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Daniela Starts A Grocery Store – The Philippines

26 April 2012 One Comment

Thanks to your wonderful donations and support, Daniela and her family now have the supplies to open their own grocery store. Your donations, also, went to the purchase of school supplies and household needs items. Daniela and her family received the following items below.

Construction materials to build a small store
Grocery items for the store
Electrical supplies for the store
School supplies and case to carry them
Clothing
Shoes
Sewing machine, an iron, large selection of fabrics, threads and sewing supplies
Groceries for the family’s consumption
Single burner stove and LPG tank
Kitchenware including a rice cooker, thermos, and kettle

Visit Daniela’s School Supplies and Income Generating Project.

Children International’s local office in the Philippines writes:
“The family would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude for the gifts delivered. They were overwhelmed with the special gifts. The whole family was teary eyed and said thank you is not enough to express the mixed emotion of gratitude and appreciation for this blessings.

Daniela was so joyful seeing her family appreciating all the gifts they received. She was, also, very bubbly in selling items from their store. She said “I have new shoes, clothes, school supplies and profitable business for us. I have nothing to ask for but a generous heart like my sponsor upon growing up.” The family said that they wish the sponsor excellent health, happiness, prosperity, tranquillity, felicity, love and safety at all times.”

Daniela (8)



See photos of Daniela and read a letter of thanks from her to her sponsor.


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  • kanisha said:

    wish you a good luck daniela.i wish to succeed in your grocery store.

    easymandi

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