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Updated: May 17, 2021

Post-High-School Training

We always look forward to sharing with you what is happening at Palmfield Community Christian School, above. But you also help us sponsor young people who go on to further their education! This issue focuses on three of these ambitious PCCS graduates: Titus, Magretta, and Emmanuel.

Congratulations to Titus! He has completed an 18-month Electrical Engineering course and is now awaiting graduation and an internship. PCHA paid $95 for his tuition.

Magretta and Emmanuel are both in a three-year program to earn their Associate Degrees and become Pharmacy Technicians. Magretta is now in her second year; Emmanuel is just starting. Tuition for the first semester is $200 each, with an additional $50 each to pay for things like registration, information sheets, ID cards, etc. and $50/month for transportation to and from class.

Palmfield Community Christian School, the second school we established in Liberia, began in 2015. Our nearly 500 students will soon start their summer break, and in September, thanks to your wonderful support, school will be back in session! Worldwide challenges have enveloped us this past year, but we think Palmfield can help symbolize the hope we all hold for a brighter future. Continuing, sometimes even month-by-month, is not easy, but with your ongoing support, we move forward. In addition to clicking on the big blue donation button above, you can also choose to support us through Amazon Smile and Benevity. With much gratitude, The Board of Plan for the Children Humanitarian Aid, and the students, families and community of Palmfield Community Christian School.


Updated: May 17, 2021

Celebrating the ARISTOCRATS: A Graduation!

We are thrilled to announce that 52 students graduated from Palmfield Community Christian School this school year! They call themselves the Aristocrats, and we received a letter from them that we want to share with you.

Dear sponsors, We greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ and hope you are in good health. We write to you to extend our thanks and appreciation for your endless efforts and good will toward the education of the children in Liberia and in Johnsonville to be specific. It is not an easy thing to support a group of people but because of the love you have for education and humanitarian work, you share your income with us by providing and making us acquire quality education. We pray, too, that as we go out into society, we won’t forget our roots. May God's divine blessings and favor be showered upon you so that you will continue to do more in providing quality education for our young brothers and sisters. Thanks in abundance, as we anticipate more of you. Sincerely yours, ARISTOCRATS, the graduating class

This has been a challenging time for everyone and it is not over yet. We are so grateful to those of you that have continued to support Palmfield in the midst of this pandemic. What a blessing you are! We are very thankful that our seniors persevered and graduated. You can see the happiness on their faces! Another way you could help us is by sending us the names and email addresses of those you think might be interested in receiving our newsletter ( We all have friends and family! Who knows; it might just spark their interest in hearing more about what we are doing. Keeping our school going so that we can continue to serve the 500+ students is our priority. Not only do the students benefit but it brings encouragement to the community as they rally around their children. Again our humble thanks, PLAN for the Children Humanitarian Aid

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