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...
  As the newly appointed medical sponsorship co-ordinator I would like to update you all on the current position of this very worthwhile project.  Unfortunately our partner Yayasan “Citra Baru” ( translated means ‘new image’ ) has lost the support of the hospital that provided the heavily subsidized facility where these life changing operations were

New Drawers

Nov 29th, 2011
Six years ago these drawers had different appearance. They were clean and perhaps a bit shinny, no cracks and holes. Six years long these drawers held so many books, clothes, bags and toys of nearly a hundred kids. Six years of mornings of pulled drawers, kids’ starting their day  knitting better future. Six years of
Back in 2009, Glen Rotarian Desmond Fitzgerald and his wife Sandy spent one month at Mama Sayang teaching English and was highly impressed by the kids living in that orphanage. On their return to Glen Innes, The PHMF & Glen Innes Rotary agreed to jointly fund raise to bring a student from the Orphanage to
Catherine Booth Orphanage is a home for girls under the management of The Salvation Army Indonesia. A home for currently thirty girls at the age of five to eighteen. The facility was built to house one hundred girls but with lack of funds and other problems, it is merely a big building with a lot

I Have A Smile

Aug 20th, 2011
This 10 months old boy is Apin. He is a son of a low income laborer in Baledono, Central Java. Born with harelip and cleft-palate, he recently received a surgery to repair his lip. The surgery cost IDR 4,275,000 equal to USD 535 and was supported by Probus & Curnow of Australia. Apin would require

Wheels back on road

Aug 11th, 2011
Orphanages have a variation in costs that they have to meet. Recently the Mama Sayang orphanage found that their Bus was not road worthy. The Bus is a important part of their operation in giving the children the advantage in attending sport & outside visits. We are pleased to report the bus is back on

Day for Girls Kits Distributed To Date

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