BREAKING NEWS: APPOINTMENT OF CEO
Bright Futures Chair, Sarah Spiker, has announced the appointment of Jack Snelling to the role of Bright Futures CEO role. Ms Spiker said, “Jack is widely known through his former public roles as SA Minister for Health & State Treasurer. The Bright Futures CEO role aligns well to Jack’s strong commitment to social justice, his abilities and desire to live out his faith in a role with great purpose. We are thrilled to welcome Jack to the Bright Futures family.”
Donations over $2 to Bright Futures Australia – Overseas Aid Fund are tax deductible.
NEW VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE OPENS IN RURAL PAKISTAN
EFT: Bright Futures Australia – Overseas Aid Fund: BSB 035-002 – Acc 392116 Cheques: Bright Futures Australia – Overseas Aid Fund Postal Address: Bright Futures, PO Box 3071 Rundle Mall, Adelaide SA 5000
To find out how your help has made a huge difference please click here – Bright Futures Newsletter December 2021.
Bright Futures Child Aid & Development Fund Australia is an Australian based Christian aid and development agency working to provide education and development opportunities for children and communities in poverty. Bright Futures currently operates in four countries – India, Pakistan, Kenya and Uganda. Bright Futures works with its overseas development partners in providing a wide range of programs relevant to local needs. These programs include schooling, health clinics, clean water projects, vocational training, self-help groups and much more.
Bright Futures partner group, Dorcas Creation has helped lift hundreds of women from the Mararui and Mathare slums in Nairobi out of poverty through vocational and business skills that build confidence and help earn an income. For just $25 a month you can join the “Uniting Dynamic Women” project and support up to four women each year through vocational and business skills training.
In India, Bright Futures partner group, the Bangalore City Mission supports the education of nearly 1,000 children. At just $42 per month you can help a child living in poverty receive a life changing education and help for their family and community through community development projects that provide healthcare, training and clean water. For more information call Deb at the Bright Futures office – (08) 7225 7175
Lukodi Health Centre, a project of Bright Futures and its partner in Northern Uganda, the Bishop Onweng Onono Foundation is in an area where access to health services are limited and many people die of preventable diseases. The Centre has a focus on birthing services for mothers and babies. The partnership also focuses on the education of the children of South Sudanese refugees living in exile in Northern Uganda.
In Pakistan, Bright Futures partners with the Christian Fellowship of Pakistan (CFP) in providing schooling for more than 200 children in a poor rural community. The school has a significant focus on the education of girls and has classes up to Year 10.
To learn more about Bright Futures projects, call Paul Madden on 0411 740 549 or the office on (08) 7225 7175.
Postal Address: PO Box 3071, Rundle Mall SA 5001
Phone: 08 7225 7175 E: email@example.com