Liberia’s leading mobile telecommunications giant Lonestar Cell MTN (LCC/MTN), will on June 1, 2017 kick-off its flagship corporate volunteering initiative, ‘21 days of Y’ello Care’ with an official launch at the Monrovia Elementary Demonstration School on Clay Street, Central Monrovia.
The ‘21 Days of Y’ello Care’ Campaign is an annual employee’s volunteerism platform which was inaugurated in June 2007 by the MTN Group for staff in all the 22 African Countries where it operates; to dedicate their resources and time (between 1 and 21 June), towards supporting education initiatives in their local communities.
Under the theme “Investing in Education for All”, Lonestar Cell MTN employees will for 21 days work to make the learning environments of many young people more conducive by improving infrastructure & facilities, promoting digital learning and teaching as well as donating equipment and learning materials.
This year’s edition of the campaign is targeting six (6) different schools in Monrovia including: Loma Quarter Elementary School, A. Glenn Tubman Elementary School, Monrovia Demonstration Elementary School, Matadi Community Elementary School, C. D. B. King Elementary School and the Gaye Town Elementary & Junior High School. The initiative will also cover a school in each County where the company has a Service Center.
Lonestar Cell MTN has managed through its ‘21 Days of Y’ello Care’ program to impact so many schools across the country in various way-setting up computer labs, Library, donating school materials, teaching, and refurbishing schools among others.
Lonestar Cell MTN is the leading GSM Communication Company in Liberia that has been operating since June 2001. It is a Subsidiary of MTN South Africa, a leader in international telecommunication which operates in 22 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Europe. –Press Release