(Orcon-Lib),NOBEL Liberia Donate Food, School Items To 12 Orphanages
Orphans Concern Liberia in partnership with NOBEL Liberia has donated food and academic supplies to over 500 orphans across 12 orphanages in Montserrado, Grand Bassa, Bomi and Margibi Counties.
The donation which included over 100 bags of rice and more than 2000 Copy book, Pencil, and Pen came in the wake of the troubling economy situation where many orphanages expressed challenges in the provision of livelihood for orphans.Many of the homes visited during the exercise spoke of the dyeing need for food especially most especially for the infants who are currently at the beginning of the new school calendar year.
Speaking at the closure of the donation in the exercise recently, Jallah Kesselly, head of NOBEL Liberia who formed part of the Outreach expressed taught that his company could partner with Orphans Concern-Liberia to put smile on the faces of orphans.
He explained that leaving the comfort of his office has allowed him to see the growing challenges the children in institution go through.
Kesselly disclosed that as part of his company’s cooperate social responsibilities, they have engage themselves in such initiative as a way of giving back to the less fortunate in society.
For his part the Executive Director of (Orcon Lib) Amos Sawboh extolled NOBEL for their support toward the orphans cited that the initiative will out smile on the faces of the orphans as well as administrators of those orphanages.
Sawboh called on other cooperate entities to follow the step of Nobel in improving the lives of the downtrodden.
He stressed that with the challenging economic situation that orphanages go through especially caring for underprivileged children, NOBEL has proven they had not only come to benefit from the Economic, but also give back.
Institutions that benefited from the Donation includes: Sis. Iye, Calvary Mission, Daniel Hoover, Center for the Age, Christian Agriculture, Comfort K. Toe, Great Commission, Light House Children Village, Omega, Peter Sleykon and Monrovia Training Academy.