About US

The founder’s story

hannah wilson

In 2020, Hannah founded HELP Ministries to cater to the needs of Young Girls and Single Mothers in the North Carolina area, United States and Liberia, West Africa, Building Future Leaders through Education and Leadership Programs. Ms. Wilson is a native Liberian from West Africa, she is a single mother and has three children, two boys and a girl Nicholas Michael and Maya, of whom (2) live at home with her in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Nicholas, her oldest son, now serves in the United States Army. Ms. Wilson is a devoted and hard-working mother to her children and everyone around her. Ms. Wilson migrated to the U.S.A. in 2002 while escaping a war-torn country Liberia. Her goal was to find a safe place, secure a better life, and impact people worldwide. Ms. Wilson has experienced firsthand abuse, neglect, and humiliation growing up as a young girl. Thus, MS. Wilson decided to establish the Hannah’s Educational & Leadership Project Ministries (H.E.L.P.)  to Build Future Leaders by empower young individuals and adults regardless of their social-economics status, geographic location, or state of mind, everyone has the power and ability to succeed at their dreams and become better and productive leaders of their communities.

H.E.L.P. Is registered in Liberia, West Africa, as a humanitarian organization (N.G.O.) in 2020. For the past one (1) year, H.E.L.P. has been working on the reconstruction of a three-story building infrastructure she purchased net worth (45,000 thousand U.S. dollars) in Liberia.  

Although the work continues, we continue to bring awareness, seek donors, and establish new funding partnerships to complete H.E.L.P.  Academy. World Leaders Academy. Upon completing this project, the campus will have an estimated 1000 students enrolled through general education, training, and trade. Student enrollment starts from pre-k through high school with the option to enroll in H.E.L.P vocational programs. In 2021, the organization became a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the U.S.A. H.E.L.P. expanded its services in the U.S.A. to address the challenges facing young girls and single mothers in the Charlotte area and surrounding towns. H.E.L.P.’S mission (U.S.A.) is to empower and support Young Girls and Single Mothers in Charlotte and surrounding cities through educational programs and Basic needs assistance.

Vision and Mission


EDUCATION” (Gen. 1:28 and Prov. 4:7).

To build Schools, Educate and Elevate poverty of underprivileged Children in
Liberia, West Africa.

Charlotte, NC USA:
Empower and support Young  Girls and Single Mothers through educational and basic needs assistance.