As Part of Its corporate social responsibility to aid the neediest in the society, Nobel Liberia last week provided several cartons of copybooks, pens and several bags of rice to orphanages around Monrovia and its environs through their umbrella organization, Orphans Concern Liberia.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Nobel Liberia, Mr. Jallah Kesselly, this initiative is a beginning of forming partnership with Orphans Concern Liberia aimed at providing food and needed school materials to orphans easing some of the burdens being encountered by most orphanages.
He said this partnership with Orphans Concern Liberia is a clear manifestation that his entity is not only here in Liberia to do business but rather to assist those who are in dare need of help and support like the orphans, whose livelihood have scattered due to the demise of their parents that compelled them to be in orphanage homes.
“This is an attempt to reach out and give back to those who are in need; it is also important we cannot accommodate everyone who came to our doors, however we will do our best for the little we have,” Nobel Liberia CEO speaking during the presentation said.
Making reference of previous donations made to several institutions including the Liberia Marketing Association (LMA) and the Monrovia Football Academy, Mr. Kesselly expressed hope that this new partnership between his institution and Orphans Concern Liberia will go a long way in order to bring relief to hundreds of orphans around the country.
Receiving the donated items, the founder and director of Orphans Concern Liberia, Amos M. Sawboh expressed thanks and appreciation to Nobel Liberia, especially its CEO, Mr. Kesselly for being thoughtful, noting that these gifts provided by Nobel Liberia will go a long way.
Mr. Sawbow speaking further poured praises on the Nobel Liberia family for its support to the people of Liberia, adding, “Nobel has set the stage of given back to the needy, we are overwhelmed for this kind gesture being exhibited here today by Nobel Liberia and hope others will follow their example,” Mr. Sawbow speaking to reporters at the program added.