Capacity building and strengthening to ensure sustainability to further promote self-sufficiency of the community recovering from the Ebola crisis through education and empowering women.




A more highly educated, healthier, and economically stable Liberian and West African populace after the 2014–2016 Ebola virus disease epidemic.


Assist the nation of Liberia and other parts of West Africa in recovering after the Ebola virus disease epidemic and foster sustainability by empowering survivors, those who have suffered the loss of a loved one or caregiver, and women through grants and scholarships for education, health advancement, and business development.


Provide scholarships and other assistance to Ebola victims in Liberia and other parts of West Africa (Mary L. Talboy Memorial Grant)

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Provide grants for improving the health and psychosocial well-being of Liberians and West Africans (Glenn E. Talboy, MD, Memorial Grant)

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Empowerment of Women

Provide grants to women who have lost a spouse and to other qualified women for the start-up of a small business (Harold L. Shaw Memorial Business Empowerment Grant) and provide educational grants to women and children of single mothers (Mary L. Talboy Memorial Grant)



Assisting Orphans and Children with Disabilities


Provide grants to orphans and children with disabilities, orphanages (particularly those affected by the Ebola epidemic) and organizations designed to work with orphanages, orphans, and children with disabilities (John H. “Casey” Koenig Memorial Grant).

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