Evangelist Woods Makes Donation

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By: Esau J. Farr, esaufarr1980@gmail.com

MONROVIA – Jamesetta Woods, an American evangelist who lives in the United States of America has made a major donation to the country’s educational sector by providing book bags and other educational materials to students in Bong County.

Madam Woods spoke during the distribution in Central Bong County and said that her passion is to relieve parents of the mountainous difficulties they face in procuring supplies for their children.

She said that it was her way of helping parents with these challenges.

“I am aware of some of the difficulties most of our children along with their parents go through just to learn an ‘ABC,’ she observed.

“I can remember; back then before the wars in our country, some of our friends used to hold their copybooks in their bare hands just to go to school because their parents could not afford them. Knowing that the same situation exists today, I decided to lobby my friends in the US to help me improve their situation.

A Gonwoan parent thanked Liberian Evangelist, speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries as well as the parents.

Mr. Flomo said, “These are what we the parents of these little ones will always want to see our children grow for.

As they learn, they should not forget their homes, but to always remember to come back and give to society,” the aging man said in a rather appreciating tone.

After Madam Woods’ successful one-day Children Feeding Program in Brewerville, Mango Town YED Community near Monrovia, the distribution of school bags was made possible by the successful hosting of the distribution of school bags.

It can be recalled that Evangelist Jamesetta Woods recently held a children’s feeding program in Brewerville aimed at sharing with children and some elderly people as part of the 2023 New Year Celebrations.

Hundreds of Montserrado children had benefited from the gesture before Madam Woods’ and her team could depart for Bong County to continue their humanitarian and evangelistic mission in central Liberia.

Source: New republic liberia

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