CLWG’s Sue Yancy Williams, (foreground) getting ready to distribute supplies to Liberian children and their parents in Owensgrove, Grand Bassa County, Liberia in 2011.
In December 2011, the President of the group, Mrs. Sue Williams went to Liberia with a consignment of clothing, notebooks, pencils and toys to be distributed among needy children of the District of Owensgrove, Grand Bassa County.
Working with local coordinators Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lewis during Mrs. Williams’ initial visit to Owensgrove, a date for the picnic was set and our hosts were asked to prepare a menu for the cookout and to spread the word by mouth to the community.
Then on January 28, 2012, Mrs. Williams and her delegation of four departed Monrovia for Owensgrove, Grand Bassa County. The group had a successful party attended by nearly 200 children. There was enough food for everyone to eat; including the parents, and each child received a gift. On behalf of all the children, we say thank you again to our supporters.
In 2008 and 2009, the organization working with coordinator Mrs. Emily Walker and others held a party and distributed toys and clothing in Garnerville, Montserrado County.
However, the Concerned Liberian Women of Georgia Inc (CLWG) – a nonprofit organization has decided to focus on specific areas as a priority by adopting two communities in Liberia for its pilot projects: one in Owensgrove, Grand Bassa County and the other in Togar Town, Margibi County from which CLWG will sponsor selected needy students.
We can only succeed in this endeavor by the generous contributions of school materials, used children clothes, toys or cash from the Liberian community and everyone else who loves kids. This is why we hope we can count on your continued support for this worthy cause. The Concerned Liberian Women of Georgia Inc. wants to thank all our supporters.
Remember no gift is too small to make a difference.
Contact information: Mrs. Sue Yancy Williams, 3191 Harland Dr. Smyrna, Georgia 30080. Tel. # 770-435-4829, or firstname.lastname@example.org.