Madelle T. Brown School

The school, (located in Maryland County, Liberia) was founded by Foreign Missions Director, the Late Reverend Mrs. Madelle T. Brown. She was the sole supporter of this school until her death on May 5, 2008. The Liberian Civil War tore down the building and all the people fled to the Ivory Coast.

Upon returning from exile, they erected a crucial structure where they are now having lessons. The School was named after Mother because she poured her heart and soul into making it a success for the children. The school is twenty (20) years old. Instructors at the school sacrifice and teach for free. They do not receive any pay. There are seven (7) instructional staff and four (4) support staff members.

Support for the school is desparately needed. Your financial support or donations of books and classroom supplies will be a trmendous help.
Note:  Please be mindful that it is extremely expensive to ship items to a foreign country.