A SPECIAL THANKS FROM ODA Orphanage @ Cambodia
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dear Kind people,

 

I want to say thank you to you all for your big big kind hearts for all you do for children here at ODA & at the outlying villages.  All the things you brought with you are so very good for children.  So many things I do not know how to say thank you enough!  Such good and many thing & special educational toys, books, stationery & many other school things & so kind you send good batteries for toys too!  Everything you bring to ODA is so very good for children & they all say thank you too!  Clothes we sort for what can use at ODA & take other to poor village children but so good quality.  I think many new clothes there, children look very smart now.  School uniforms we keep for start of school year so kids have new to start with.

 

Children & I don’t know how say thank you for money you all give for ODA & Village English Schools.  You so very kind you collect & give to children here.  We will use for food & education & Shirley will send photos when we give out uniforms to children for new school year.  I think maybe trouble here soon so we be very very careful with money so it last a long time.  I hope for Cambodia that not too much trouble for our people & not scare tourist away.  So many people get work from tourism & I hope my children & people are safe.  I think that trouble stay away from Angkor Temples so I think we be safe here.  I hope very much this so anyway.

 

All children around ODA projects want to say ‘Tom Tom Akun’ (big big thank you) that you care to help them on way to better education & life.  They all so happy to go school & work hard for better life.   

 

Best regards

Leng Touch for all children

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

来自柬埔寨ODA(孤儿及弱势协会)的谢谢

亲爱善良的人们,

我要向你们说声谢谢!你们那伟大善良的心帮助了我们这儿偏远村庄的儿童们。你们所带来的东西为孩子们带来许多的益处。太多太多要表达,我不知道怎么说感谢才好。许多益智玩具,书籍,文具及许多其他学校的东西甚至还付送玩具的电池呢!你们带来的一切,帮助了孩童许多,他们也向你们说声谢谢!衣服我们已分类,收下我们所需要的,让后将其他的送去给贫困村里的孩子们,而且衣服的质量那么好!村里现在有新衣服穿了,现在的孩子们看起来很英俊呢!校服我们会保存到学校开学为止,让他们在开学时有新校服。

 

你们所给于ODA和村里的英语学校的现金,我和孩子们都要想你们说声谢谢!你们很善良,集体贡献给这里的孩子们。我们将会运用在食物和教育上。Shirley将在我们发出新学年校服时发照片给你们。未来没办法预测所以我们会很谨慎的处理我们的钱,好好的运用。我希望柬埔寨的人们,不会添太多麻烦,吓跑了旅客。这样许多人可以从事旅游业的工作。我希望我的孩子们与人民都安全。我觉得我们和吴哥窟有段距离所以我觉得我们这里还是安全的。真的是希望这样。

 

所有在ODA的孩子们要向你们说'‘Tom Tom Akun’(大大的谢谢)因为你的关怀,帮助了他有着更好的教育和生活。他们都乐意去学校,为了更美好的生活而努力着。

 

所有儿童们至上

Recent news​

Kuching Autistic Association (KAA)

 

Core Value Training (CV) have been conducting fundraising auction in most of the class, the intention is to raise fund to Indian "Mother Earth" and this few year CV has expand their donation to many organization, Including Kuching Autistic Association (KAA).

 

The Kuching Autistic Association (KAA) was formed by a group of parents with autistic children and professionals on 18 January 1988. It was registered as a non-government organization (NGO) on 6 May 1998. The Association runs an Educational and Pre-vocational Training Centre in an old governmental bungalow (‘Banglo Lada’) at Bampfylde Road, Kuching.

 

On April 29, 2011, Kev and Evon represent Core Value Training to visit them and present a cheque of RM6,500 to the caretaker of the center, Mr Andrew. The donation of RM1,000 were generously contributed by the students of a CV 4 class in March 2011. All of them felt strongly connected with the children who are autistic and decided to lend a helping hand. In the fundraising auction that was held in Kuching, the whole class also purchased a drawing with meaningful messages that was drawn by Natalie (13 year old Graduate student) for the foundation.  This piece of art was also presented to Mr. Andrew along with the cheque.

 
 
Children of Mother Earth (COME)
 

Over the years, Linda has been especially touched by the needs of children in India, and she 

now supports one orphanage and has begun raising funds for a second one. Children of Mother

Earth (COME) was set up by its founder, a Singaporean engineer Ravi Rai, whose dream was to

create a home for underprivileged children from remote villages and those who were living on

the streets and in railway stations in Uttar Pradesh (Northern India).

 

 

Since 2003, Linda Chandler and Core Value Training have been raising funs for the organization. Now there are five centers (two in Gorakhpur, two in Lucknow and one in Delhi). Through these centers, COME provides a caring home, food, clothes, medicine, counseling (for substance  abuse) and functional literacy to more than 1200 children.

 

This, in turn, helps to keep these children off the streets and reunited with their families.

One of the goals of COME is to enable the children to become part of the wider society and community. This has been achieved, as more than 200 children have made the transition to the mainstream schools or vocational training. COME manages this transition and other issues that sometimes arise including housing runaways, lost and working children who are in need.

 

At the heart and soul of our Core Values Training Program is the belief that each of us needs to give back to our communities however we can. As Linda Chandler travels the globe giving these classes, she makes a special point to involve the students in local outreach activities. Pictured here are Core Values students in Cambodia spending an afternoon in the local village with the simple mission of spreading goodwill and joy. A feast was prepared, children were entertained with songs and balloons and dancing ensued.

 

Just as Linda walks her talk and gives back to others, she hopes to inspire sharing as a core value in all of us.

Linda Chandler with Ravi (C.O.M.E)

Linda Chandler with Ravi (C.O.M.E)

Linda Chandler, presented a cheque to Ravi (the founder and caretaker of COME). Witnessed by Core Value Graduate students.

Up close and personal

Up close and personal

Linda greets the Children of Mother Earth one by one with love.

Special presentation for COME

Special presentation for COME

Student of Core Value Graduate share their JOY and LOVE to the kids through performance.

Welcome to COME

Welcome to COME

A special performance to welcome Linda Chandler and Core Value Graduate students.