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 Foundation would like to share the commitment of Ailson Chester & her Husband Yanto to establish the Jodie O’Shea orphanage in memory of a young Australian Girl after the Bali bombing. Visitors are impressed with the care & love given to the children. The Foundation is pleased to assist by supplying fresh milk daily
The students are making excellent progress in their English Class at PEC . This is shown in the video below taken by their Teacher who would be pleased to see these verbal results that will assist all students when seeking employment. Employment is the Mission Statement of The PEC  for every Student.   
“The Children who reads the books will be people who think”, this quote became a motivation for FMCH Indonesia to continue encouraging Indonesia children to love the books in order that they could be a good leader in life. Unfortunately, in Indonesia, the distribution of the books of good quality have not been equally distributed
The Foundation recently donated books to  Ransel Buku a educational project that brings environmental education through books reading, leading group discussions and games to children at river bank villages in Central Kalimantan. This project runs by the support of village elders, parents, fellow volunteers, professional photographer David Metcalf, donors and others who believe that it is
The PRISCILLA EDUCATION CENTRE BALI students recently had a presentation from the Amed team TRASH HERO who clean Bali. They pick up the trash to keep the paradise. Together, week after week, step by step, they make a change that we want to see in the world. The PHMF is pleased to see the PEC being utilised for
Jodie O’Shea Orphanage Bali gives exceptional care for the 100 children under their care . Particular attention  is taken of their nutrition which is a MAJOR problem for thousands of Indonesian children . We have just received this comment from Jodie Oshea .  “Thank you for providing milk for our children as you can see
After 6 months at Priscilla Education Centre (PEC) the first group of intensive students finished the course. There were 12 students left to place for a job training. Most of them are working in South Bali, in Gianyar, where they will have more opportunities It was a big change for them, leaving their family homes
We are very fortunate to have the great support of Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation, especially from Mr. Don Hall himself personally.   Last month, we received 7 sets of computers from Crown delivered to our head office in Jakarta. These computers will be installed in the YUM VTC Cipanas. By having more computers, more students in
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