Agape Fish Fund partners with local churches and volunteers to provide meals, supplies, and Christian support for the homeless in San Jose, California.
On May 17, 2109, our team of six volunteers distributed clothes, food, dog food, socks, band-aids, hand wipes, toilet paper, soap, and toothbrushes to eight homeless people.
Agape Fish Fund partners with EPA Dream Tutoring Center to provide tutoring and Christian mentorship to low-income students in East Palo Alto, California. EPA Dream Tutoring Center, led by Mike and Sierra Wei, continues the tutoring ministry that used to be known as O’Keefe.
field trip to aviation museum
On Saturday, April 13, 2019, we took the students to Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos, California. This activity was a super fun way to learn about planes and spend time developing relationships with each other. Many thanks to Jack, Jason, Lotta, and Sierra for coming with us.
A notable quote from Kevin: "The museum just has the outdoor airplane for the 'likes.'"
Agape Fish Fund partners with Southeast Asian Prayer Center (SEAPC) to provide orphans and children in Cambodia with a Christian home and education.
Khmer New Year
During Khmer New Year, most people travel to their home towns to celebrate with family and friends. Schools are closed for at least two weeks. If it is safe for a child in a children's home to visit family, they go and visit them during this time. It helps to maintain relationships between the children and any family they have and gives them the opportunity to share Jesus with those family members as well. For those who either do not have any known family or for whom it would not be safe, they stay at the children’s home and celebrate there.
When the children visit family, there is always the risk that they will not return. With so many children visiting families each April for the holiday, we always wonder how many will not return. Of course, we want the children to be with family who loves them and can support them, but if the situation would not be good for the child to stay there, we prefer for the child to return to the children’s home. We are happy to hear so far that only two children have not returned. Praise God! We pray this continues as we wait to hear from all of the homes.
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