Mission Fund is assisting in the building of the first floor of the Shalom Centre, a residential centre for disabled children. At present, these children live in huts with corrugated metal roofs without a supply of running water or electricity.
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I would like to thank the Mission Fund for the generous donation of €2,000 given to me in aid of my mission among the poor whom we, the Sisters of Charity, serve in Pakistan. We invest the donations we receive in education and health as these are the basic needs of our people. Many people die not because they have life threatening illnesses but simply because they cannot pay their medical bills with the meagre salaries that they earn. Many parents don’t send their children to school not because they don’t believe in the importance of education but because they cannot afford an ‘extra’ expense. I would like to thank the Maltese people for their generous spirit for which they are well known. I encourage everyone to continue helping the Mission Fund through donations and by xo-operating with all the initiatives it organises. We pray that the Lord may continue to shower on the members of Mission Fund and on you all his blessings. – Sunday 10 August 2014
I would like to thank the Mission Fund for the generous donation of €4,000. This gift will assist us in helping students to continue receiving their formation and education at school and also to distribute food to poor families.
I would also like to express my gratitude for the €500 for Masses to be celebrated in repose of the souls of the Mission Fund benefactors.
The Diocese of Garissa, in Kenya, under the leadership of its bishop, Mgr Paul Darmanin, OFM Cap, has launched a campaign to educate children and youth to give them a better future.
Through this letter I would like to encourage the public to send donations to the Mission Fund which will help Maltese missionaries in Third World countries. – Sunday 10 August 2014
I would like to express my gratitude to the Mission Fund which, through the people of Malta and Gozo, provides me with financial help for my mission work. Education has the power to eradicate poverty, hunger and disease in Africa. Inspired by this idea, we missionaries working in Malindi, Kenya, are doing our best to build schools and pay school fees for poor and orphaned children. This is the new evangelisation. On behalf of my Catholic community, I would like to thank the Mission Fund for donating €2,500 in order to pay for the education of children and youths. I urge the people of Malta and Gozo to continue helping the Mission Fund. - Sunday 31 August 2014