Lonestar Cell MTN is today, Monday, June 1 launching its corporate volunteerism initiative dubbed, ‘21 days of Y’ello Care’ with the theme, “Investing in education for all” in Montserrado and Margibi Counties.
A press release issued by Lonestar Cell MTN says the campaign is an annual platform launched in June 2007 by the MTN Group for employees in all 21 African Countries where it operates, to volunteer their resources, time and skills to help others and the community they reside and work in.
The release says programs befitting the official launch will be held at the John P. Mitchell High School in Marshall, Margibi County along the Robertsfield Highway.
Following the launch, employees of Lonestar Cell MTN will visit five schools in a bid to provide care in various ways for 21 days-cleaning campuses, teaching, mentoring and providing equipment and school supplies.
Schools that are to benefit from this year’s program are the John P. Mitchell High School located at Marshall Junction, Robertsfield Highway, Marvii Sonii Elementary and Junior High School in Clara Town and Rebecca I. Wilson Elementary School located in Old Road, Sinkor.
Others are Anna F. Whisnant Elementary School in the PHP Community and the Slipway Elementary School in Slipway Community. The schools were selected following rigorous assessment by a team of volunteers.
Lonesatr Cell MTN is the leading GSM Communication Company in Liberia that has been operating since June 2001. It is a subsidiary of MRN South Africa, a leader in international telecommunication which operates in 21 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Press Release