Music for Liberia Summer Auction

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Proceeds from Music for Liberia's Summer Auction will support the Mother Blessing's Home's college graduates  as they set up their own small businesses in Mount Barclay, Liberia.  By supporting the Home's resettlement program, you can help these inspiring young people invest in themselves and their community.

About Mother Blessing's Home: Mother Blessing's Home, in Mount Barclay, Liberia, was founded in 1996 and currently houses and educates about 80 children and young adults. They receive little government funding, and the recent Ebola outbreak severely stretched their already small budget. 

About Music for Liberia:  Music for Liberia raises money for children and education in Liberia through music-based fundraising. Our donations have enabled our charity partners and beneficiaries to fund crucial work in Liberia, including providing scholarships, supporting rural schools, and awarding relief grants during the Covid-19 pandemic.


 
 
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Lot 1
£ 250
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Hand-crafted Gourd Banjo
Lot 3
£ 100
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Paintings by Liberian Artist A. Kollie
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