These are the pictures of the ground breaking ceremony as a cross section of the community leadership start the project by digging on the site of the well location.Continue reading “Well Ground Breaking Ceremony”
IMPORTANT FUNDING UPDATE FROM OUR FOUNDER
The Koinonia Trust continues to work in our local community amidst COVID-19 and the donor support we receive at this time is crucial.
Unfortunately the core funding we had hoped to get in the second half of 2020 from organization’s internally in Liberia has been diverted to support the limited health services and we now have very little resources and funds going in to 2021.
If you could help by donating, organising a fundraiser or supporting us in anyway please contact us.
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Frances Swaray – Founder The Koinonia Trust
Hello to everyone, it is a blessing to be alive with the opportunity to serve God.
Despite the onset of COVID-19 here in Liberia we have been continuing to work with and alongside the community and our programs at the Koinonia Trust are ongoing.
We have started the study classes, sewing class and have started the youth football program, the program consists of 30 boys. We have also started organising our community choristers.
Momo Kinnie – President The Koinonia Trust
A BIG thank you to the Mandala Trust from all the boys in the Koinonia Trust Football Club Team for the new kits and training gear that we have received.
We thank the Mandala Trust for the support of our education projects with the addition of more Books and printing materials.
The construction of additional outside classrooms for the Homework Club. The structure is designed so it can be taken down and re-erected if we ever have to move but gives us more space to accommodate more kids.
Last week saw the distribution of 200 shoe boxes to local children who also heard about the greatest gift Jesus. Thank you to Operation Christmas Child who is part of Samaritans purse. A big thank you to Momo and our team on the ground along with community volunteers who did the distribution.
Some of the kids visiting this morning. Thank you to Erin and Charley Lappin my nieces for sharing their books. Thank you too to Vincent de Paul in Bundoran for the train track toy