The Royal Christian Institute is a non-profit organization based in Indianapolis, IN (USA) and Monrovia, Liberia (Africa). We operate summer and after-school programs in Indianapolis which support our youth — to help them remain focused on developmental and progressive activities when they are out of school.

Youth in our communities face many challenges — including high dropout rates from school, lack of self-esteem and a host of de-motivating issues that lead to waywardness, violence and persistent deviance.

We are collaborating with local churches in this endeavor — and, the Forest Manor United Methodist Church located at Forest Manor & East 34th streets (in Indianapolis), hosts our programs. The summer program commenced on June 23rd, 2014 — while the after school program starts next fall term of school.

Our organization is a registered 501(c)(3) charity, and any contribution you make to us are tax-deductible. Please feel free to contact us at (317) 500-4483 or use the contact form — for any kind of queries.

In Liberia — our plan is to construct a twelve grade school in the very challenged Trye community in Bardnersville, Monrovia. The three civil wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia left a legacy of poverty and social upheaval, especially for young citizens whose development was interrupted by conflict. The purpose of the Royal Christian Institute initiative is to reduce the level of illiteracy amongst children whose parents cannot afford to send them to school. (Please click here to read more)

Liberia was colonized by America in 1822 to support the return of free African Americans to a greater freedom of Africa.

Trye is a small community in Bardnersville County which is located in Monrovia, Liberia’s capital. The needs of the Trye community are many, but the educational need of the youth surpasses them all.

The main occupation of this community is farming. By educating the youth — many more occupations can be added to this community. There are 1.5 million residents living in this area. The distance that many children travel each day to school is on average — about 15 kilometers by foot which is equal to 9.3 miles to and from schools located in different

Children of Trye Community – Future Leaders of Liberia

 areas of the city.

We are highly motivated and we solicit help from individuals like you and organizations —

 to join us in our cause to build an educational foundation for this community of need. We thank you for your support and participation.