History and Objective of Bolahunworldwide_USA

 

 

Bolahun Worldwide Organization (BWW-USA) was established in 2006 by and for the people who are beneficiaries of the three institutions established by the Holy Cross Missionaries in Bolahun, their siblings and friends. BWW shall operate exclusively as a non-for-profit organization as defined under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States. The organization is headquartered in the United States of America, in the City and State in which the articles of incorporation are established in Euclid Ohio.

 

Membership of the organization shall be opened to all alumni, former students, family, and friends of the Episcopal Church schools in Bolahun, Lofa County, and anyone who subscribes to the ideals and aspirations of the organization and their spouses.

 

Since the establishment of BWW, we have had 5 National Conventions and recruited about 200 members. Our first Interim Chairman was Professor Henri Hali of New Jersey who served in that capacity for about 7 years and served as National President for 4 more years. He retired in 2017 and Asumana K Pelima Sr. was elected as National President for 3 years.

  • The purpose and objectives of BWW shall be to: organize and rally support for the sustenance of the Bolahun Episcopal School System and its affiliated institutions;

 

  • Contribute charitably to the operations of the Bolahun Episcopal School System and its affiliated institutions.

  • Collaborate with anyone or entity that espouses and subscribes to the ideals and aspirations of BWW for the development of the Bolahun Episcopal School System and affiliated institutions;

 

  • Enhance educational, social, economic, Episcopal religious doctrine as well as promote the cultural heritage of Liberia;

 

  • Promote understanding, cohesiveness, goodwill, brotherhood, belonging and socialization among its membership. 

BWW-USA APPEAL LETTER AND CURRENT PROJECTS

FUTURE DESIGN OF ST AGNES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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REPLACING THE ROOF OF ST MARY'S CHURCH

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SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE PROJECT

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