Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Dress Distribution #68 - For the streetkids of Metro Manila Phils c-o Childhope Asia Phils

For the streetkids of Metro Manila Phils is Dress Distribution #65. A combination of 118 dresses, 63 pairs of shorts and 33 t-shirts, these 3 parcel distribution is going to be sent to Maribel Flores-Larracochea, Asst. Executive Director and Resource Mobilization Coordinator for Childhope Asia Philippines, a non-profit, non-government organization working to promote the welfare of street children in the Philippines and the Asia region and also works toward the liberation of the child from the suffering caused by working and living on the street. I hope to provide more support to this organization in the near future as I like the idea of their Alternative Learning System (ALS) Program facilitated by their Street Educators for the street kids.

Here are the parcels -
and these are the contents of the parcels splitted into 2 groups -

made possible by the following donors -
1) Two Bettys - Betty Barrett and Betty Paull
2) Ciarda Bridges
3) Siobhan Leyne and Anna Dacre
4) Craft & Hope Group and the Ladies of Kapunda Sewing Group S.A.
5) Julie Bolton
6) Virginia Smith
7) Di Menzel
8) Susanne Nixon and the members of the All Saints Parish South Hobart
9) Two Margarets - Margaret Blanch and Margaret Leech
10) Vanya Bryant
11) Pam of Threading My Way
12) Sarah Macraild
13) Sharron Arnold
14) Monika Osvald
15) Evelyn Smart, Colleen Barry, Veronica Tooey 
16) Linda Smyth
17) Wendy Yates
18) Karina Tomlinson
19) Catherine Jenkins
20) Lyn Granger
21) Terri Ross and Marie Dale

Also included on this distribution are 22 girls' undies and 20 boys' undies donated by the Ladies of Kapunda Sewing Group S.A. 

To see larger images of the contents of these parcels, please click here.  For more details on this distribution (and also at a later stage when feedback is received) please click here or click on the special 'Dress Distribution' tab which you can find at the top of this page.

Thank you so much to all the donors who made these parcels possible. Your kindness and generosity is very much appreciated. Thank you.

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