Charity project to feed more kids in PNG

Operation Food For Life is planning to expand its facilities to feed 1000 children and young people.

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Operation Food for Life (OFFL) is making good progress in its plans to help more children in desperate need.

The organisation’s latest initiative is to increase the capacity of its Born Free Sanctuary in Papua New Guinea.

The not-for-profit charity group is aiming to build a new dormitory for boys and young men along with a new commercial kitchen. OFFL currently cares for 400 children, 30 of whom live in the Sanctuary. These new facilities would allow the Sanctuary to care for more children and young people, and feed 1000 people per week.

According to new OFFL president Dr Branimir Schubert, generous donors have contributed significantly towards this initiative, with almost all the funds received to build the dormitory and new kitchen.

OFFL also runs a school in Kovri, north of Port Moresby, which the organisation raised funds for and built, and serves the sick and imprisoned in PNG hospitals and prisons.

“It has become evident to our management team that there is so much more that needs to be done,” Dr Schubert said.

Founded by Dennis Perry and David Woolley, OFFL has been providing food, clothing, education, healthcare and support to underprivileged communities in Papua New Guinea for over 25 years.

OFFL is an independent ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Inquiries:

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