After the flood

Posted by Spalding Hurst

March 12, 2019

Dear friends,

Bangalore Province would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to all those who reached out to help with the Kerala Flood victims (in August/September last) and the calamity that devastated Kerala that affected both the poor and the rich equally.

Several kind-hearts and generous souls came forward to render your services in the form of finance, material goods, and definitely with prayers and moral support. All of you came forward instantly and helped the victims without any hesitation.

So far we have been able to help 20 families from where our Sisters are in ministry in Kakavayl, Anakampoil and Kallanode. We have helped to reconstruct 20 homes through the Asha Deep Society in the districts of Waynad, Kozhikode, and Trichur in Kerala. Some work is still in progress.

We have received help from SCN Congregation, SCN missions, ministries, Churches, parishes, schools, staff, students, and many faithful people. We can only say thank you and keep everyone in our prayers that God may continue to bless you all.

Yours gratefully,

Sister Amrita Manjaly


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