Monday, December 11, 2023

Saving Lives.....Making Sisters Dreams Come True!

 



Imagine this is a space for educating children for generations to come!

Many thanks to our Anonymous Angel for partnering us to make this possible.


“Charity is the sweet and holy bond which links the soul with its Creator: it binds God with man and man with God.” – St. Catherine of Siena

Helping Sisters to start up a mobile library for needy village children












 Dear Friends,

Ending the end of 2023 giving the Salesian Sisters a hand to set up a mobile library for the village children in Philippines.

Many thanks to Helena & Daniel, Teresa & Friends, James and all others involved to make this 3 boxes of very good books available to the children.

May the children cultivate a love for reading and may their imagination have no limits and may these books bring them hours of good fun and invaluable knowledge.

Merry Christmas Everyone!


Blessings to all,

Mill

St. Augustine. “God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.” 



Thursday, August 24, 2023

Building a New Roof @ Phum Chreh for the Children

 

*boy sitting in the hot sun waiting for a dance event


When I first stepped foot in the Salesian School @ Phum Chreh in 2005, this boy and many children like him captured my heart. His plight and his living conditions spurred me to work hard on helping the sisters to get all that they need to help children like him in Cambodia. 

We can I believed, share what we have so others can live a little better.

Today, in 2023, 18 years later, I am happy to share that we are able to provide a new roof for the children. Seeing this new roof built seems to have a special significance in my heart. It is as I have come a full circle and Jesus is saying this is the reward for ploughing on all these years to help those with little.







Friends, pls join me to thank the donors for building this new roof for the Salesian Kindergarten @ Phum Chreh.

It is with great joy for the donors and for myself to know the children have a good and shaded space for their school activities in all weather conditions.

Education, health and fitness is the way to go for children to grow and overcome all hurdles in life.

🙏 With much gratitude to all involved in making this possible.

All Glory to Christ \o/\o/\o/



Friday, June 23, 2023

No Constant Electricity - A Gift of a Gas Stove



 

Sisters in Myanmar has difficulty getting electricity consistantly and being able to do basic cooking for themselves and the children at regular timing.

So wonderful to be able to gift them a new gas stove to serve 139 adults and kids. 

Thanks to all for making this possible.

All Glory to God!


Mill

Motorized Bicycle for the Culinary Students in Myanmar

 


Dear Friends,

Thank you for your support for education of young people. This motorized bicycle will be used by the students and staff of a Home and Food Management school in Yangon.

Marketing is almost impossible without some form of transport. Special thanks to wiwi and gred who joined us to provide this for the students.

Stay blessed!

Mill



Thursday, June 22, 2023

Water is Life!

 









Dear friends,

One thing I enjoy most about life is when we find friends who truly care about others.

The simplicity where people help others without expectations. It's just a joy to witness.

Nothing exciting about repairing and replacing the water treatment system for the Salesian Sisters in Myanmar. We often forget in Singapore clean water is essential for life.

Thank you to all who came together to help the sisters within 24hrs to make this urgent repairs possible.


God Bless everyone,

Mill


Monday, February 13, 2023

Education is the only way out to break out of poverty





Dear Friends,

Thank you very much for providing 8 units of Samsung 55 inches LED TVs to improve the educational facilities for education for these young girls in Cambodia.

4 units will be for Tuek Thla and 4 units will be for Phum Chreh. I am always so awed by every body's sincere and constant generosity in so many ways to make the lives of people we don't know so much better.

Our partners on the ground ,the sisters of Don Bosco Schools in Cambodia is extremely grateful for the love and support from us.

Many thanks to Lena, Christine, Pearlie, Felicia, I Gek, Vivian, James, Christina, Francesca and an anonymous angel :)


God Bless all,

Mill

"What does love look like? It has hands to help others. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It has eyes to see misery and want. It has ears to hear the sorrows and the sighs of men. This is what love looks like." - St Augustine


 

Saturday, October 01, 2022

Adopt-A-Box - 61 Boxes En- Route to Myanmar






















Dear Frens,

Our Adopt-A-Box Project for Myanmar has been a Success!

