In the wake of the current economic hardship facing the nation and its people some non-political and or religious groupings in the Country are buttressing government efforts to help put smile on the faces of some less fortunate including marginalized people in society.
Well as testimony of their contribution to society, the New Water In the Desert Apostolic Pentecostal Church in Brewerville over the weekend continued its Weekly feeding program to Beneficiaries in the community including old folks, pregnant and lactating mothers, amongst others.
The religious group during the presentation ceremony said their initiative among other things is geared towards helping the most needed community.
According to the head of the NWIDA Bishop Kortu Brown Caring-for-the-least in whatever small way is the urgency of the hour, he noted.
The happy beneficiaries received Rice as the start of the Church’s ongoing initiative to them.
They thanked the NWIDA family for what they described as a timely and meaningful gesture to them and called on others to do same.
The gesture Bishop Brown noted will continue over the period and he also used the occasion to also encouraged other Liberians to see the need to help Liberians especially the vulnerable sector of the society.
The initiative the man of God noted is targeting about five hundred people over the period as assorted items will be provided to them.
Meanwhile Over the weekend some of the beneficiaries walked away with rice as over a total of ten bags of rice were presented after the entire exercise.