How We Put Our Mission Into Practice
Partnership with Judith Craigh Children's Village of the United Methodist Church.
This collaboration helps provide food, personal hygiene items, school supplies and clothing for children in desperate situations. We are dedicated to providing educational opportunity to these vulnerable children.
Making Education Accessible To All
Shepherd’s Heartbeat provides digital voice recorders to visually impaired students at the Methodist University in Monrovia.
We partner with the MEATA project at the United Methodist University to provide digital voice recorders for visually impaired students. In the absence of a special needs computer lab, digital voice recorders enable these students to record lectures and later transcribe them at their own pace.
We started this partnership in 2016, and two of the students have since graduated from the university.