April 25, 2015
P.O. BOX 300133; Arlington, TX.76007
March 17, 2015
During this National Minority Health Month of April, the Liberian Community Association of DFW Metroplex will be hosting a program in honor of Ebola Survivors and to bring awareness to the stigmatization many survivors are facing from their families, friends and places of employment in wake of the Ebola virus that killed almost 10 thousand people in West Africa and left more than 2000 children orphans. We strongly feel that if we do not speak up on this issue now, it will have a far reaching impact and profound social and economic problems for those who survived the Ebola virus. We must speak up now to put a stop to this victimization before we create another class of citizens that is shunned by society.
In wake of this, we are inviting you to be a part of this unique program to be held at Arlington Christian Bible Fellowship, 1501 S. Center St., Arlington at 4:00 pm on Saturday April 25th, 2015. There will also be a fundraiser to help the survivors in Liberia. Our fundraising target for the event is twenty thousand dollars. We appreciate any contribution toward this goal.
Thanks and we look forward to your support. If you are unable to attend, you can mail your donation in the envelope enclosed.
THEME: LOVING GOD & SERVING OTHERS: "THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT IS LOVE, JOY, PEACE, FORBEARANCE, KINDNESS, GOODNESS, FAITHFULNESS.” GALATIANS 5:22
Dr. Kent Brantly, a survivor of Ebola and his wife, will be our special Guest Speakers.
Stanley A. Gaye, President, LCA-DFW