The New Dispensation joins the family of seven-year old Elijah Anderson to launch an international appeal to hospitals, medical institutions, humanitarians, organizations, businesses, philanthropists and people of goodwill to help little Elijah Anderson get medical operation to restructure his face which got so disfigured as a result of burn sustained from a generator used to electrify their home.
Little Elijah, a very bright kid got burn in Liberia on July 14, 2012 while on vacation with his grandparents. Little Elijah told his grandparents he wanted to watch movie but there was no gasoline in the generator. His grandfather took him along to buy gasoline from the gas station.
After they returned, little Elijah grandfather got the generator and put on the movie and to bed.
Little Elijah not knowing, carried a lit candle to see the condition of the generator, it burst into flames as soon he got to the generator. Liberia is recovering 14 year civil war and electricity has not yet return to the country so people have to use portable generators to lit up their homes.
Little Elijah Anderson’s mother is a single mother and his grandparents too do not have the financial means to bill the cost for the operation of their child’s face restructuring.
Please help this Liberian kid get the operation to restructure his face.
To help, please contact:
Dinnah Cheapoo/Mother: 231-886-604-383
Vickie Wilson: 231-886-781-257