AFRICAN GOSPEL ACAPPELLA
Phone: (360) 773-6995
3400 NE 66th Avenue Apt. A-12
VANCOUVER WA 98661
PLEASE CALL MORRIS KERMON, CHAPLAIN AND SECRETARY, AFRICAN GOSPEL MINISTRY
Our disabled brothers and sisters in Liberia are suffering greatly from the Ebola Virus outbreak.
Many are sick and dying from this deadly disease. Those who are not sick are effected as well.
They are in dire need of food and don't have the money to get the food - and food is very scarce and expensive.
We are getting many calls from our families and friends begging for our help. We are reaching out to our
church communities who have graciously supported this ministry - asking for your help.
We would love to come to your church and offer our gift of singing during your church services and
fellowship and worship with you. We would like to ask for a free-will love offering specifically targeted
to send to Liberia to help them buy food. WE WILL NOT CHARGE ANY TRAVELING FEES.
If you would like to donate directly to this website, please click on the donation link in the upper left
corner of this page. Your donation goes safely through Pay Pal. Since we are a tax exempt
organization, we will mail you a receipt upon request so you can deduct this donation from your taxes.
IRS requires verification for any donation over $250.00.
If you are able to help us with this cause, please contact Morris Kermon, Chaplain and Secretary for the
African Gospel Acappella Ministry - 360-773-6995.
Thank you in advance for any support you can offer to help us answer the cries for help from our disabled
brothers and sisters.
Please contact Morris Kermon, Chaplain and Secretary,
African Gospel Acappella Ministry if you would like to schedule a fund-raising concert for this worthy cause. (360-773-6995) - or click on the donate button above to give to this cause through PayPal.
Please also pray for us as we embark on helping orphaned children in Liberia who have been left victims due to the Ebola Crisis. Over 2000 children have lost their parents in this crisis, and the government is struggling to cope with caring for them.
Churches have already answered our plea for help feeding some of our disabled brothers and sisters in Liberia. Please help us reach out to these orphaned children as well. God Bless you and thank you for any support you feel God has placed on your heart to offer these people.