A charity climb to raise money for the house of hope in Mataram to support Lombok’s Forgotten Children. A fun and challenging climb where all climbers are asked to fundraise to support this event.
A lot of highs and a lot of lows as I traveled for 3 days through the many Kampungs in North, West and Central Lombok distributing 600 kilos of clothes and books, 350 kilos of rice, a wheel chair and money donated from Jakarta and Lombok. Together with my dear friend Helen Douglas and the amazing team of Endri’s foundation we sought out the poorest of the poor.
Daily discovering more and more people desperate for help. Endri, as always, ready with his book open to document the help that is needed. To see the smiles this charity drive has brought was so fulfilling. To see the poverty and desperation that we faced daily has made me even stronger to raise awareness of the struggle and despair these Forgotten people face every day.
WE DON’T WALK AWAY!
All packed and ready to be shipped to Lombok. Thank you so much to the generous people who have donated to the Fiona Unity Foundation’s charity drive to support the Lombok’s Forgotten Children. God bless you all.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Rest In Peace little Habbi.
Yesterday this beautiful little soldier, who suffered from Hydrocephalus passed away. He was not alone and he was not in pain thanks to the amazing love and support from Endri, Adam and the commitment of the loyal team who make up Endri’s Foundation.
The Fiona Unity Foundation sends deepest condolences to Habbi’s family and to the team of Endri’s Foundation.
The Fiona Unity Foundation supporting the Blind Orphanage in Mataram, Lombok. Listening to the hopes and dreams of these beautiful people is truly inspiring. God Bless you all
Extremely emotional time for me, after many amazing fundraisers The Fiona Unity Foundation has completed the first step towards The House Of Hope.
The Fiona Unity Foundation is in Lombok!
It is official, we now have the land to build The House Of Hope to support THE LOMBOK FORGOTTEN CHILDREN, Endri’s Foundation.
A big thanks to everyone who has supported us to get this far
Visiting Aik Darek Batukeluang District in Central Lombok where The Fiona Unity Foundation donated a wheelchair to Bapak Mahrup, who lives with his wife and a very poor family. This wheelchair will certainly make a difference and we can see by his smile how happy he is.
Last week I visited the Blind Orphanage in Mataram, Lombok and met the amazing people who live here. I was give a tour of the facilities by our friend Gawi who is an student ambassador for Indonesia. Fiona Unity Foundation is proud to support in a small way this amazing institution. I look forward to visiting again.