Two weeks ago I wrote about a family we came across in the Red Hill community. They had lost both parents to the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and were completing the compulsory 21 days quarantine the day we got there.
We were told how supportive the community had been in helping them with food and supplies during this period. We were also told that there were actually 4 families that had lost parents in that community.
I am happy and pleased to report that the story touched the hearts of a few people who reached out.
Thanks to Ne-Suah Livingstone who shared the story on her Facebook page and to Annakor Lawson for reaching out. We were able to get a bag of rice and other supplies to take to them.
We were also able to get in touch with Madam Mary Broh at the GSA through the assistance of some kind ladies from the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Thanks to all for helping to reach out to these families.