The children at the Campus of Hope were delighted to receive a visit from Sister Palepa and the students of the Missionary Infant Pre-School at Moamoa. The purpose of the visit was to fellowship and share the joy of learning with each other.
Upon arrival, Sister Palepa and her students were warmly welcomed by the children at the Campus of Hope, who put on a performance to express their gratitude for the visit. The children of both institutions enjoyed spending time together, engaging in a bonding fellowship.
The Campus of Hope is a shelter for child victims of abuse and neglect, and it is under the Samoa Victim Support Group, a non-profit organization that aims to provide educational and social opportunities for underprivileged children in Samoa. Sister Palepa and the Missionary Infant Pre-School at Moamoa are known for their charitable efforts in supporting young children’s education, specifically for kids below 6 years old.
The visit from the Missionary Infant Pre-School at Moamoa comes at a significant time as this week marks the celebration of Easter. The children of both institutions were able to learn from each other’s traditions and values, which is a testament to the power of community and unity.
“The children from the Campus of Hope extended their appreciation to Sister Palepa and the students of the Missionary Infant Pre-School at Moamoa for taking the time to visit and share in the joy of learning.”
Through your charity work, you have brought a heartwarming experience for the children and one that they look forward to during this time of the year.” Siliniu Lina Chang, SVSG President