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Youths give to kids

Luke Rawalai
Thursday, January 17, 2013

SIX children from the communities of Vunivau, Siberia, Boubale, and Batinikama in Labasa have received school stationery from the Vunivau Paras Point Youth Group.

The children's feeling was summed up by a Ashiani Narayan who said she was thankful to the group for their kindness.

"May God bless them for being a blessing to me," she said with a smile.

Vunivau Paras Point Youth Group yesterday gave the children school stationery, as part of their community work in reaching out to the needy.

Group co-ordinator, Preetika Nandran said the youths of Vunivau Paras Point Labasa were making a stand to change the lives of people in their neighbourhood and helping children in their education.

"We have gone around assessing families who really needed help with assistance for school stationery," she said.

Vunivau Paras Point youth patron, TJ Loloma said the group was happy to be a blessing to the families and the many people they had come across.





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