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Or Motto:  Wela Kehwon ~ "God Acts through humanity "      


D. LeRoy Sua, CEO
6067 Stoney Creek Place
Lakeland, Florida 33811
Phone: (608) 379-2748



Ganta Mission School Scholarships

Ronda Ditter-Schmidt Scholarship Fund


In 2016, Sua Foundation, in collaboration with the family of Dr. Ronda Ditter-Schmidt has launched a scholarship program for high school students at Ganta Mission school. The program will pay full tuition and fees for eight student; a male and female in grades nine through twelve. Qualification criteria include a 3.0 GPA, involvement in community activities, strong spiritual and moral principle, member of the Mano or Gio ancestries and pleasant personalities.

Ronda Ditter-Schmidt Scholarship Fund Students, Sua Foundation

Dr. Jonathan Uy Family High School Scholarship

Dr Jonathan Uy Family High School Scholarship fund recipient Tantee LuogonTantee Lougon  was born on July 5, 2002 in Saclepea City, Nimba County unto the union of Isaac Lougon and Betsy Lougon. Her mother hails from Glehyee Zorpea, Yahwin Messonnoh District while her father comes from Saclepea City. The couple has 6 children and Tantee is the 6th of those children. Tanteeā€™s father is a Classroom Teacher at a public school in Saclepea while the mother is a petty trader. She lives with her elder sister who is also a high school student in Ganta.  

Miss Lougon is a baptized member of the Miller McAllister United Methodist Church and an active member of the Youth Fellowship of the Church. Tantee desires to become a Medical Doctor in the future.  

It is with great pleasure that we are recommending Tantee Lougon to the Sua Foundation for a possible sponsorship.


  Sua Foundation, Inc. 
6067 Stoney Creek Place
Lakeland, Florida 33811
Sua Foundation, Inc.
1006 Farnam Street
La Crosse, Wisconsin  54601

Sua Foundation, Inc. is a registered charity 501C(3) in the United States of America, and in Liberia we are registered as a nonprofit tax exempt organization.  We began simultaneous operations in both countries in November of 2005.  As a public foundation, most of our funding support is generated from public contribution.  We encourage donations and grants from public and private sectors.