An idea to Pack and Share what we have with the poor in Myanmar! A gift of love from our families to theirs!

It’s a great way to send love to a country that is currently going through a tough political crisis. Sharing our blessings is a good way to reach out to let our brothers and sisters in Myanmar know they are not alone nor forgotten.

Thank you all your wonderful and generous participation. Special thanks to James Koh, Teresa Chia, Christina Chua and Andrew for their countless trips they made to collect and drop off items plus sharing the plight of the poor to their friends and family to ensure that the project is a success.

Many Thanks to Lena Tan, Jenny Yeap, Frances Chua, Winnifred Wee, Han Ai Ling, Sheryl Tan, Diana De Rosario, Mandy  Chua, Francesca, Christina, Hilda Kang, Annie Soon, May Tan, Marina Ong, May Tan, Gerry Tan, Kwee Mui, Venetia Ng, June Lee, Cindy Tan, Mrs T.W. Ong, Priscilla, Lillian Ho, Michelle Voo, Derek Chua, Angie, Joan, Theresa Goh and all others who have helped in great and small ways.

My deep felt thanks also go out to Christina Tay for the heap of brand new toys, June Lee for the hundreds of T-shirts, Pauline from Sowell for the children's uniforms, Teresa Chia for collating and buying new books for the Nazareth's new library, Calvin Tay from Campus Corner and John Lee from Coldwear for the winter items that will be life saving when Dec and Jan comes along in Anisakan.

I also thank my mom for allowing me to make a big mess at home for months and will still be messy till all 61 boxes are packed and sent. Behind the scenes the unsung hero Cristina R. Giron for helping me to pack every single box with endless love for the poor. 

Thank you all again and we pray that every thing we have sent and everything we will be sending, Jesus will use it to bring hope, love and joy to those receiving it.


Your in Christ,

Mill









Saturday, September 24, 2022

The Power of Play to Lift Lives








Thank you Mandy for gifting 100 kids in difficult situations nice football jerseys to lift their spirits and add some joy into their lives.

They love football in Myitkyina and now they can look forward to friendly competitions and pride in being their teams!

May their joy bring smiles to our Father and May He always smile upon you and your family for your ever generous heart.


Monday, September 19, 2022

The Miracle of 237 Tents








237 Tents Arrive for the Homeless in Cambodia


A logistical nightmare that God has helped at every step of the way and delivered it safely to the slums in Cambodia

40 pallets of 50kg per tent. Total of 237 tents was given as a gift to be donated over a simple lunch. In this case between long time friends Jerina and Kelvyn.

This is the essence of what Project Kyrie is about. Not everyone need to leave their jobs and careers to do acts of love for the poor. We can all constantly keep an eye and a ear open for things and opportunities that can alleviate poverty anywhere in the world.

Within 20 days this huge shipment of tents managed to get picked up, stored , shipped and safely arrive in Cambodia at the Don Bosco school. If anyone has done shipments to Cambodia, it’s nothing short of a miracle!

We thank all at Charis for helping us to push through and support the delivery of this shipment. Without Charis saying Yes, the people at the slums would not be able to receive these 237 shelters today.

We thank John Lee for his contacts for the ground logistics & free shipment.

We thank Linus, Mervyn and team for being the glue to hold this project together for us. We thank Steven & Team for storing 40 pallets till shipment.

Most of all we thank Jerina and Kelvyn for having the poor in their minds and having generous hearts in the middle of a busy work day. Friendships become even more spectacular when together we can help others along the way.

At every step we see the Holy Spirit motivating and inspiring us to say yes and getting it done together.

The tents are now in Cambodia at the Don Bosco School. We thank Salesian sisters for saying Yes to do the work of Christ. Special thanks to Sr Jessica and Sr Charlene who will be distributing the tents to those who are in need of it most. 

All Glory to Our Amazing God \o/\o/\o/


Your In Christ,
Mill



 








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