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...
Sadly the Foundation received last year a request to  improve the security of Priscilla’s Girl Dorm. A break in had occurred by 2 men .. The Foundation & Glen Innes Rotary supplied funds to rectify this issue as you can see from the photograph .Should be no future problems
Based on the success of the VTC’s first term during last May until August 2012, Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF) has committed to support the YUM Vocational Training Centre (VTC) for a longer period. This great commitment has really helped YUM with its VTC project to provide opportunities for disadvantaged youths around Cipanas YUM Village;
A big thank you to all our wonderful sponsors of the 2012 Golf Day – what a success it was, we look forward to doing it all again in 2013.
In  the October newsletter we advised we were donating milk to this Orphanage .. Here are some recent photos ..Great to see this actual care taking place and knowing that the children have the correct nutrition at a early age. The Jodie Oshea Bali orphanage take very special care of the Children .    
The Foundation worked with Julia Barnett when she Chaired The ANZA Charitable Committee in Jakarta .We lost contact with Julia when they moved to Botang .Did not take her long to find two run down Orphanages that could not afford bars on their windows to stop the monkeys disturbing the children .Over a period a local committee
The Foundation has a London group of friends who each year ask us to donate their funds for the purchase of rice which covers one months supply .After checking their web site www.careforkidsbali.com. We selected Jodie O Shea who was Bali bomb victim and the orphanages has been established in her Memory . Since then we
The PHMF received a donation from Coaltrans Conferences to purchase 15 new computers to replace 6 very old machines at  St Enoch School . This is the school that the Mama Sayang students attend & the STANDARD of their education  has a big bearing  to secured employment on leaving .. A number have received sponsorship to University .. Ester
I just want to say thank you to PHMF and RC Glen Innes for making my dreams come true. Coming to Australia is the biggest thing in my life and I am very grateful.I’ve got big value in Australia, such as learning different culture, improving my English, sharing my culture, teaching Indonesian a little bit, public
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