A Happy Mother’s Day in Fiji

A big thanks to Lilydale Adventist School who are currently fundraising for a new sewing machine for the lovely Mum pictured. A new machine will mean that her family will now have an income and she will be better able to support them. The recent floods in Fiji washed away their chickens and many of their household possessions, so we are really excited about this opportunity to keep the cycle of empowerment going and give this Mum a hand up.

A Girl & Her World is planning to employ Mum to make school uniforms for all our sponsored girls in Fiji and some branded bags for us to sell as fundraisers later in the year.

You or your school can get involved in a great story like this one and truly make a difference in people’s lives.

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Thank you for your generosity and Vinaka Lilydale Adventist School!!!

Warmly,

Jane

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