A non-profitable organization, Kids Education Empowerment Project (KEEP) has received huge educational donation from an American based charity organization Libraries for Liberia (LFL).
According to the Executive Director of KEEP, Brenda Brewer Moore, after several months of discussions, KEEP got a donation of over 100 boxes of assorted reading books by Libraries for Liberia (LFL). She added that Libraries for Liberia are a charity organization based in the USA which shares the same goal to that of KEEP; to promote education & reading culture among students. The donation was made on Friday August 18, 2017 at the headquarters of the Girls Guides Association of Liberia, focal partner of LFL in Liberia in Monrovia. Madam Moore said that the donated books were reading books for elementary students as well as novels, workbooks, and fantasy books geared towards early learners. Making remarks at the donation, the Founder /Executive Director of LFL, Mr. Zulu Cooper noted that the donation is the essence behind the work his organization is passionate about; to ensure that schools across the country are equipped with books to help educate the children in order to see a more literate society. Madam Zulu added that organizations like KEEP help make that possible and he is pleased to donate and support the work they are doing in the country. Shortly after receiving the items, KEEP Executive Director Brenda Moore commended the donor for the support and promised that the books would be distributed to the schools as promised. She stressed that her organizations is looking forward to support LFL to distribute the books into other schools and communities should they need help. She revealed that KEEP intends to open four more rooms over the next 12 months and the books are needed and greatly appreciated. She said that it is through collaborative efforts like these that Liberians can build Liberia.