Priscilla HallPriscilla Hall was tragically killed in a plane accident at Lake Lido, south of Jakarta on June 20th, 2004. Priscilla's lifelong affinity for people extended into helping disadvantaged children. The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation is a not-for-profit, charitable fund that aims to help underprivileged children in Indonesia. Read more...
The month of October will see the completion of three major building projects . Here is the first one and the  Jodie OShea photos  tell the story better than words how important this dining room is for the future comfort of the children. We continue supplying milk once per week . The Foundation is pleased to assist such
 We drove down this Street to Yayasan Puspita in 201o being the smallest Yayasan building we had ever visited . We were pleased to supply Computers for the children’s education . Early this year David (PHMF) made these comments : They are an amazing group of 16 kids brimming with enthusiasm (mostly economic orphans), they have a teacher
 We recently received this report from Yayasan Harapan Sumba in regard to a young boy Darius Konda who we are supporting for a Medical Operation by supplying transportation & accommodation . Refer our newsletter dated 12th March 2014 . Before reading this report in full it is important to understand that people in Sumba face many


Aug 16th, 2014
  Andi had the opportunity of attending the PHMF Vocational Training Centre at Cipanas. After his final school year he secured a part time job in the YUM library at Cipanas .We were able to assist with a contribution to pay for his IT course.  His recent  letter reflects that he is a  worthy of a number of donors
  During a visit in December 2013 we observed the importance of extending the Kitchen and requested a quote which we received for Rp  60.000.000 . Our committee agreed to fully fund the extension because the current Dining room can seat if they are lucky 36 children at once and this is at a squeeze. Jodie OShea have
 The sixth term of the Vocational Training Centre (VTC) started on January 20th, 2014 with 180 registered students. We opened 10 classes consisting of 4 English Classes, 5 Computer Classes and 1 Sewing Class. We had not had a  Hospitality Class this term, because our schedule for this class did not match with the schedule
 In late 2013 the Foundation was approached for funding assistance  from ANZA & AWA for a special Hospital project called the RAINBOW PROJECT .. They had seen a need to decorate the Level 111 Pediatric Rooms to provide the children with an environment that is bright and cheerful but still providing a peaceful atmosphere . Also
In December 2013 Don Hall visited Cipanas to discuss the 2014 teaching program .. It was observed that the building in which all the lessons are conducted needed some attention having been in use for over 30 years  .The Foundation decided to fund the repairs in the next school vacation in April after the classes &
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