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Precious Conlon of Silver Spring, Maryland, strike a pose to celebrate an academic milestone.

In 2012, I took a trip to Liberia to launch Educate Liberia Foundation. Please click on the image above to view some of the photos from my trip to Liberia.

We need your help

For the past 4 years, Educate Liberia Foundation has been quietly working behind the scene in Liberia by providing educational scholarship to the less privileged Liberian children, youths, and adults. We see a need to establish an office in Liberia. We are counting on your generous support to help us achieve our goal. No amount donated is too small.

Our goal is to raise $50,000 by the June 2012. We will gladly accept donations of any amount including your unwanted pennies.

To learn about other ways, you can make a donation, please visit our donations page. Thanks.

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Welcome to Educate Liberia Foundation

Welcome to the official website of Educate Liberia Foundation, a non-profit organization based in the United States but operates in Liberia. ELF is dedicated to promoting education in post war Liberia by providing scholarship to the less fortunate children and youths of Liberia. Educate Liberia Foundation (ELF) views education as one of the many ways to rebuild Liberia after 14 years of civil war. We also believe that education is the basic right of every Liberian child, which has unfortunately become an unaffordable luxury for many.

The Liberian civil war has been classified as one of the most brutal civil wars to have surfaced in the history of West Africa. It erupted on Christmas Eve of 1989 and officially ended in 2003. The Liberian civil war left many debilitating effects. It left the country with 85% of its work force unemployed and an illiteracy rate of 80% and not to mention the thousands of orphans left with little or no support.

The task of rebuilding Liberia is an enormous challenge to every peace loving Liberian and Friends of Liberia. Restoration to a damaged economy and public image, maintaining stability of a volatile political climate filled with war criminals maybe the top priorities for most but the task of educating the children of Liberia for a brighter future is an ultimate challenge to everyone.

Thanks for visiting our site and please continue to visit as we count upon your support.

May God bless you.

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News & Reports

Please continue to visit this section as we strive to keep you informed of our progress.

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About Liberia

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Liberia is the oldest independent nation in Africa. It is located on the west coast of Africa. Founded in the early 1800s, it served as the haven where freed Negro slaves were repatriated by the US government and the American Colonization Society.

In 1989, Liberia experienced a terrible civil war which claimed the lives of over a quarter million people and damaged most of the country's infrastructure. In 2005, the Liberian civil war ended and a new election brought in power the first female head of state in Africa in the person of Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Since her election, there has been gradual progress to restore most the damaged infrastructure but such progress has been marred by rampart corruption by some government officials, high rates of armed robberies, prostitution, illiteracy, and unemployment.

Please click here for more information about Liberia.

The following videos were taken from They are meant to provide the viewer more insights on Liberia's past, present, and the future.

Some of these videos might be disturbing to watch and may not be suitable for children as they may contain very graphical scenes of killings and deaths. Viewers' discretion is strongly advised.

The Ways We Help:

We connect Liberian children to sponsors willing to invest resources in their educational pursuits.
We award educational scholarships to less fortunate children in Liberia through our "One educate One " project
We help to improve the quality of education in Liberia by helping to provide educational aids such as computers, science laboratory equipments, text books, etc

The Ways to Help:

Help to share the Vision:

You can be a part of this vision by joining our "one educate one" project which is designed to provide direct sponsorship to a less fortunate Liberian child.

One Educate One

Please Click here for more information


"A penny a day can educate a Liberian child far away"

Funding for all of our activities is totally reliant on your generous contribution. There are many ways you can help us to realize our goals and objectives. No contribution is considered too small.

Do you have unwanted pennies? Please donate them to Educate Liberia Foundation as your unwanted pennies can help educate a Liberian child.

To find out how you can donate, please visit our Donation Page or contact us via the following:

Educate Liberia Foundation
P.O. Box 24
Sharon Hill, PA 19079

You can also call us at:
(610) 707 1792


Apply for Scholarship

Do you know of anyone who can benefit from a scholarship from Educate Liberia Foundation, please feel free to fill out a scholarship form online or download a scholarship form.

The following criteria must be met in order to apply for a scholarship or to recommend someone for one.

  • You must demonstrate the need for financial assistance

  • Maintain an overall average of C or better

Important Note:

Scholarships are awarded to persons attending from Kindergarten to 12th grade and any accreditted trade school.

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