The Directors and the Team at The Alofa Charitable Trust of Auckland New Zealand once again have stepped up to offer Samoa Victim Support Group that much needed assistance as the Group continues with the SVSG Measles Outreach.
One of the Directors, Afioga Levaoatuamaaana Aati-Schuster relayed the wish of the Trust to lend a helping hand towards the Measles Outreach during an email to SVSG before Christmas. “Remembering you always in prayer as you reach out to our families who have lost children to the measles. Well done for all the hard work.”
Today, SVSG received ST2,000 remitted from the The Alofa Chraritable Trust and the Team of Auckland New Zealand, to support the groundwork carried out by SVSG for the families affected by the measles, especially those who have lost children to the epidemic.
Levaoatuamaaana Aati-Schuster, a former director of the SVSG (Auckland) and members of the T.A.C.T are now serving the Samoan community in Auckland under The Alofa Charitable Trust, a registered Social Service Charitable Trust in New Zealand.
T.A.C.T continues to partner with SVSG on community projects, the latest has been the support for school fees which enabled some of the child vendors under SVSG’s Hot Soup Skill Building Program for child vendors, to attend mainstream education.
“Thank you so much Levā and the team for always reaching out to support SVSG and its program for our people here in Samoa. We wish you and your families a most prosperous new year in God’s grace.” Siliniu Lina Chang, SVSG President