‘Keeping Dream Alive’ Identifies with Ailing Liberian Child
In respond to an SOS call by the family of little Papay Kollie who have been struggling with swollen stomach, the humanitarian group, ‘Keeping Dream Alive’ has donated Seven Hundred United States Dollars as contribution toward his medication.
The organization based in Kakata, Margibi County, made the presentation at the ELWA Hospital where Kollie is seeking treatment.
In addition to the cash, the delegate, led by the organization’s head, James Kemokai also several materials including food and clothes among others.
Meanwhile, receiving the cash on behalf of the Kollie family, the caretaker of little Papay Kollie, Paul Kerkulah, lauded the organization and promised that the money and other items will be used for the intended purpose.
It can be recalled that in March this year, an SOS message was sent via social media seeking financial help for little Papay Kollie of Flehla, Bong County to seek medical treatment at the ELWA Hospital in Paynesville.
Meanwhile, the family is still in need of support towards the treatment of little Papee Kollie, and can be contacted through his guardian Paul Kermee Kerkula on +231886994833.