Posts by Zach Brown

FAQ for The Best Version Project

  FAQ Can we send a letter to our child? The answer is yes. However, right now we are only accepting letters through your created account on our sponsorship platform online at orphanaidliberia.reachapp.co. You can learn how to create an account and send your first letter to your child, here. Note: We’re only doing quarterly communication…

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Writing Your Child

Some have been asking about communicating with a sponsored child. This is definitely going to be possible. Our team has been working on the best methods of communication, which we believe is going to function through the exact site you sponsored your child through. So as we continue to get the system ready for communication…

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Fundraise For The Orphans

What Moves You To Act? Over the past 10 years, our mission has remained the same, and that is to serve the orphans of Liberia, West Africa. Fortunately, technology has evolved and with that, so does our reach. Over time we have used everything from Facebook to e-mail to events, but today we’re super excited…

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A Call To Mother Orphans

One woman’s “yes” changes the course of hundreds of orphans in Liberia In 1952 a little girl by the name of Elizabeth Williams was born in Maryland County, Liberia. Elizabeth would grow up in the familiar poverty of Liberian natives. At four years old her Father would die. With no mention of her mother, Elizabeth goes…

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"What Are These Shirts & Where Do I Get One"?

Thankfully we receive these questions often because… a) The LOVE. logo is spreading visual LOVE. to thousands b) It opens up the door to tell someone else about our beautiful children in Liberia, West Africa So, if you have stumbled upon this blog and you really don’t know us, please don’t run away. You have…

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Nothing Left But God

My first trip to Liberia I had the humble pleasure of meeting Alison Natee. Alison is 17, which is a little older than most of the children we serve but Alison’s story is one worth telling. When Ebola came in 2014, it decided to pick a part Alison’s family one by one. First his little…

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