope Ministries is Happy to partner with Hope for Destitute Kids Liberia-West Africa and committed to bring Hope and Share the Love of Christ with the children of Liberia.
You can be a part of this ministry by sponsoring a child. Email your request to sponsor a child to email@example.com
You can be a part of helping destitute children in Liberia by sending a one time or monthly donation by Paypal, CashApp or Venmo. Please write Liberia in the notes.
To donate by CashApp send to $HopeHelps2020
To donate by Venmo send to @Sriveone
To donate by Paypal send to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also donate directly to Hope for Destitute Kids Liberia-West Africa using https://www.sendwave.com/ Name: Grigsby Garmondyu Zar +231 88 070 6374
Hope for Destitute Kids Liberia-West Africa is currently running a Fundraiser for their Chicken Enclosure Project.
In an effort to make sure the Hope for Destitute Kids Liberia- West Africa can provide a steady healthy diet for the kids, I am starting a fund raiser to get them an large chicken enclosure with a couple of dozen laying hens. Any extra eggs can be sold to help provide food for the flock as well as food for the kids. $600 will cover the coop from local materials, and a flock, plus the initial cost of food for the hens. The idea is to give them a self sufficient food supply that they can use to generate some of their own income locally.
You can support the Chicken Enclosure Project through Give Butter with a One-time or Monthly Donation Here: https://givebutter.com/HopeforDestituteKids
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Micracle Dennis Johnson’s Story
During the Christmas event planning, we selected Brewerville outside of the City of Monrovia as the venue for the event. During festive seasons or holidays, Kids in Rural areas of the do not have the opportunities to enjoy the festive or holidays as compare to those in the urban areas. No one reach out to them with gifts. Our presence in Brewerville was a blessing for many of the kids, many of whom at the end of the event expressed joy and appreciations. Noticeably among them (Kids) was miracle Dennis Johnson an 8yrs old boy was seen laughing. Miracle was born in 2014 as a result of a preterm birth ( a birth that occurs before 37 weeks of pregnancy) The 8yrs old boy is living with disability. He can’t walk. He talks like a four months old baby. Miracle was born in 2014 when Liberia was in a serious health crisis, the Ebola Virus disease. Hospitals were turning patients away due to lack of capacity. Many people died as a result of the virus. Miracle parents couldn’t take him to the hospital. Moreover, where they lived hospital wasn’t accessible.