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SENORA’s Foundation identifies with disadvantaged Liberians

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A local non-governmental organization, SENORA’s FOUNDATION has provided food and non-food items to several disadvantaged Liberians in Monrovia, valued at over US$10,000.
The donation was in commemoration of the organization’s “Feed the Hungry” program recently launched in Gardnersville, along Somalia Drive.

CEO Best Garlo, currently based in the United States of America, says she’s also working on a US$25,000 food assistance package to help ordinary Liberians who are needy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The primary mission of SENORA’s FOUNDATION, according to her, is to cater to the less privileged, provide opportunities for disadvantaged girls and wayward youths to be educated, promote health and hygiene, as well as eradicate hunger, poverty and disease.
“Over the years, the SENORA’S FOUNDATION has assisted children, families and communities throughout Liberia and recently launched its ‘Feed The Hungry’ recovery program, which was held in Gardnersville, Liberia”, she adds.

Beneficiaries of the donation were happy and thanked the founder and all who contributed in making the supply available. They called on other Liberians living in the U.S. and the diaspora to follow the example of MsGarlo.

“We are happy and want to say thank you for thinking about us during these trying times; we might not have it to reward you for such assistance but we know you will receive your rewards in heavens”, they expressed.

The FOUNDATION was established 2010, in honor of the late mother Senora GarloWelleh, mother of Best Garlo, Founder & CEO. Mother Senora WellehGarlo was murdered during the Liberian Civil War which began in 19890. The Senora Foundation seeks to advance Mother Senora’s long-held vision of empowering young men and women into useful, productive and successful citizens. Ms. Garlo, a young and enterprising Liberian business entrepreneur, resides in the U.S. State of Pennsylvania. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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