Favor Marketing Incorporated, squarely owned and operated by a Liberian, last weekend, donated 200 arm chairs at the cost of L$200,000 to two public schools in Margibi County.
Making the presentation to the Gbenwien public school and Kpaja public school in Brown Town, Margibi County respectively, the Chief Executive Officer or CEO, Ivar K. Jones, said it was the entity’s way of giving back to less privilege people at the end of every year.
Favor Marketing, Inc. is a licensed scratch cards dealer currently operating in 13 counties in Liberia. It gives to orphanage homes, as well as less fortunate citizens, among others, as its contributions to the State and people.
The company’s donation began since 2010 as a result of its huge annual proceeds annually – an action that blesses the entity. According to the company, such venture is devoid of politics, but its own ways of giving back to Liberians.
The selection of the schools was based on an assessment by the entity. Beside their deplorable conditions, they lack chairs. The company assured that that the donation to schools will not be the end, calling on the administrators to call on the entity at any time.
In separate remarks, the beneficiaries expressed gratitude to Favor Marketing, incorporated for the donations, describing such as timely. “We wrote central administration endlessly. Our students bring their own benches to sit on,” the school principals said.-Edited by George Barpeen