There is nothing more important in life than to feel Love, to be Loved with recognition as who we are in the community that we count as our home. The different scene that evolves around our daily lives is a challenge that no one can deny as we can't take things for granted for our route is bound to differ according to what our destiny holds for us. Life in the Home is a beauty though we are counted as less fortunate in the society for the mere fact of unforeseen circumstances that we encountered from our own homes. Some may say that we have a very bleak future but we know that Gods' purpose for all individuals is different and we acknowledge all our friends and families for their support in terms of donations , provisions of cooked food as well as visitations at their own costs. It is always an honor to see the many faces of those who wishes to extend their love to us and to journey with us during this difficult times. Everything is sweet when we know that there is love in the midst of all our difficulties. The Home has groomed some hard working students who are now benchmarking to the others that there is nothing impossible to achieve if God is with us. We have witnessed this first hand with a former recipients from here ( Zahid)who is now continuing tertiary education at the University of the South Pacific. He visited the boys again last week and challenged them that they can all reached their destination if they believe in themselves and put in extra effort to their education. We also had a visitor who came all the way from the US,( Mr Pooja Prasad) who told the boys that he was just a poor boy who cannot buy a flipflop when he was small in Fiji ,but he is now successful because he worked hard and stayed focused. Vinaka Vakalevu Mr Pooja for your words of encouragement , the donations of groceries, provision of chicken Palau for dinner and the purchase of a new Hair Cutting machine for the boys. We salute you sir,( Mr Pooja) for your kind and generous heart that saw you walking the gospel of love that is sweeter than the Honey we produce at our backyard. We also wish to extend our big vinaka vakalevu to Mr Vijay Singh who visited the office yesterday and donated cash of $250:00 . The cash was received by the Home Superintendent and to be utilize for the benefit of the boys. We know that we have nothing to offer as token of appreciation to all our good friends who have been giving generously to make our day but it is our prayers that the good Lord will continue to bless each and everyone of you. Thank you all for contributing to the development of our where we are today as we journey to built a bright future here. Stay bless everyone

Mr Pooja who was once a poor kid from Ba visited the Home with groceries and also provided dinner on a Wednesday evening.. He is now a successful business man in the US providing catering services for Weddings & Parties.

Mr Pooja donating an electric hair cutting machine for the boys

Mr Vijay Singh and his son ,our visitor from overseas ,donating cash of $250 to the Home Superintendent.