Rainbow Town News

Dec 10

Have a name, phrase or Scripture that you love & would like to hang on your wall? For a limited time, the Rainbow Town children can customize a painting just for you! Details on the flyer!Custom Rainbow Town Artwork

Jan 07

Many ask, “What are some needs Rainbow Town has right now?” We have compiled a list of both ongoing and one-time needs for Ma Feeta and the children. Would you consider linking arms with us and providing for these incredible children and their brave caretaker, Ma Feeta?

You can truly make a difference. Here’s how:

Jan 07

17-year-old smiling-all-the-time Moses Kolleh died on November 13th from Lassa fever, a treatable disease. In Liberia, however, necessary diagnosis is often slow and medication is sparse or non-existent. In honor of a life well-lived and cut so drastically short, SHINE announces the initiation of the Moses Kolleh Memorial Fund. All donations will help the children receive medical care in a timely fashion. Two of the older kids are in need of medical care as we speak. Can you contribute to Moses’s fund? You can do so at the online store. We lost Moses too soon, but his memorial can protect his brothers and sisters.

Jan 06


Name: Earnest Vah
Age: 11
Tribe: Kpelle
Grade: 2nd

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Jan 05

Recently, the Rainbow Town children journaled several stories, memories, how-to’s and funny sayings to share with the world. Check out a selection below:

What’s your favorite memory of a Christmas celebration?

By: Nowah
2nd Grade

How do you make a friend laugh?

By: John Dolo
High School

What is God doing at Rainbow Town?

“God’s Goodness”
By: Meschach Joe
5th grade

Jan 02

A team of five flew to W. Africa to visit Rainbow Town. Trip highlights include: getting to know the unique story and personality of each child through a story-writing project, building a latrine, setting up a small chicken farm, giving the children new bikes and soccer gear, checking the children’s progress in classes, laughing with Mother Feeta, and spending time on the beach with the Rainbow Town college students. See photos from the trip on the Rainbow Town Facebook page.

Sep 30

Aug 31

School Campaign for Liberia

30 Days.
30 Paintings.
30 Chances to Impact a Life.

It’s simple.

For the month of September, each day you’ll have a chance to impact the lives of the Rainbow Town children by purchasing, promoting and sharing their artwork. 100% of all proceeds will go to their educational needs. It’s ART 4 SCHOOL.

First, we’ll feature a painting and the Rainbow Town child who created it.

Then, it’s your chance to impact a life!  Fun ways to make a difference:

  • Purchase a painting for your home, classroom, church, or business!
  • Have a birthday in September? Challenge people to purchase your birthday’s painting.
  • Challenge your sorority, youth group, class, team, or any other group to fundraise and purchase a painting.
  • Choose a painting and promote to all your Facebook friends, Twitter followers to encourage people to join the ART 4 SCHOOL campaign and purchase.

Our goal is to sell all 30 paintings by September 30th, which will keep teachers in Rainbow Town’s primary school as well as pay for high school and college tuition.

Every dollar counts. Continued, quality education will enable the Rainbow Town children to emerge out of poverty, achieve their educational dreams, and reach for their fullest potential.

That’s 30 days, featuring 30 paintings giving you 30 chances to impact a life!

Join the ART4SCHOOL Campaign on Facebook! “Like” the Rainbow Town Facebook page and follow each day, each painting and each opportunity to impact a life this September!

Aug 30


Name: Josephine Stewart
Age: Unknown
Tribe: Kpelle
Grade: K1

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Apr 21

The Rainbow Town documentary recently won the Feature Film/Documentary category of the esteemed Wilbur Awards, which were held at Heifer International in Little Rock, Arkansas. Click here for a full list of Wilbur Award winners and enjoy photos from the evening below.

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