With great joy and appreciation, we – on behalf of the children, staff, and parents of Help Liberia Foundation Community School – would like to inform all of you who helped us with last year’s fundraising that the rent for the school has been paid. It was paid on January 2, 2018.
From a total of US$1,575 raised, we paid US$1,500, which represents a two-year-six-month rent for the school at US$50 per month. The lease agreement was signed on January 2, 2018 and it took effect on the same day and will expire on July 1, 2020.
Because of the humanitarian assistance you rendered doing the fundraising, the children and the school will now be in the building for another two years and six months. We are profoundly appreciative of your continuous help to the school and the kids. It would be difficult for us without you. Thank you very much.
Please find attached the lease agreement.
I am an editor for a U.S-based website, called CultureGrams, that features reports on the society, daily life, and culture of the world’s countries.
I am looking for a Liberian native or long-time resident to review our two Liberia reports (one written for primary-school students and the other for secondary students) by commenting on their accuracy and providing any information that is missing. Reviewers receive a one-time payment of US$400.
As we require our reviewers to have lived at least 2.5 of the last 4 years in-country. The only other hard requirement besides residency is fluency in English. Beyond that, we prefer those who have experience with more than one region of the country and with people of different socioeconomic levels.
Interested applicants should email me a brief of how they meet the above qualifications. More information on CultureGrams is available at http://www.proquest.com/products-services/culturegrams.html.
Thanks so much,