Reverend Muaiava Malaki, Chair of the Samoa Council of Churches in Wellington New Zealand handed over a donation of ST20,000 to the President of Samoa Victim Support Group, Siliniu Lina Chang
Two members of the Samoa Council of Churches in Wellington New Zealand, accompanied the Chair of the Samoa Council of Churches in Wellington New Zealand, Reverend Muaiava Malaki, to officially handed over the donation of ST20,000.00 to the Samoa Victim Support Group (SVSG).
The donation came at the beginning of the new year while SVSG is working on sourcing out finds to finance its annual budget.
According to Reverend Muaiava, “we are here to convey the Council’s gratitude and appreciation to the Samoa Victim Support Group for the tremendous work you do for our country, especially in providing a refuge for the abused children.”
The donation will greatly assist with the operations budget for the Campus of Hope shelter facility which is the temporary home for close to 80 children ages 5 months to 18 years of age at the moment.
Over the years, the Samoa Council of Churches in Wellington New Zealand have been assisting SVSG and its work where possible, from fundraising events to monetary donations.
Receiving the donation was Siliniu Lina Chang, the President of Samoa Victim Support Group.
“Thank you so much Reverend Muaiava Malaki and the Samoa Council of Churches Wellington, for remembering the work of SVSG in your charitable donation this year. The donation will help us cover overheads and other operational costs for the Campus of Hope.”
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