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Save the Nation undertakes projects and programs in the nations in which we operate to implement its stated purpose along with its outlined mission and vision. We work independently and with other partners to make our projects a reality and deliver personally to our communities.

Help Kick Ebola Out

Sierra Leone is a small nation on the West Coast of Africa. The people of this country endured a decade of civil war during which hundreds of thousands of lives were lost before it ended in 2002. The country has since been struggling to recover from the ravages of this war. Unfortunately, the people of Sierra Leone are once more in the midst of another kind of war; the Ebola outbreak in West Africa that has spread to various parts of the country. Nearly one thousand people have died from Ebola in Sierra Leone and thousands more are suffering from hunger and starvation due to the effects of this disease. STN has been working with multiple groups and organizations around the country to raise funds that would help alleviate some of the dire problems the people in Sierra Leone are facing.

Our current fundraising campaign includes the collection of medical supplies, raising funds towards the shipment of a 40 foot container that would take much needed products to satisfy the goals we are aiming to achieve in fighting the Ebola outbreak.

Young Hearts for Service

Save the Nation, Inc, hosted  its first annual “Young Hearts for Service Fundraiser” on Sunday February 15, 2015 at the Celebrity Hall 8579 Landover Road, Hyattsville, MD 20785, It was a free event that included a raffle with beautiful prizes that were donated by multiple vendors and a silent auction with attractive weekend getaways, spa packages and many more that were donated by sponsors. It is a fundraising event that is geared towards teaching children between the ages of 3-18 years about the value and importance of service to those in need, and in disease stricken areas.  With the outbreak of Ebola in the Western region of Africa, this year’s fundraiser is geared towards raising funds to help the families of those that have been affected by the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone some of who have been quarantined without enough food, others have lost multiple family members most especially the bread winners.


Sierra Leone-Liberia Ebola Fundraiser

In an effort to eradicate the Ebola virus, the Sierra Leonean's with Save the Nation and Liberians with Change Agent Network have joined hands to partner in conjunction with Hope for Lives, Immaculate Charities, and Save Sierra Leone Foundation. As this infectious virus ravages in an all-time high in Sierra Leone, the listed organizations are working together to ship a forty-foot container to Sierra Leone for distribution to victims and families in the rural areas in Sierra Leone. Change Agent Network’s past efforts of wiping out Ebola in Liberia has been the shipment of two forty-foot containers that were distributed to Ebola affected victims in Liberia.  The new formed partnership has made it possible for Change Agent Network to ship their third forty-foot container to Sierra Leone as a collaborative project with the above-mentioned organizations who have


Feeding the Homeless

For many Africans in the diaspora USA is home away from home, Sierra Leonean and Liberian organizations have come together to give back to USA families. After completing a successful fundraiser hosted by Change Agent Network in collaboration with Save The Nation, Hope for Lives, Save Sierra Leone Foundation, and Immaculate Charities towards the shipment of a 40-foot container that is scheduled to ship to Sierra Leone on Tuesday December 24, 2014. This group of organizations was out on Sunday evening


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Our Mission / Vision

To ensure a sustainable improvement in the standard of living of the people in the nations we operate.

We advocate on behalf of the needy to ensure adequate shelter, food, good health and education in the communities we are engaged with.   

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