Hezekiah Brown Faithful Foundation identifies with Needy in Celebrating 173rd Independence

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As part of celebrating Liberia’s 173rd Independence, a newly established organization has started distributing food items to vulnerable people in communities identified under its present scope of operation.

The Hezekiah Brown Faithful Foundation Int. on Saturday July 4, presented food items to some less fortunate persons in Paynesville City, Montserrado County.

The newly established organization was founded by a Liberian lady residing in the USA, Decontee Brown-Gaye and it is involve into charitable projects.

Madam Decontee Brown-Gaye told KMTV that she wants Liberians benefit from programs that will put the country in a trajectory path of progress through education, health, charities among others.

The genesis of the Hezekiah Brown Faithful Foundation Int. is now surfacing by identifying with less fortunate Liberians and the disable community.

This, according to the head of the organization in Liberia, Waddy Kamaboakai portrays the organization’s zest to playing major roles in the lives of others.

The ceremony which brought together about hundred plus older people and less fortunate Liberians is also due to be done at the Headquarters of the Liberia National Blind Association as phase two of the independence gift project.

Speaking to KMTV News, the head of the Hezekiah Brown Faithful Foundation Int. in Liberia said “Liberia deserves to be better and can only be when people are making tremendous effort in buttressing government”, a reference to the founder, Decontee Brwon-Gaye.

Madame Waddy Kamaboakai noted that the institution is standing firm to make its presence known and felt by touching many lives.

The organization though its Head in Liberia believes their gesture in such of devastating circumstances, the need for such initiative is essential.

On behave of the Hezekiah Brown Faithful Foundation Int. and its Founder Decontee Brwon-Gaye, Madam Kamaboikai assured Liberians that their dreams and aspiration will come to fruition for Liberians void of political, ethnic and religious backgrounds.