Lena Marshall Foundation is delighted to announce that we will be providing food parcels on the 23 and 24 December in Liberia.
LMF can't help everyone however some of our mothers and their children in some local communities around Monrovia will experience a Christmas that they will never forget!
Special thanks to all our donors for making this possible.
I take this opportunity to say thank you to our Foundation Ambassador Madam Sarah Güsten-Marr. We appreciate your ongoing support and dedication to the foundation.
Sarah Güsten-Marr was born in Liberia, West Africa, in 1970. Orphaned as a baby, she was adopted by loving German parents, who were working in the country. She was brought up together with her two older sisters in West Africa, Germany, USA, and Italy. The family educated all three girls to become citizens of the world. Sarah is fluent in three languages and a prodigiously talented artist. Read more about our Ambassador HERE.
Thank you to The Liberian Enterprise Development Finance Company (LEDFC) through their General Manager Mr. Ambrose Houphouet, for the generous donation to our Christmas feeding initiative.
The Liberian Enterprise Development Finance Company (LEDFC) was established in 2007 to provide loans to Liberian- owned Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Read more about their services in Liberia HERE
Mrs Charlesetta Williams
Executive Director, Healthpage Liberia
I recognise Mrs Williams for all her hard work with Thanks and Appreciation.
I've worked with Mrs Williams over the years and I also serve on her board as Healthpage European Co-ordinator.
Healthpage does amazing work. They airlift vulnerable, medically fragile children from Liberia, West Africa to various countries, specifically the United States for treatment and surgeries due to Liberia’s post war medical incapability. Read more HERE.
My Liberian team - THANK YOU
A busy week next week for us as a team.
You continue to impress me and my gratitude goes to you guys.
Webster Blake, Euphemia F Reeves, Hilary B. Davies Jr. and Marjorie Graham.
Please continue to look after each other. Keep your own wellbeing in mind and use the Christmas period for some well-deserved time to rest and recharge.