We are back from Vietnam on the 31st Dec 2015 and immediately got back to prepping for the new year at work!
Project Ho Chi Minh was a success as we brought fun as well as donations to 2 orphanages. At the same time, the team also experienced life in Vietnam absorbing the different cultures and lifestyles. We definitely enjoyed ourselves and was rejuvenating at the same time! However, this year’s project we hope we can work on a new program where we encourage sustainability by way of contributing equipments or teaching them viable new skillsets. So remember to follow us on FB to get all the news!
Here I’d like to thank all our members for their relentless support and we had 3 mothers of our members who joined us on this trip to lend a hand too! Special thanks to our Vietnamese friends Bosley and Richard for coordinating the orphanages, transportation, translation, shopping, etc. Without them would be seriously tough for us to be there even! Check out the pictures and videos can be seen on our Instagram as well as our Facebook page!
Last but not least, we would like to thank our donors who have been supporting our projects for years. Some even from year 1! On behalf of the whole team at Care Givers Group, thank you guys for being so supportive, there’s no slowing us down now!
List of donors for 2015:
1. Alicia Tan Lay Peng – $100
2. Marilyn Quek May Yen – $50
3. Quek Ai Lian – $200
4. Lee Su Jun – $20
5. Quek Sze Wei – $100
6. Tey Kim Ming – $100
7. Christine Chew Soh Guat – $100
8. Heng Lee Cheng – $100
9. Audrey Tham – $100
10. BLACK&INK – $170
11. Bosley – $300
12. Jeff Foo – est.$50
Thank you y’all once again and please look out for our fund raising events planned for this year! Take care and have an awesome year ahead!
Sorry for the lack of communication as everyone is particularly busy this year, especially for me. So we will try our best to update as much as possible.
As you can see from the title, we have decided to head to Ho Chi Minh this year to visit a couple of orphanages. Despite our busy schedules, we are still finding time to plan for our trip this year. We have friends in Vietnam helping us to coordinate some logistical matters over there and will be heading there on the 24th December instead of our usual 25th.
As we are planning our itinerary, do let us know if you happen to know some orphanages at HCMC that require help and we would like to visit and perhaps fulfill some of their wishlist. You can email us at email@example.com with the details.
Will update more and please keep us in mind in your prayers.
Thank you and God bless.
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Sorry for the lack of updates over here but we have been updating a lot on Facebook due to the ease of uploading of pics via many forms of medium.
The trip to Chiang Rai was an awesome one. We planned for 2 locations but ended up checking out another school, totally impromptu. Everyone enjoyed themselves playing with the kids, mingling with them, spreading the love and I must say our team was ready for all things unexpected. Could be due to our many years of experience dealing with kids? I’ll leave it to your speculation!
As I have embarked on a new venture of late, time is really limited on my side. Hence I will try to upload pics of the schools asap! I have already uploaded the first school pics and you can view them on https://www.facebook.com/caregiversgroup!
Thanks again for all the support guys! Your trust in us let us witness the happy faces of all our beneficiaries! We will upload the list of donors and supporters soon!
Take care and God bless!
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