We live each day to testify on the wonders of journeying together with the God of Miracles. As the theme for this year’s journey for the Samoa Victim Support Group and its family of supporters, we have shared as well as received God’s love through the partnerships that we have established. And we have experienced this and more as we journey towards the second half of the year.
SVSG’s longstanding partnership with the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints is one of such blessing which todate, continues in strength. During the weekend, the Tafa Upolu Stake from Fasitoo-tai, Vailuutai, Faleaseela, Satapuala, Safaatoa and Falelatai were at the Campus cleaning the compound and donating supplies for the children’s daily caring. It was the Stake’s turn to assist with the cleaning and providing supplies as part of the ongoing support from the LDS Church.
From the elderly to the youth, everyone contributed to the clean up activity. Some were mowing the lawn, others were sweeping and weeding. It was like one big family doing chores together as a family. It was the sharing of the love of God.
The donation of supplies included bags of rice, boxes of noodles, cartons of chicken, cartons of herring, taro and banana. It should assist SVSG with feeding more than 75 children currently cared for at the Campus of Hope.
The SVSG Board continues to be grateful to theleaders of the LDS Church in Samoa for their commitment to this partnership.
Samoa Victim Support Group is only a call away (685) 800-7874. If you have some important information that will save the life of someone close to you or indirectly connected to you please do not hesitate to pick up the phone and give us a call.
That decision could be the best one you could make in this life.
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