AFTER SEVERAL YEARS OF PLANNING BWW-USA HAVE BEGAN REBUILDING ST AGNES
At the second annual convention in Silver Spring Maryland which was held in June of 2015, the Bolahunworldwide Membership unanimously elected to rebuild the St. Agnes Elementary School into a Modern Elementary School. The Membership agreed to the rebuilding of the Elementary School as the best starting point in the process of rebuilding the Bolahun Holy Cross Mission three Institutions; The Church; School, and Health Center. In December of 2019, BWW and BAFFA broke grounds for the first building and construction work is proceeding according to schedule.
Bolahun World Wide USA is Collaborating with Bolahun Alumni Family and Friends Association (BAFFA) in executing project.
When completed the school will have:
Classrooms from the Pre-K to 6th Grade
Four Rest Rooms
The Capital Campaign is a voluntary commitment by an individual to donate a pledged amount to be paid during the Project Lice Cycle of 4 Years.BWW is appealing to all Bolahun Mission Stakeholders and Friends to please support this initiative.
BWW Chapter Fundraisers:
We are encouraging BWW chapters develop fundraising strategies that will help support project.
As means of giving special recognition to contributors, BWW will dedicate a special section of the project (buildings, libraries or etc.) an individual, Families, Graduating Class, Special Interest Groups. These individual or groups will have their names engraves on special platter to be erected at the school and will remain there forever as means of showing our appreciation.
Grants are a major source of funding for the St. Agnes project. We will utilizes experts with grant proposal experience to present clear and understandable needs for funds. This includes reaching out to Sister Churches (Episcopal churches in the US and Liberia) and other interdenominational churches and the Holy Cross Missionaries who created this Mission.
STATUS OF BUILDING PROJECT
Church of our Savior Episcopal Church In Florida has offered to renovate the St Mary's Church. Fr. Dee Wellington Bright Sr Priest In Charge will be in Liberia in February to discuss details with the Bolahun Family.