The Jorg Wolff Foundation JW Foundation, through the New Apostolic Church (NAC) Mission Aid, has donated food and non- food items to needy and poor people living in extremely poor communities and hard to reach areas in the rural parts of the country.
In the distribution team representing the Regional Supervisor, were Mr. Samuel Cole, Charles Nyandemoh, the accountant and Priest Abdulai Kenawah Sannoh of the NAC church in Sierra Leone.
Yearly, the Jorg Wolf Foundation supports numerous development aid projects in West Africa. Under the motto “HUNGRY AND NEEDY” the Foundation finances famine relief and supports the mission work of the New Apostolic Church of South Germany in Ivory Coast, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The beneficiaries range from orphans, street children, underprivileged children, amputees, widows, the blind, deaf and dumb, the aged, cripples to Ebola survivors.
Those who benefited were in Mano – by the sea – Moyamba District, Gbondapi in Pujehun District, the blind and amputee camps / centres in Kenema, Dia, Kissy Teng Chiefdom in Kailahun District, Jaiama Sewafeh in Kono, Bombali School for the Blind, polio victims / handicapped in the camp of POPDA – Polio Persons Development Association in Makeni and Kamassassa in Kambia District respectively.
They expressed their thanks to God almighty for the food aid and asked that let the church and JW Foundation remembers them always because of their deplorable conditions.
In Bombali School for the Blind; the very small blind children’s situation was pitiable. However, Apostle Sanpha Sesay prayed for them and assured them that God will never forget them and that on Jesus’ return the faithful will be raptured to enter God’s kingdom where there would be no blindness.
The donation aimed at relieving the suffering of beneficiaries who live below a dollar a day and those getting their daily bread through begging from street to street.