The Dorothy Foundation evolved to meet the needs of the dispossessed. The Foundation now has a college at Bradford village named Bradford College, a clinic, a Teaching Hospital, a home for 40 Ebola orphans merging with the boarding school (Sidcot School) and an eight-acre farm that produces cassava. With additional purchases from surrounding farmers, this adds value through its conversion into gari.
The Dorothy Foundation has opened programmes for children orphaned by the Ebola outbreak, families and communities. We provide youth and family programmes which promotes family strengthening, mental and behavioural health, parenting supports, afterschool, and youth development. We also carry out an all-inclusive farming project to help create employment while also supporting both the centre and the surrounding community. It is now becoming a beacon of hope for the Bradford Community and providing hope for Sierra Leone becoming the Province of Freedom and prosperity.