Global Projects helps the Trumpet Early Foundation School in Liberia cover school fees for 30 students.
Online PR News – 13-August-2012 – Detroit, MI – Global Projects for Hope, Help and Healing brought the sentiment of "no child left behind" to Ganta City, Liberia Africa when the mission Team met Pastor Arthur Gboe Weyhee at Trumpet Early Foundation School with a donation to cover fees of 30 students. Students who would have been unable to complete their school year 2011-2012. Under the leadership of Dr. Sabrina D. Black of Detroit, Global Projects along with its board chair, Dr. Georgia Hill and board secretary, Dr. Lisa Fuller set in motion a good will effort to impact the lives of these students by pumping new funds into the school. In return for this generous gift, Pastor Weyhee made his first trip to the USA and Detroit to bring gifts of thanksgiving but to gain some better understanding of leading and managing his church and the 96 churches he has planted in Liberia Africa and how to take his school to the next level of excellence.
Arriving in Maryland, then Grand Rapids, Detroit, Minnesota and Philadelphia, Pastor Weyhee is garnering all he can learn to help the war torn country of Liberia and its devastated school system to recover and thrive into the 21st century.
Global Projects is honored to be partners with Pastor Weyhee and the Trumpet Early Foundation School. Since the civil war in Liberia a great educational gap has been created and many students lost out to access to basic education and this also includes the teachers. Global Projects and Trumpet Early Foundation School are aligning connections, resources to help fill the gap with knowledge, technology, supplies, sponsorship and finances. For over 12 years Global Projects a non-profit is committed to help "touch and transform lives of the under-served and under-represented" around the globe. We have done mission on 5 of the 7 continents.
If you'd like to support a student in Liberia for only $100 for 2012-2013 school year contact Global Projects at 313-205-7300. All gifts are tax-deductable.