Summer Work Project

Every summer, Liberia Mission raises funds to provide students with ongoing vocational education during the break. The students are hired by the mission to carry out a project the school needs done for the new year. This year, we raised money so our students could repaint our school.

Through a generous grant from the Shanahan Foundation and from gifts made by donors through GoFundMe and, we raise the funds required for supplies and student salaries. Thank you to every person who generously gave! We have photos of the project underway and complete below.


As you can see from the image, we used an oil paint on the lower third of the classroom walls to allow for cleaning of that part of the wall. This area is what primarily gets dirty from hands, feet, pen/pencil marks, etc. We also used water paint on the upper part of the wall. We are so grateful to everyone for making this project possible!