The Checago Bright Foundation (CBF), Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt non-profit organization committed to empowering the underprivileged and underserved through capacity building and community development programs in Liberia, West Africa. The country is emerging from 14 years of civil conflict which decimated essential socio-economic infrastructures such as electric generation, water treatment, sewerage and garbage collection, road networks, education system, and medical facilities, among others. The absence of these systems threatens the survival and well-being of Liberians.
This is where the CBF programs and its services come in handy: providing safe drinking water and sanitation services to improve the health and well-being of poor families; improving the quality of primary education by providing training opportunities for teachers as well as curriculum and pedagogical support, and advocacy to enhance better livelihood of the people of Liberia.
Thanks to all of our donors who give to support our cause.  A special thank you to the following donors for their most recent contributions.
Checago Bright Foundation, Inc.
3926 Blackburn Lane # 24
Burtonsville, MD 20866
Tel: 240.423.8428

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The Checago Bright Foundation (CBF), Inc. directs resources and knowledge through strategic networks, partnerships and best practices to demonstrate new possibilities for Liberia to address the dire needs for basic life necessities to focus on issues of clean and safe drinking water, adequate sanitation (toilet facilities), educational initiatives, and advocacy.

Mission

To enhance and implement community-based sustainable healthcare, clean and safe drinking water systems, adequate sanitation, educational programs, and advocacy to improve the living condition and empower communities.

Guarding Principles: The Checago Bright Foundation, Inc. has vowed to remain committed to the development and empowerment of the Liberian people as its primary priority and foster mutual respect by promoting activities that uphold basic human rights amongst volunteers, employees, and beneficiaries. The Foundation shall impartially provide equal opportunities and services to the diverse war-affected Liberian population by promoting moral and social equity regardless of socio-economic status, gender, creed, ethnicity, while implementing our program.

Vision

To mobilize and administer financial and material resources to provide clean and safe drinking water supplies, adequate sanitation; promote education and good health aimed at reducing infectious diseases, infant mortality rates at 100%, and facilitate enrollment and successful completion of primary and secondary schools at 85% rate by 2020.
Goal 1
To create awareness and disseminate information about the plight of Liberians to Liberians in the Diaspora, friends of Liberia, philanthropic organizations and individuals around the world.

Goal 2
Organize fundraising activities, apply for grants, and establish partnerships to mobilize material and financial resources to address the lack of basic life necessities in Liberia.
The values of the Foundation will enable every volunteer and employee to act in ways that supports the mission of the organization. Living these values will also help us grow to become the lighthouse through which the development and empowerment of our people and communities are promoted and sustained.

                                                    
Core Values

Respect

Fostering mutual respect and promoting activities that uphold basic human rights and principles of all human-kind among our volunteers, employees and beneficiaries.

Impartiality

Impartially providing equal opportunities and services to our diverse population to include the children and teenage population regardless of gender, ethnicity, and religious affiliation.

Commitment

Committed to the development of the welfare and the empowerment of the underprivileged communities as our first priority and directing all resources and actions to upholding and honoring this commitment.

Equity
Promoting moral and social equity among community groups regardless of their socio-economic status, gender, ethnicity, or religion.