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Zachary Simmons: World Mission Apparel's trip to Liberia

Zachary Simmons trip to Liberia
World Mission Apparel is an amazing clothing line with a great mission. A mission to Make it Happen  .    World Mission Apparel was founded by Zachary Simmons at 21 years of age and has flooded Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2014.  World Mission Apparel is currently in Liberia, West Africa, working on its "Make it Happen or Watch it Happen" project. 

Within the last few weeks, Zachary Simmons and his team passed out 1000 of T-shirts to Liberian students, bought school supplies, desks and help paid for a student 1 year tuition.  
To get an overview of his mission in Liberia, check out this interview below.

 

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