Valentine’s Day came and went without much noise this year, but the Mapuifagalele Home for the Elderly were not forgotten by members of Fresh off Da Vaa Entertainment who delivered gifts of fresh produce and food supplies.
Founder of Fresh of Da Vaa said the gifts were purchased with the support of their business partners abroad.
Partners included the Samoa Outreach Community Centre SOCC from Brisbane Australia, DOMN8U Productions and JF Fashion of Utah, USA, he said.
“They all planned fundraisers so they could donate and send support for the people in Samoa”, said Jay.
Jay Sapa’u Vaafusuaga, 45, of Papaloloa founded Fresh of Da Vaa Entertainment in Melbourne, Australia.
Mr Vaafusuaga says Fresh Off Da Va’a Entertainment, is a non-profit organisation. Vaafusuaga and his wife Esha Natoa’itele Thomas-Ah Cheung.
They are originally from Melbourne Australia where Fresh off Da Vaa Entertainment was founded but they are currently here in Samoa, helping their young local artists by promoting their music, art work, dj and tattooing. Mr Afamasaga says they like supporting local bands and DJs here in Samoa.
The Samoa Outreach Community Centre is owned by Stacey Salasalamaua Opetaia Tuiletufuga of Brisbane Australia. The DOMN8U productions owner is Master-Tee of Sydney, Australia and JF fashion is owned by John Fau of Utah, USA.
“Being here in Samoa, we are blessed to have met many talented brothers and sisters.”
“All our business partners are grateful to be in a partnership with so many like-minded people and businesses who always strive to help give back to the community, thankful that we are able to contribute in the smallest way to achieve happy hearts.”
“Valentines 2022 will always be special to each and every one of us, now that we are connected with the Sisters of Mapuifagalele,…”