On Thursday, April 20th, 2023, the Kellie Foundation continued their flagship program, Operation Feed 10,000 deprived and underprivileged households, at Cotton-Tree in the center of Freetown.

The CEOs of Kellie FC, Elijah Kellie, and Moses Kellie announced that they have developed a system that provides basic food items such as rice, oil, maggie, tomatoes, salt, water, onions, and more.

The foundation’s programs are designed to enhance life skills, confidence, self-esteem through mentoring, and uplift disadvantaged and underprivileged youths’ lives by offering them food, clothing, shelter, and educational programs.

During the distribution, the foundation also launched another flagship program, STOP THE YOUTH VIOLENCE.

The CEOs stated that the Kellie Foundation’s mission is to empower communities to end youth violence, and for that to happen, communities must work together and learn from each other.

Their goal is to educate, equip, engage, and enable communities to address the issue of youth violence in Sierra Leone.

They emphasized that this is a national campaign and everyone can play a part in stopping youth violence.

They urge well minded sierra leoneans to Join the Kellie Foundation in finding a permanent solution to the issues affecting young people.

“Let’s save and transform lives by inspiring young people to create change” they states