An assessment phase of our first hub, the Connie Thrash McGoodwin Vocational Training Hub has been completed and is scheduled to begin a three-year pilot phase the next academic year. We need to secured funding for operations and scholarships. Construction is 97% completed on a half-acre land of our initial campus and furnishings of the facility is underway.
MHA has embarked on an awareness campaign for our land fund drive and soon to continue our capital campaign and building project to ensure all of our hubs are built on our future 10 acres of land campus.
You have a chance to leave a lasting legacy of your family name. Sponsor a project from our plan and have your name engraved on a bench, brick, building, hall, hub, field, garden, center, walkway, playground, guest house, shop, bedroom or name it and we may consider. (Join the list of naming rights at the bottom of page)
Then take a trip and visit our community and enjoy the food and culture of Liberia.
MHA proposed business model features 5 hubs, or centers of activity, training and a community support infrastructure. Together they will form a community enterprise to facilitate a life in a secure setting where residents may train, work and become productive. Each hub is designed to be a revenue-generator to the end of becoming a self-sustaining community.
The Hubs will House MHA Programs and Services:
Connie Thrash McGoodwin Vocational Training Hub
Tailoring, Woodworks, Pastry, Handicraft/Floral Design/Interior Decoration, Farming, Computer & Library Skills, Literacy/Numeracy, Life Skills; other future plans include Custodial Services, Cosmetology, House Keeping, Animal Husbandry, and Office Clerical.
Teacher Training Hub
MHA Administrative Offices, Resource Offices/ Multipurpose, Conference Room, Resource Library, Auditorium, Staff Offices, Educational Clinical Evaluation Center, Educational Resources, Teacher Training Center
Clients Habitat, Parking Facilities/ Seating Areas, Chapel/Campus Gathering Place/Multipurpose, Guest House/ Staff Housing, Health Clinic, Cafeteria, Facility Maintenance Building, Electric Generated Water Tower, Local Well, Generator Facility, Solar Power Panel
Stadium: Gymnasium, Volley Ball Court, Baseball Diamond, Soccer Field, Classrooms, Security Offices, Table Games
Sub-contract opportunities/Shrink Wrapping, Garden House, Hotel Management, Restaurant/Internet Cafe, Tailoring Shop, Soap Making, Gift Shop and Coffee Shop
List of Naming Rights: Al & Nancy Williams Bakery & Coffee Shop, Lilygrass Flowers & Decor-Liberia Gift Shop, Walt & Harriot LaGrone Wood Carving Creations, Love Meyer & Leonard Community Hall, Wynne Wayland & Rose Woodworth Building, Friends of Liberia Goodwill Well, Dr. Arthur & Charlene Richardson Liberty Garden, Banfield Family Foundation Computer Lab and The Anna Coble Mullen and Elaine Pace Mullen Library