Gospel Without Borders (GWB) early this week donated 60 bags of rice, 30 packs of magi-cubes and 60 bags of salt to three Ebola Survivor Centers in Monrovia.
The cost of the donation is USD2,000 GWB said.
Gospel Without Borders is a non-governmental organization in Liberia.
According to the organizers, the purpose of identifying with the survivor heroes and heroines were to honor their dignity and integrity in Liberia.
The GWB’s organizers also disclosed that communities that benefitted from their donation include Banjor, Police Academy East and West and Pipeline Road in Paynesville.
Speaking at one of the presentation ceremonies, Executive Director Rev. James Franglay Kpayeh said with genuine faith in God, they are poised to assist all Liberians in the country.
Rev. Kpayeh also intimated that the current support came from some well-meaning Liberians and contributions from GWB members.
Rev. Kpayeh reminded the beneficiaries that their prayers and supplications are needed for the development, growth and progress of the GWB in Liberia.
He further disclosed that in the near future GWB plans to support orphanages and other needy homes as part of its approach to the spread of the Gospel Christ.
“As part of our sustainability initiative,” Rev. Kpayeh said, “we plan to engage ourselves into an agro-business and train Liberians in small scale agriculture.”
Rev. Kpayeh further explained that initial funds would be generated by planting of cash crops, such as oil palm, cocoa, coffee, rice and others.
According Rev. Kpayeh the GWB was founded on October 6, 2014 by some innovative and enterprising Liberians to spread the good news of Jesus Christ throughout the country.
In closing, Rev. Kpayeh appealed to Liberians and partners to pray for the Christain charity in order to achieve its goals and objectives in the country.
In response, the Ebola survivors’ heads thanked the GWB’s leadership and members for their humanitarian gesture during this critical period in the country.
Madam Naomie Washington of Banjor said the GWB intervention was timely and urged other charitable groups and Liberians to come to their aid.
“I want to thank you all very much and God richly bless your hands and protect the GWB family in their day to day work in our country,” Madam Washington pleaded.
For his part, Police Academy Ebola survivors’ head Sekou Kamara extended thanks and appreciation to the GWB family for the food assistance.
“We pray that God will continue to bless you in order for you people to help us go through this hard period in our country,” Mr. Kamara concluded.