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...
With the support of the Pricilla Hall Memorial Foundation (PHMF), YUM is able to continue giving the opportunity to students from disadvantaged and destitute families to learn at the YUM-PHMF Vocational training Centre (VTC). More than 10 schools were visited by the VTC team in Cipanas area for the promotion and socialization about the courses.
Other than regular classes, the Vocational Training Centre  also provide Job-Seeking Skills workshops held twice every term. The aim of these workshops is to prepare students to face the competitive working world, by teaching them curriculum vitae and application letter writing skills as well as providing job interview training. 126 students participated in these workshops. We hope
    The Foundation is very appreciative of the financial support given by the Yass Interact Club who have contributed a number of lap tops Computers which they installed in the new Priscilla Education Centre for the computer Class Room  to teach  Computer skills. The second Class room build will be for  English lessons .  Both of these courses will improve
The Foundation has been pleased to contribute to a major up grade at Jakarta Kampung Kids .Of the various Yayasans in Jakarta, Kampung Kids are interesting  because of their 3-phase program.Basic Nutrition – Young children as well as pregnant and breastfeeding mothers are provided with one meal per day + a cup of milk. Education –


Jun 20th, 2016
On the 20th June 2004 we learnt of the tragic news of the loss of our Daughter & Sister in an aircraft accident.  Also in the accident were three Indonesians & one Australian — all young men with families who did not survive . We would like to thank & show our appreciation to The Jodie OShea
Can you remember the last time you had a power outage? That’s what everyday life is like for may under-privileged families in Indonesia who do not have access to electricity. To function after dark, they burn kerosene to light their homes, causing problems for their health, their finances, their education, their safety and the environment. You

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