In 2014, a group of homeschool families in Provo, Utah banded together and made crafts which they sold door to door and at local farmers markets. Mothers worked together with their children to create and sell. These families raised enough money to send 6 young Liberian children to Calvary Revival school for a full year under the watchful care of their friend, Pastor Moses Wonta.
That next year, the Ebola epidemic broke out in Liberia, and the Liberian economy was on the verge of collapse. People were suffering from lack of food and resources. The same group of mothers raised funds for Pastor Moses to buy rice to distribute to his community.