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Ulingan, Tondo - Allen was our first sponsored kid in Ulingan. Thank you Benny, MH and Raquel (1 of 2)
Thanks to the contribution from various friends from around the world, 5 children from the charcoal factory are now sponsored SGD50 a month. This is a miracle and dream comes through as I initially thought no one would care for these charcoal kids.
Many felt that the monetary help would not improve their welfare as they still require to work in the hazardous environment.
Often, smokey mountain and Ulingan kids were being neglected by donors who prefer a good return of investment from their donation. Initially, I was afraid to ask for help as I assumed a cold shoulder would be what I faced.
But a young man, Benny from Indonesia has rejuvenated my faith in God. I found my new faith in God promises again.
God gave me the vision in 2005 that I have to claim the promises in countries where the upper portion of the flag is blue and red in the lower portion. I was very much on a religious HIGH PLACE looking down on faceless children who wore black t-shirts with the inscription "Dare to Dream" behind them.
Certainly, only Cambodia and Philippines matched the vision. On the Cambodia flag, there is a tall pagoda (temple structure) at the centre and in Philippines I am standing on top of the garbage hill with Malaya Kids Ministries looking down at them.
I was on a high place formed by the garbage where the residents need to DREAM big to cling on to the hope of a better future. Many donors are often frightened and disheartened of what they saw. Nobody really know how to help them. Looking at their situation, It is almost impossible to help. But thank God, I know the way. It is about engagement and transformation. It is not about closing down the facilities and evict the people. LOVE will transform them. GOD will be my strength and wisdom. It will come when the charcoal factory would be transformed into a pollution free factory without smoke blocking out the sun. I believe in that.
Benny effort also triggered others to join in the effort. Within the same month, we have 2 more sponsors from Vietnam and Brazil joined in at adopted kids from 3 families. We do not want to move too fast but steadily adopting one at a time.
If you believe in our mission and wanted to be part of this project, SGD50 (USD40) is what one kid need per month. Malay Kids Ministries, an NGO would oversee the whole project.
Remember us in prayers. We want to buy over the place and I am raising SGD200,000 to fulfill that. I know its a bold statement but I know my Lord would not fail me. I will claim the $200,000 personally and use it to transform the place.
Thankful for color.
I had the opportunity to take photos for the Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser "Bowl for Kids Sake" this weekend. Good learning experience for me using my flash and also seeing what my camera could do with a high ISO. When I think of bowling growing up, I think of stinky, smoke-filled, dark places with black bowling balls. Not anymore that is for sure! Lots of color at Mardi Gras! The balls and the carpet and the backdrop behind the pins. Loved it. The event also decorated with ballons and handed out T-shirts in your option of 7 different colors - Red, Orange, Yellow, Lime green, blue and purple. This photo was taken with no post processing. Love the color and the little bit of reflection.
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