- Cyclone Winston does major damage in Fiji.
- NCTC Board of Trustees met with NCTC land owners, and government officials.
- Jenny gives her money box with two years money in it to help a poor NCTC Primary School child get a uniform.
- Ms. Salote Rabuka, Director of Fiji Higher Education Commission visits NCTC
Much of Fiji has been devastated by Cyclone Winston. NCTC had minimal damage with an Internet aerial blown down, and branches of trees blown off. All the buildings and people were safe. All our children, their families crops where all safe. An amazing miracle. Our heart goes out to the many families who have lost houses, crops and belongings. This was the worst cyclone in the southern hemisphere since records were kept.
NCTC Board of Trustees met with the NCTC Land Owners and Government Officials
As NCTC gets closer to assuring a full lease many issues need to be resolved between the NCTC Board and our land owners.
We would like to thank God for his grace and mercy. It was a great outcome for NCTC and many long standing issues were talked about and resolved.
NCTC looks forward to a great relationship with our land owners now and in the future.
Jenny gave her money box so a little girl in NCTC Primary School could have a uniform
While Marion was promoting NCTC in Australia, she met a beautiful little girl, who, with her mum and dad, had not long moved from Russia to Australia (things had not been easy for their family in a new country.) Her name is Jenny and when she heard about NCTC Primary School she wanted to help. She brought her money box with all the money she had saved for two years and gave it all to Marion to help a little girl get a uniform for school. Viema did not have a uniform of her own, until today when Master Epeli gave her a brand new uniform. That is what NCTC is all about, little people with BIG hearts helping each other.
NCTC students and staff were honoured to have Ms Solote Rabuka, director of Fiji Higher Education, visit NCTC. She had a look around The Northern Christian Training Centre complex and saw our new land and viewed the concept plan for the new Primary and Secondary School. Ms Rabuka also gave a very encouraging and inspiring talk to our students and staff.
After much anticipation our “Sponsor a Child” PayPal facility is here!
To check it out simply click on the top image located here and you’ll be taken to our PayPal Sponsor a Child sign up page.
Your contribution of just USD$40 a month (approx USD$1.33 a day – Less than a cup of coffee) will make a major difference in the life of a NCTC child.
Should you have questions and/or if you require more information please head on down to our contact page with your query and I’ll be happy to answer and/or provide additional information.
Alongside this exciting new new initiative we’re also pleased to announce the launch of our USD$50 per month New Primary School – Building Fund option and a USD $50 NCTC – General Expenses payment option.
To check the exchange rate for your country feel free to make the calculation here.
One of the unique propositions that sets NCTC apart from many other charities is that we don’t fund heavy administration overheads like so many others. This means that with NCTC you can be assured that your contribution will be used directly to support those in need.
I take this opportunity to thank you for your valuable contribution in advance.