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Charity Group Identifies With District #17 Residents

The Sarnor Charity Foundation, a non-for-profit making group has identified with residents including the needy of Electoral District #17, Montserrado County by putting smile on their faces.
It distributed a consignment of assorted items including used clothing, footwear for men and women, children as well as the elderly. The cost of the materials is estimated at roughly US$5, 000.
The gesture is the Foundation’s way of helping the people during these difficult times when it toured the community recently aimed at putting smiles on the faces of the residents or locals.
Communities which received the gifts during the tour were the Virginia Mango Town, Banjor Camp and Banjor Beach. In Mango Town, the Foundation met people with disabilities like the deaf and dumb, blind or visually impaired, the elderly as well as students.
In an interview with the media during the exercise, Mrs. Vashti Capehart-Blamo, County Director of the Foundation, said among many things that her organization is primarily concerned about the people’s well-being, mainly the less fortunate.
As a result, she stated further that her group is doing all within its reach through the support of partners to reach out to the needy mostly those underprivileged within the Electoral District #17, Montserrado County.
“Our visit is not only about sharing with our brethren but also to better understand their conditions which will enable us put us in best frame of mind in finding solution,” she sounded.
Capehart-Blamo went further that the foundation was founded to cater to the needy including pregnant women and the elderly and it is making immense contribution to the human development in transforming several lives.

In early 2021, she recalled the foundation received a huge consignment of food, clothes and other household items from the United States for onward distribution to the less fortunate.
Capehart-Blamo then paid special tribute to Vaikai Oldman Sarnor, Chief Executive Officer whose dream is being used to transform the lives of those living with disability, disadvantaged youths, less fortunate children, as well as single parents.
Since it came into being April 17, 2017, the Sarnor Charity Foundation has aided scores of residents residing in several communities across Electoral District #17, Montserrado County.
Amongst them are Voice of America (VOA-1), Blamasee, Plunkor, Riverview and God Destiny of Resurrection Church.
Others were Po-River, Moulton Corner, Banjor Beach, Banjor Camp, Virginia, Mango Town’s deaf and dumb, the school of the blind and many more.

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