We help the people of Gardnersville, mainly the children living in the Township and its environment. Our focus is helping the children with text books, note books and after school programs such as library for the kids, equipped with internet connectivity and computers for them to be able to study and do their home works after school.
We help with simple things like the right to quality education. The right for kids to have somewhere to study. The right for kids to have access to the internet and be informed about what is happening around the world.
We're not about giving handouts or telling people what to do, because in the long run we know that doesn't work. Instead, we use our resources, influence and experience to help people find their own solutions.
You can help us make a fairer, better world – wher ever you are. Your donations can help more people to transform their lives. Your voice can persuade world leaders to change policies.
We believe those of us that were born in Gardnersville and living in the Americas should be able to help the new generation back home in Gardnersville, Liberia through fund raising, donations and undertaking various projects that could be of immense help for our people back home.
We believe by helping our people with educational materials like text books, note books, computers, the establishment of a library, donations to clinics in Gardnersville, these gestures of goodwill can help alleviate some of the hardships our people encountered daily. This we believe will bring about real change for families, our communities, and the society as whole.
Gardnersville or Gardnersville is a town in central-northern suburb of Monrovia, Liberia. It is widely regarded as being a part of Samie Town and Barnesville. However, because the boundaries remain unclear, Gardnersville is generally referred as a suburb. The area is one of the 16 zones that the city of Monrovia is comprised of.
Gardnersville was often used by the warring factions as a demarcation line of the war front during the Liberian civil wars of 1989 – 2003. As a result, many battles were fought in this suburb thus resulting to heavy causalities in the loss of lives and properties. The suburb gained notoriety as the area where five Catholic nuns were brutally murdered by rebel soldiers of the National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) during their “Operation Octopus” war campaign to overrun the capital city of Monrovia.