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Our Social Responsibilities

GSA & Others Commend NASSCORP

The General Services Agency (GSA) and two community-based organizations have lauded the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) for providing them assistance. The two community-based organizations are the Richards & Coleman Family Foundation, Inc. headquartered in the United States of America and the Joe Bar Community of Paynesville City, Liberia. The commendations were contained in separate letters or appreciation addressed to the Directoy-General of NASSCORP, Dewitt vonBallmoos, by the organizations. GSA, through its Director-General Mary T. Broh, expressed appreciation for the US$ 10,000.00 donated to the agency by NASSCORP, and indicated that the donation had made it possible for… Read more

Paynesville City Corporation Hails NASSCORP

The Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) has thanked the Management of the National Social Security & Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) for its support toward the Du-port Road Junction Beautification Project. In a communication addressed to NASSCORP Director-General Dewitt vonBallmoos, Acting Paynesville City Mayor Cyvette C. Gibson said the commitment of NASSCORP to the city has been incredibly helpful and enhanced the gateway to the country. Read more

NASSCORP Assists Orphans& Old Folks

The National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) has begun the distribution of relief items to several orphanages and old folks homes in and around Monrovia. The 40-foot relief container was donated to NASSCORP through the office of the Vice President Hon. Joseph N. Boakai. The Container was part of several containers donated to the Vice President's Office by His Church Charities, a London based charitable organization. Read more

NASSCORP Responds to Ebola Outbreak

The National Social Security and Welfare Corporation (NASSCORP) has responded to the outbreak of the deadly Ebola Virus in Liberia as part of its corporate social responsibility. This response dates back to May, 2014, when it donated 12 bales of used clothing to quarantine centers around the country. NASSCORP also contributed L$8.3 million or US$100,000 to the National Task Force on Ebola in July, 2014, when the spread of the virus intensified. The corporation also contributed L$4.15 million or US$50,000 to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare's Task Force to enhance its capacity. Read more

Mission & Vision

Our mission is to provide future financial security for those under the schemes - employees of both the public and private sectors of Liberia in the event of occupational injury, old age, invalidity or death.

As a vision we will strive at all times for corporate excellence in providing quality social protection services through the following: quality staff, sound financial management, high yield and viable short-medium term investments, effective and efficient monitoring and evaluation system.

Guides To NASSCORP Schemes

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