It’s a bit hard to believe we are rolling into another packing session. We have only just finished one haven’t we?! There are folk out there who still need our help and this is a great way to be practical about helping others in our international village. Our latest newsletter updates the situation, the impact
It has been an amazing year. Thanks for all your support. Linked here is the December 2012 newsletter with some updates and highlights for you.
As we gear up for another container of gifts to be sent to Sri Lanka we are looking forward to the usual challenges and blessings that come with this work. Some of the specific needs of the project are outlined in our August Newsletter which you can read about by clicking here.
Our Christmas shipment is expected in the port of Colombo anytime soon. Thanks to all our friends and supporters. It will bring much relief to so many poor kids in various parts of Sri Lanka. Gifts are distributed to children in all communities without discrimination.
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The year rolls around way too quickly! We are starting to ramp up for this year’s shipment to Sri Lanka but it only feels like we have completed the shipment for 2010. We are certainly kept on our toes.Please feel free to circulate and otherwise send this newsletter as far afield as you can. We
With the safe arrival of the 2010 container and the goods distributed we have much to be thankful for. Our latest newsletter covers off some of stories related to the gifts you so kindly donated, packed and sent.
It is a bit hard to believe that the year has rolled around so quickly and that we are once again gathering up goods, moving boxes up to the hall and sorting gifts. We barely seem to be through last years exercise. The August newsletter let’s you know what is (and has been happening). Have
The 2009 container is now in Sri Lanka so we hope to have some photos of the arrival and distribution of the parcels soon.
Now is the time when we start planning for 2010. So if you are able to help let us know – some of the
All the kids in the picture live on a plantation. They are some of the poorest paid workers in the country, working in what they call ‘low country tea’ estates. Have a look here for all you ever wanted to know about production of tea in Sri