Everyone in the world is directly or indirectly impacted by the hardship and sad stories of poverty, illiteracy, underdevelopment, and diseases. There are many who continue to seek poverty alleviation around the world. However, due to the inadequacy of the enormous amount of resources needed to significantly reduce poverty, we continue to see people still going to bed without food. LEDI believes that with a united front, poverty and its various elements could be significantly reduced in Liberia. Therefore we are proud to form partnership with the following organizations and individuals to fight poverty. LEDI is also seeking your partnership and sponsorship as well. We welcome individual, corporate, institutional, and governmental partnership/sponsorship. Together, we can reduce poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, underdevelopment, diseases. Become a partner or sponsor today.
LEDI is seeking sponsorship/partnership from ordinary individual like you. We are also seeking sponsorship from the friends of Liberia (people who are not Liberians but would love to alleviate hardship in Liberia) to support our organization in its endeavor to reduce poverty and change lives in Liberia. Please join and support LEDI today. Rennie Curran is an American National Football League (NFL) player. He is a 2nd year linebacker for the Tennessee Titans. He played college football at the University of Georgia (UGA). According to CBSSports.com, Rennie was considered one of the top weakside linebackers of his class, and has been called “the most dominant defensive player in the game” by The Sporting News. Curran was drafted in 2010 by the Tennessee Titans during the NFL Draft. Rennie attended the Brookwood High School in Snellville, Georgia, where he became the Broncos’ all-time leading tackler and was twice named Gwinnett County Touchdown Club Defensive Player of the Year. He was named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100 and Class AAAAA First-team Defense.
As a true freshman in 2007, Rennie received Freshman First-team All-America honors by Rivals.com, and Honorable Mention by The Sporting News. In his sophomore season, Curran started all 13 games leading the team with 115 tackles. These tackles were the most by a Bulldog since Orantes Grant recorded 120 in 1998. Curran was a finalist for the Butkus Award and earned Sophomore All-American honors by College Football News. In his junior season in 2009, he was voted First-team All-SEC by the AP and Coaches, and was also named First-team All-America by CBSSports.com after leading the SEC in tackles with 116. Going into the 2010 NFL Draft, Rennie was listed as the No. 11 inside linebacker prospect in the U.S. Source: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/.