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Focusing on giving needy children has been Goodness and Mercy Missions major task since 2007. One of our team members has won the UN Online Volunteering Award in 2011. She has been working on Empowering women to educate their children in Cameroon. We focus even more in getting sponsors for some of these children we have profiled. Interested, click the sites www.gmmafricachild.org and www.commit2africa.org.

Focusing on giving needy children has been Goodness and Mercy Missions major task since 2007. One of our team members has won the UN Online Volunteering Award in 2011. She has been working on Empowering women to educate their children in Cameroon. We focus even more in getting sponsors for some of these children we have profiled. Interested, click the sites www.gmmafricachild.org and www.commit2africa.org.

Focusing on giving needy children has been Goodness and Mercy Missions major task since 2007. One of our team members has won the UN Online Volunteering Award in 2011. She has been working on Empowering women to educate their children in Cameroon. We focus even more in getting sponsors for some of these children we have profiled. Interested, click the sites www.gmmafricachild.org and www.commit2africa.org.

Focusing on giving needy children has been Goodness and Mercy Missions major task since 2007. One of our team members has won the UN Online Volunteering Award in 2011. She has been working on Empowering women to educate their children in Cameroon. We focus even more in getting sponsors for some of these children we have profiled. Interested, click the sites www.gmmafricachild.org and www.commit2africa.org.

How can Help Liberia Foundation publicise their child sponsorship scheme and make it more attractive to potential sponsors?

Status: Finished
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Help Liberia Foundation run a child sponsorship scheme. Money raised is used to pay the teachers at the school, and for other day to day running costs. At the moment, this is their main source of income to keep the school running.

Sponsorship costs US$7 per month, and as at October 2009 about 40 children have sponsors. Sponsors can write to their chosen child, and receive letters in return.

More details of the scheme can be found on the HLF website http://help-liberia.org/

Please share your ideas on how to publicise the scheme.

We are still seeking financial support ($500-$700) to get this conference started. Does anyone have any suggestions about where we can go for support?

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Anna Soper

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Boston Children Centre in Matopeni has got a new website!

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