Who We Are

HVK Children’s Foundation is set up to address public health and education determinant factors through a lens of social justice that fosters equity, healing, and empowerment. We seek to improve the total well-being of Liberians with a special focus on reaching marginalized populations such as women, children, and families. Together, we can build an economically empowered and sustainable Liberia.

Who We Are

Our Mission

Hawah V. Kamara Children’s Foundation was established as a community-based social enterprise organization whose purpose is to improve the lives of underprivileged populations in West Africa, Liberia. HVK Children’s Foundation organization was registered in Massachusetts on October 24th, 2016, and has a 501 (c) (3) status through a fiscal sponsorship with the Global Sustainable Aid Project.

HVK Children’s Foundation is dedicated to the principles of public health and sustainable human development as our guiding pillars. We strongly believe that social determinants factors such as where

people live, their education status, income, housing, their age and gender, the built environment, and what services are available to them impacts their overall economic, mental and physical well-being.

Thus, we have committed ourselves to work in the fields of education, public health, and social work providing evidence-based services to low-income communities, children and their families in areas we serve. With the goal of partnering with communities, we also aim to form a deeper connection by constructing community centers or satellite sites to run essential programs.

Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.

1 Peter 4:10

Our Vision

We are ambassadors of Christ; we are his hands and his feet on earth. We pray that anyone that encounters our work will be truly blessed; treated with love, generosity, kindness, compassion, and hospitality.

We also acknowledge the centrality of religion, community, and family, as it is

interwoven into the fabrics of the Liberian culture. We, therefore, hope to bolster these important aspects by embodying respect, helping families to build happy homes, and with a willing heart, to protect the rights and dignity among those whom God has called us to serve.