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Empowerment Scholarships

Almost all of the individuals we serve at our food and winter coat giveaway events in New Haven are a part of the homeless population. MWCM aims to ultimately provide coats for as many of these individuals as we can. Your contributions and support will go a long way in making that a reality.

Active Sponsorships



Sponsorship Amount Needed: $350
Sponsorship Amount Needed: $500

Name: Emmanuel Tokpah

Grade: 6

School: Saint Mary’s Catholic High School

Emmanuel Tokpah is living with his mother because his father left her when he was very small. She is digging sand to feed the family and send him to school. Because of this Emmanuel has to drop from school to help his mom to dig sand to enable them to have food to eat. Emmanuel was living with his stepfather in a small village near Sanniquellie but because he has to help his mother he has to come to Sanniquellie.
He has disabilities on his left foot and hand.

Name: Keyona Bailey

Grade: 8L

School: Titchfield High School, Portland

Keyona is from a single-family home of three. Her mother has sustained an injury to her right hand which makes it a challenge to work to support Keyona and her brother.


Sponsorship Amount Needed: $350

Name: Abigail Meanwon

Grade: Kindergarden

School: Chris Wickey Academy, Paynesville, Liberia

 Abigail is from a single-family home of six. Her mother left the family. Her father lost his leg in 2015 and does not have any family to assist him with the children.

Sponsorship Needed

Our Sponsors

Ivy Barnett
Sponsor for Keyona Bailey

Mrs. Barnett was a scholar, educator, entrepreneur, and community leader. She opened and operated a business school, Boundbrook Commercial College, and, later, was Head of the Business Department at Titchfield High School. Mrs. Barnett was dedicated to her beloved Port Antonio and its wonderful people.

She served on many committees and several boards. She was widely known and recognized for her time as director of the Portland chapter of the Red Cross. Mrs. Barnett was never too busy to visit the sick, share with the needy, and pray with anyone. We hope this scholarship enables and encourages the next great Tichfield-educated scholar, leader, and humanitarian.

Robert Amendola

Autoworks Of Westville

Sponsor for Abigail Meanwon

With a Mechanical Engineering degree from The University of New Haven and a life-long passion for cars, Bob founded Autoworks of Westville in 1986. 

Bob proudly serves as President of the Auto Body Association of Connecticut, a non-profit trade association dedicated to protecting the motoring public and educating repair professionals throughout the state. He has dedicated his career to providing exceptional service to the greater New Haven area and has since been joined by the next generation. 3 of his 4 children-Abbey, Tyler & Ashley.