As a ministry we have been associated with Caleb Centre for Autism. It has been wonderful to see it develop and grow.
However, as we are all aware, 2020 and covid-19 has affected some more than others. Caleb Centre for Autism is one of the organisations that has been affected, and thus we need your help.
This is Manase Phiri he is student at Caleb Centre.
This year the Caleb Centre had to move to a new location. This has adversely affected Manase. He can no longer walk to school as the distance is to far. Manase and his two siblings are raised by their mother. Sadly, his father abandoned the family when Manase was at a young age. His father saw that Manase was not “ normal” so he moved on.
Manase’s mother keeps the family going by finding casual work, as a maid, when she can. This is a two-edged sword, they need the money from her work to survive, but due to Manase’s condition, the only way she can safely leave him, so she can go to work, is to lock him in the house.
Having no option but to lock a child in a house, by themselves, would make anyone cry, especially a mother. This is a heart wrenching situation in every way you can imagine. As horrible as it is for this family, it is the only way this single mum and family can survive.
This is not ok with me!
But I need your help
- I need to raise $100 Aud a month so we pay to book transport to bring Manase to the Caleb Centre.
- A ministry will bless the family with a supply of shoes from “ Aussie Soles “ to see if Manase’s mother can create a small business so she can be based from home or close by.
Tax Deductible donations can be made into the account below, every little bit helps!
His Harvest Ministries
BSB: 064 166
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His Harvest Ministries is the registered charity that allows us to supply tax deductible receipts. To ensure you receive your receipt you need to supply an email address and or postal address. These are generally sent out in June, prior to the end of the financial year,
Having Manase in school at the Caleb Centre will improve his future, so he can grow to be a part of his community as a contributing adult. This coming year we will be beginning skills training, life skills, and independence sustainability.
The Caleb Centre provides a nutritious diet and health care – these are vitally important for Manase’s development.
With Manase in school, his mother has the flexibility to work and put food on the table for him and his siblings.
We want to be able to continue to help wherever we are needed, to provide whatever we can, to help ensure a future for those in need.
In His Grip,