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We, the Board and Administration of the Liberian Association of Worcester County (LAOWC), bring you greetings in the name of the Almighty.

We acknowledge the foundations and footsteps the founders and all astute leaders have set forth upon which we stand firmly as we are indeed greatly honored and privileged to serve you and the community at large. We believe it was never a mistake, but by the Power of God. Due to the constant prayers of our spiritual leaders, you’ve never turn your back on Worcester whether it’s bereavement collection, programs support and community initiatives evidence for which we are now a 501c3 registered organization.

Thanks for keeping the vision, goals and objectives of this community alive through your support, time, commitment, finance and prayer since you became a resident of Worcester County irrespective of the challenges you face in meeting your personal and/ or family obligations.

Over the past two decades, we’ve crossed numerous of challenges together. Today, attaining our own Community Center as a community is a cross road we are about to cross again together. After listening to the community’s shared concern on the issue proactively, we are now a 501c3 registered organization, met with banks and have looked at some properties which will be shared with you.

It is against this background that we kindly appeal to you for a  donation of $100.00 as a community member which will help us to buy the hall. The official fundraiser for our Community Center Project is slated for Saturday, February 18, 2017 from 7pm to 2am at 91 Stafford Street under the theme: ”Operation Get The Hall: Unity and Love Strengthen Community Building”

It is with great pleasure that we write to ask for your financial support for the purpose of purchasing a community center which has always been our long time’s dream project.

If you have any question, please feel free to contact us via email at laowcsecretariat@gmail.com, or telephone at 774-242-6291, 508-615-1656, 774-329-7365.

Thanks for your understanding.


Festina Julue

President, LAOWC

Our Mission

Our mission is to disseminate information about the state of our community, promote unity among all tribal groups in the diaspora and to assist members in upholding the values depicted by our national anthem.