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Our mission is to provide better health conditions and nutrition to enhance spiritual wellness and better life expectancy for the less fortunate in Liberia.

Delivering Good Health Community Services International is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, which offers us a number of benefits...

Medical Supply Project

Based in Washington DC, DGHCS is a 501(c)(3) charity; delivering medical supplies and hope to impoverished areas of Liberia. DGHCS was created to help the disadvantaged and most vulnerable children and their families. Our goal is to provide medical care and fulfilling both their physical and spiritual needs. It warms our hearts and strengthens our commitment to know there are many people like you, willing to provide donations of time and money to bolster this cause.


Thanks for your support & Blessings.

Charity work in Liberia
International Association for Human Value
International Association for Human Value
delivering medical supplies

We are always looking for volunteer to help in the US and Liberia. One hundred percent of your donations go to the people in need, because of these volunteers.

Charity work in Liberia
Charity work in Liberia

Nallie Brumskine-Moore’s Passion To Serve...


Since the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia, the world is more familiar than ever before, with this small West Africa country. However, Nallie Brumskine -Moore knows all too well how dire the health situation in Liberia has been for a very, very, long time.

From Hell & Back:


The Donohue Family Foundation

Many thanks and blessings to the Donohue Family Foundation for sponsoring the current shipment of medical supplies by donating $15,000.

International Association for Human Values

The Executive Director of IAHV, Ms. Filiz Odabas-Geldiay and her associates have agreed to partner with DGHCS and have fully supported the entire shipping effort. 

Medstar Georgetown University Hospital

The Medstar Georgetown University Hospital has been very generous in providing 95% of the current shipment of medical supplies to Liberia.

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