August 2013 Project Update

Special Report for Idul Fitri with Street children in Jakarta

Special Report for Idul Fitri with Street children in Jakarta This month five of our volunteers, joined with "Sahabat Anak"—another group of volunteers who work with street children—visiting the area where these street children live. On the day of Idul Fitri, many of them have nowhere to go, thanks to many different sponsors we were able to prepare food packages to share with them. Our team visited each house one by one to offer a package and show respect for this very special day. This was an all day event and a wonderful opportunity for us to interact with other volunteers and the children as well as people in the community that we met along the way.

Special Report for Idul Fitri with Street children in Jakarta Special Report for Idul Fitri with Street children in Jakarta Special Report for Idul Fitri with Street children in Jakarta

 

 

 

 

 

 


More on Idul Fitri

More on Idul Fitri Idul Fitri is always a busy time for Family Care Indonesia volunteers. Aside from our regular yearly food staples distribution in the Jakarta area, which we start at the beginning of the fasting month every year, this year we expanded our social program for Idul Fitri outside of Jakarta. Thanks to the generosity of PT. Metro who entrusted us with food staples to distribute in many parts of Jakarta and West Java such as Ciawi, Bogor, Puncak, and Tanjung Priok in East Jakarta. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to those who volunteered to deliver, package and organize the distribution together with Family Care Indonesia. More on Idul Fitri More on Idul Fitri

 

 

 

 

 

 


Visiting YAI (Yayasan ANYO Indonesia) Cancer Center in Slipi, Jakarta

Visiting YAI (Yayasan ANYO Indonesia) Cancer Center in Slipi, Jakarta Family Care Indonesia volunteers offer support and inspiration for the children to overcome the challenges they face in their battle for healing from cancer. Siska tells the story of "The Two Pockets", to motivate thinking positive as opposed to negative. After the story, Sharon, Siska, and the other YKAKI teachers interact with the children by teaching arts and crafts to re-enforce the story.

 

 

Visiting YAI (Yayasan ANYO Indonesia) Cancer Center in Slipi, Jakarta Visiting YAI (Yayasan ANYO Indonesia) Cancer Center in Slipi, Jakarta Visiting YAI (Yayasan ANYO Indonesia) Cancer Center in Slipi, Jakarta

 


Family Care Indonesia Participates in a Free Medical Treatment Program

Gary and friends join with Hope International and Yayasan Pelangi Kasih giving Free Medical Treatment to approximately 360 underprivileged patients in Cimanggurang Village, Sentul area. The patients receive free doctor consultation and medicine; thanks to generous sponsors we also provided snacks and drinks. It was a blessing and pleasure to participate in this program. Thank you to those who helped to make it possible. FCI Participates in a Free Medical Treatment Program FCI Participates in a Free Medical Treatment Program