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HOPE FOR COMMUNITY DEVEVLOPMENT'S OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED PROJECT FOR LIBERIA 2023

Updated: Jul 7, 2023



You are cordially invited to the official launch of Hope for Community Development's first international project for visually impaired individuals in Liberia, in collaboration with the Christian Association of the Blind (CAB) INC, the Community Company of Kitchener, and the Deaf and Blind Association in Nimba United community District number 1 Montserrado county. The goal is to raise up to 2.7 million dollars to build a new facility for visually impaired children, youth and families. This will include everything required to live a good and healthy life such as a school, clinic, worship Centre, playground, and shelter etc.


SAVE THE DATE: September 2nd, 2023

LOCATION: Family Centre - 65 Hanson Avenue, Kitchener, ON, N2C 2H6


This memorable event will bring together hundreds of community members from Canada and across the world to celebrate , fundraise and appreciate our young leaders, families, staff, volunteers, community partners, donors, and supporters of all kinds. Special guests from Kitchener, across Canada and Liberia will graced the occasion.


You will spend the night socializing with friends new and old and dancing to a live DJ. You’ll also have the opportunity to watch videos and our photo gallery of special moments and achievements over the past year, and learn more about our visually impaired project in Liberia.


This event will be hosted in a unique venue – Family Centre - 65 Hanson Avenue, Kitchener, ON, N2C 2H6

We look forward to having you join us for this life changing experience.









PROJECT OVERVIEW


The Liberian Visually Impaired Facility is a collaborative project led by Canadian not-for-profit Hope for Community Development in partnership with the Christian Association of the Blind, the Community Company of Kitchener, and the Deaf and Blind Association in Nimba United community District number 1 Montserrado county. The facility will be built in multiple phases in Liberia and will include Liberia's first international standard facility for visually impaired individuals, a school, clinic, sports and recreation facilities, and accommodations.


Stay tuned for more information.................






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