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Charity Update August 2022

Charity Update August 2022

We donated $443 to the following charities in August 2022.

Ban Huai Lua School, Thailand

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Yentafao noodles - a special treat! 

Pubbets donated USD$50 which was used to buy food supplies for the school lunch program.

Hand 2 Hand Foundation, Thailand

Facebook page 800km bike ride fundraiser!

We donated $100 for the upcoming bike ride fundraiser link here

Money raised during the fundraiser will be used to keep the many projects running, including a community garden, housing estate, kindergarten and other community support projects.

They also have a weekly church meetup, prison visit program and school sponsorship. Please take a look at their website at https://www.handtohandpattaya.com/ if you're interested in learning more. 

Hands of God Charity, Philippines

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$100 general donation was made for August 2022. This was distributed to clients in their medical charity program.

$50 to Tami for ongoing leukemia treatment. She has recently had to go back for more testing and follow up chemo treatment. She is in good spirits and we will continue to sponsor her treatment until recovery. 

 

 

 

We donated $150 for August 2022. 

Mission Samburu

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We sponsor a child through the Mission Samburu project in Africa. His name is Senteyio and we plan to add more sponsorships through this charity program in the months and years ahead.

His sponsorhsip is $65 AUD ($43 USD) each month.

Harvester Baptist Church Orphanage, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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We donated $50 which was used to buy rice for the orphanage kitchen. 

I See, I Do, Cambodia

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We donated $50 which was used for general project costs, such as food supplies, school materials and livestock feed. 

Please like our Pubbets Facebook page here for the latest updates!

Thank you to everyone who has bought a Pubbet puppet or any of our other products. 10% of all profit goes to a range of charity projects that help disadvantaged kids get a better start in life. 

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