MONROVIA: The House of Caring Hands (HOCINC), a US based Liberian humanitarian organization whose mission is believe that every person should be given the opportunity to achieve his/her full functional, social and intellectual potential through appropriate kindness to less fortunate people has donated 15 bags of rice 25 Kgs Two cartoons of powder soap, two cartoon of oil, and several pieces of crutches to the Group of 77 whose members are physically challenged.
Presenting the items to the group at the their office on Newport street, in Center Monrovia, Mr. Mohammed Odu Massalee member of the Board of Directors of HOCIC said their gesture is in line with its decision to identify with institutions and individuals in need across the country
“Considering the Christmas seasons we decided to move around and make a small contribution, with the prayer that God will provide the bigger ones next time” he said
Mr. Massalee said the donation was their organization’s way of reaching out to the needy, adding that HOCIC will continue to identify with all through donations to meet their needs.
Receiving the items, the Program Officer of the group Mr. Isaac P. Denies expressed gratitude to FOT for recognizing the need to identify with the Group of 77 and promise continuously to pray for the organization to do more in the future.
The group was established in 1964 and is made up of more than 130 different nations with the goal to help developing nations promote their economic interests and to foster cooperation among developing economies in the Global South.
The G-77 is guided by a charter that was established and adopted in 1967
HOCIC also went to the Antoinette Tubman Cheshire Home where they also donated 15 bags of rice 25 Kgs, one wheel chair, oil biscuit, a bag of onion and several items worth several thousands of United States dollars. .
The Antoinette Tubman Cheshire Home was named and established in 1985 as a non-profit charitable organization that caters to the needs of less fortunate people especially children experiencing cerebral palsy, and any other with mental and physical disabilities.
It is also a safe home that caters to individuals mostly children with cerebral palsy and other forms of physical and mental disabilities and has called on the public for support in order to take care of the children who they said were abandoned after birth by their parents due to their deformity.