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...
Project Implementation: Before the start of this term, YUM delivered letters to 14 local schools asking permission to give a presentation to the students about the value of participating in our PHMF VTC courses. These presentations succeeded in communicating the importance of gaining the vocational skills essential to improving their economic prosperity in the future.
The Foundation and Britcham support annually up to 22 girls from Mama Sayang Orphanage to play with the Jakarta Komodos Junior Rugby Club whose girls team recently won the Grand Final at the Nusantara 7’s Tournament . Three Mama Sayang players from this tournament have  now been selected to play in Singapore . This will be
In addition to The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation funding English & Computer Courses at YUM Cipanas a sewing class operates a Basic 1 and a Basic 2 course . This course can lead to job opportunities as well as personal  benefits in sewing family clothes. Comment from  last term “Since I followed the Sewing Course, my skill in
The reason The Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation is building a classroom for Rumah Sehat is because they assist under privileged Indonesian Families which is the Mission Statement of The PHMF. In February 2016  20 GPs and 23 specialists from the Gracillis Group and 10 pharmacists from Ikatan Apotek Indonesia in Bali helped 450 of Bali’s
We would like to show our appreciation to Enviropallets Bali for the assistance given to us in presenting our Food Plant Solutions Bahasa Field Guides to local Bali Schools during their WASTE AWARENESS DAY 2016 being one of their many CSR projects in Bali . CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY . The Foundation has printed 1000 copies
North of Bali’s iconic Mount Agung is a very different world from the lush and bustling south. Arid, steep and stony, this is home to almost 9,000 families living in poverty, but since 2008, a small group of dedicated volunteers has been working to improve the lives of these people. In late 2015 the group

Day for Girls Kits Distributed To Date

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