Crowdfunding Genius Needed for Liberian Non-Profit Organization
Do you love crowdfunding? We will be starting our first ever crowdfunding campaign next month. We need someone who can take this campaign and really run with it. We want someone who has past ccrowdfunding experience and has a proven track record of success. Bring us your best ideas so that we can work together to create a professional looking crowdfunding campaign that will appeal to the masses.
Our cause is helping Liberians. We have several programs that deal with education, maternal health and other issues. We want to crowdfund to help to fund our programs and with your help we can achieve our objectives. We are looking for volunteers that really can commit to their tasks and will put the welfare of Liberians first in everything that they do on this project.
P O Box 241, Carlisle, PA 17013, US
Our mission is to empower young people through meaningful service learning opportunities in education, healthcare, and technology. We do this through strategic partnerships and learning models to utilize existing youth habits and uphold societal values in the communities we work.
Conviction created YesLiberia. Daily the needs of underprivileged are ignored. We ignore their struggles because it’s easier to deal with the more important things in our lives-- like climbing the corporate ladder and saving money so we don’t become indigent. And some of us ignore their challenges because they bring back unpleasant memories we seek to repress. But disregarding the plight of the underprivileged yields no resolution. Then certain things happen to remind us their struggles exist no matter how hard we try to pretend our needs surpass theirs.
Jallah was convicted by several of those things over a short period of time. The prostitution of children in Thailand reminded him of Liberia. The rape and war in Congo reminded him of Liberia. The genocide in Rwanda reminded him of Liberia. He remembered his underprivileged past--a past where he was seen as less than elite based on his tribal and economic status and where his education came as a gift from the United Methodist Church.
Reminded, he became convicted to act and YesLiberia was founded to educate and help underprivileged Liberians whose plight he intimately understood.
YesLiberia is a 501c3 charity organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service since July 2009. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. YesLiberia is also registered at four government agencies in Liberia.