Church Members Continue to Support Safe House Clients
Receiving the donation was Femili PNG’s Communications and Fundraising Officer Jonica Jay who acknowledged the Church leaders and congregation for their ongoing support and commitment in assisting clients at the safe house.
The Church’s initiative of donating to the safe house clients started last year in 2016 and has since continued quarterly. One of the Church elders, Seni Anthon said, ‘’it has become a custom now for Pilgrim Seventh-Day Adventist Church to provide food and clothes to the safe house.’’ He also thanked the members of the Church for their efforts in bringing together their donation to give to the safe house.
Femili PNG is very grateful for the ongoing support from the Pilgrim Seventh-Day Adventist Church and appreciates the commitment by their Church members who have provided support to the FSV survivors at the safe house.http://www.femilipng.org/church-members-continue-to-support-safe-house-clients/http://www.femilipng.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/5.pnghttp://www.femilipng.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/5-150x150.pngLatest NewsThe Pilgrim Seventh-Day Adventist Church at Limki donated garden food and clothes to Femili PNG to assist its clients at the safe house in Lae on 27 August 2017. Receiving the donation was Femili PNG’s Communications and Fundraising Officer Jonica Jay who acknowledged the Church leaders and congregation for their...Femili PNGFemili PNGinfo@femilipng.orgAdministratorFemili PNG: Family and Sexual Violence Case Management Centre