Mae Pa Kinship Project
The Mae Pa Kinship Project serves a community full of need. The school at this Project hosts classes for poor and refugee families, some who have lived around the trash dump in the area for over 20 years. For many of the students, their parents live in the corn and sugar cane fields and work almost 12 hours a day. Without school, the children would have nowhere to go while their parents are gone.
This Kinship Project needs your help to create a better life for children who have so little. Could you join them? Make your tax-deducible gift today.
You're Helping Refugees with the Mae Pa Kinship Project
As of this update, Mae Pa’s Kinship Project Leaders have been able to get these Kinship Project programs up and running because of YOU. You’re giving them the resources to offer the community the amazing opportunities checked off below:
Will you become a member of the Mae Pa Kinship Project team by supporting it monthly and helping more children with Pastor Kusol? Learn more here.
Kinship Project Leaders
Pastor Kusol and his wife Yupin