The Liberia Crusaders for Peace has joined other philanthropic organizations in the country to share Christmas gifts with disable groups, medical center and children in Monrovia and its environs.
The Peace Crusaders recognized for promoting programs related to health, land conflict prevention and resolution, and championing the campaign for the restoration of peace and peaceful co-existence through dramas and cultural performances, on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2012 and Christmas Day December 25, 2012 distributed an assortment of food items and gifts.
The assorted food items were donated to the Group of 77 disable center on Newport Street and the John F. Kennedy medical Hospital as a means of putting smiles on the faces of inmates and patients at the two institutions.
The humanitarian gesture by the Crusaders for Peace was climaxed on Christmas Day with the hosting of a day-long party for children at the headquarters of the organization on Capitol Bye-pass. During the celebration food, toys and petty cash were presented to the kids, while cash rewards was presented to the first and second place winners of the dancing contest by the head of the organization, Madam Juli Endee.
Speaking to reporters during the children's party, Madam Endee said the occasion was her own initiative manifesting the manner and form by which she wanted to celebrate this year's Christmas.
She said prior to the hosting of the Children's party, she shared gifts with friends and fans in communities including Gardnersville, Duport Road, New Georgia and Bardnersville. Madam Endee noted that it has always been her passion to give to others.