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2nd Donation Drive
2nd Annual Donation Drive, through which we're fundraising to cover the shipping and distribution fees for a container of clothes, school supplies and other initiatives towards improving the lives of vulnerable children in Liberia. Your support is the key to our success, as an organization looking to empower the Liberia youth. Please consider contributing to our campaign this year, which is working to remedy some of the shortage conditions and access needs of children and teenagers in Liberia. The success of We are excited to announce our Anything Is Everything and our initiatives greatly relies on your donations and other contributions.
and help make the second project another major success!
Don't Know what to donate
Here is our checklist items
Books, backpacks, pencils, erasers, pens, pencil sharpeners, notebooks, three-ring binders, highlighters, markers, and pencil pouches
Bandages, band-aids, hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol, antibiotic ointment, latex gloves, and hygiene products such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, and mouthwash
Gifts: toys, chess board, shoes, cleats, soccer balls, sports jerseys, sports equipment, games, clothing/apparel.
AIE with the help of More than Me, Restore—Liberia and Monrovia Football Academy we collected more than a 20ft container worth of donated items such as school supplies, medical supplies, clothes, shoes, and sports equipment. We raised over $11,000 through email marketing and social media campaigns to pay for the shipment of the container as well as other transportation and logistics expenses. The founders of AIE also traveled to Liberia to facilitate the release and distribution of the items to the rightful recipients. While we were there, we also put on a two-day soccer tournament involving six different teams to benefit local communities and explore other organization or groups that could potentially benefit from our second annual campaign.
You can check out the highlights from the tournament as well as all of Anything is Everything's videos and photos from our first visit to Liberia.