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Mam’s Charity Foundation Fetes
Gwee Town Residents In Todee

The Mam’s Charity Foundation celebrated its Christmas with an orphanage in Gwee Town, Todee District with over 100 persons benefitting from the Foundation.
This gesture extended to the district is not the first of its kind provided by the Mam’s Charity Foundation in its quest to identify with less fortunate children and other vulnerable groupings.
Mam’s Charity Foundation was established in September 2021, by a humanitarian and advocate, Mariama Madalene Amara based on her passion to help the deprived and excluded kids and also those physical challenged persons; the under privileged single mother, girls and youths across Liberia.
Mam’s Charity Foundation renders support irrespective of religious, political, cultural and regional background.
The Foundation is geared towards helping the underprivileged and deprived children with emphasizes on single parents as well as the elderly.
The Foundation is aimed at creating a clearer vision for which its future beneficiaries will have a clear purpose for their lives.
The coordinator for the foundation, Mr. Alpha, said coming to Todee Town is not a mistake noting, “This district is a distance but we’re excited that we have reached out here today.”
The Gwee Town orphanage head, Momo morley, was glad that the foundation have identified with them.

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