IFRI- Mart Liberia Puts Smiles On the Faces of COVID-19 Community Check Points Volunteers in Montserrado Count

A Non Political establishment, IFRI-Mart Liberia on Sunday May 10, 2020 donated food and non-food items to five community check point volunteers in Montserrado County.

The gesture first of its kind for four of the five beneficiaries was according to its Marketing Manager in Liberia Ethelene Konton their way of motivating the young volunteers during this ongoing crisis period.

“We have observed your selfless services over the period mainly in your respective communities and have seen the need to say thank you for the great job”, thus far, she noted.

Mrs. Konton told the volunteers that her boss Tashie George recognizes the role played by the young people in the fight against the COVID-19 crisis in Liberia and is proud of them.

Speaking during the donation exercise on Sunday Mrs. Konton encouraged the young guys to keep up their good work for the benefit of the nation and its people.

According to her the government of Liberia cannot do it alone mainly in such a crisis period as such it is paramount that her institution help in closing the gap for the betterment of the society.

In a smiling and happy mood, the five beneficiaries heads lauded the effort of IFRI-Mart Liberia for identifying with them in a timely manner.

The leaders of the five communities promised to use the items for the intended purpose especially to their energetic members.

According to them, they feel passionate to render voluntary services to their own people.

“We are happy for your gesture, let God bless the company”, they added.

Meanwhile among the items donated are: Rice, Sardines, African Face Masks, Tie-Soap and a little purse to the five communities.

The 12th Street- COVID-19 Task force, the National Youth for Progress and Development on Symthe Road-Old Road, Chugbor COVID-19 task force, Gaye Town task force and the Sophie/Catholic Community tasks force respectively all benefited from the Business institution’s initiative.

The International Business establishment (IFRI-MART) with headquarters in Minnesota, the United States of America was established in 2015 to among other things make business transaction easier, affordable and convenient through a professional delivery services of quality products mainly food and non-food items within a short period of time from the United States of America to Liberia and across the globe at large.

According to its Chief Executive Officer, Tashie George, giving back to her own people as well as providing employment for young Liberians and the vulnerable population is part of their core values.

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