Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Dress Distribution #75 - Children of Lanao Philippines Parcel #2 (Christmas Distribution - c/o Sha Pagli)

This distribution is parcel #2 of 2 for the children of Lanao Philippines for Christmas distribution. These 2 small parcels include 31 dresses and 16 pairs of Boys t-shirts/shorts set and 47 girls and boys undies bringing the total number of dresses, t-shirts/shorts set to be distributed on this location to  89 dresses and 16 for the boys. 

These 16 pairs of t-shirts/shorts set and a few of the dresses were originally meant for Mukono Uganda to be sent last August but for a month I did not receive any response at all with the person who was supposed to be the recipient. I kept on sending him emails and the last few ones came back as undelivered.  I was afraid that it might not get to its destination unless I hear from him that he was there to receive it so I decided not to send and re-allocated it to this distribution instead. These items are not mine but donated to be distributed. I felt responsible for it and I want to make sure that they do get distributed and my time, money and effort is not wasted. (Whoever thinks distribution is the easiest task, you better think again.)

So here are the two small parcels holding the 31 dresses and 16 pairs of boys t-shirts/shorts set -
and the contents of the two parcels -
made possible by the following donors -
1) Elaine Dunemann
2) Pat Burton
3) Michelle Cornish
4) Make and Learn
5) Elaine Klein
6) Vanya Bryant
7) Betty Barrett and Betty Paull
8) Deborah Sempf
9) Terri Ross and Marie Dale

To see larger images of the contents of this parcel, 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.

These parcels are scheduled for pick-up tomorrow, 5th of November to start its journey to the Philippines. Thank you to all the donors who made this distribution possible. Your kindness and generosity is much appreciated. Thank you.

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