Hope in God Association of the Blind, which is located at Bardnersville Road in Gardnersville, Montserrado County, has over 60 persons, including women and children.
At the donation on Monday, October 11, 2021, the Executive Director of the Foundation, Ishmael Koffeh, said the foundation aims to be a blessing to people in need across Liberia, especially those who have lost their hope.
Mr. Koffeh said he was pleased for the selection of the Hope in God Association of the Blind to benefit from the foundation’s gesture and will continue to build the network and partnership with the association.
“We have come to identify with you and to also inform you that you people continue to be on our minds. We have come with just 10 bags of rice and we are convinced that more will be added in time to come,” Mr. Koffeh said.
He said reaching out to individuals and organizations across Liberia remains cardinal to Mr. Fallah’s plans for Liberia and Liberians.
“We have many organizations that we intend to impact or identify with and we are grateful to our CEO for the continued support and the impact the foundation is making across Liberia,” he stated.
Mr. Koffeh indicated that the foundation has identified with several organizations across Liberia, including Grace Commission High School, Liberia National Police Depot six at in Gradnersville, Borbor Island School among others.
The Thomas O. Fallah Humanitarian Foundation was founded during the heat of the Covid-19 in Liberia and continues to impact the lives of citizens.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Foundation, Thomas O. Fallah is a Liberian based in the United States. Based on his strong desire to contribute to society, Mr. Fallah founded the foundation and has impacted many lives and organizations.
Receiving the donation, the president of the Hope in God Association of the Blind, Johnson K. Dorbor, expressed gratitude to the foundation and CEO Fallah.
“We are very grateful for coming and putting smiles on our faces. These are things that we continued to pray for and we pray that God will bless the foundation and the CEO to do more. We are always here praying for you people that think about us,” Mr. Dorbor said.