The Gift of Education – FKP Partners with The Mission at Natuvu Creek

May 6, 2010 · 1 comment

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The Mission at Natuvu Creek featured The Fiji Kinde Project on their web site:

Even the most basic education is often out of geographical or financial reach for many families. As a result, many of Fiji’s impoverished children are not given the chance to pull themselves or their communities out of the hardship they endure. The children of the Buca Bay area do not have a viable school for grades 11 through 13 in the immediate area. Moreover, transportation and other costs required to attend schools in neighboring towns are often prohibitive.

View the article at The Mission at Natuvu Creek.

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Jeannie McCain August 30, 2010 at 9:58 pm

Ann, Your cousin Jana Turner is one of my best friends. She told me about your tremendous work in Fiji. I would love to visit with you about becoming involved with your efforts. I’ve included my real estate website in Houston, http://www.connmccain.com, so you can know a little about me. I have been fortunate to have traveled quite extensively, including 3 trips to Namotu island in Fiji, in 2001, 2002, & 2003. Fiji stole my heart. And the people are no sweeter anywhere on earth. I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Jeannie McCain

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