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Bethany Childrens Home

 
FTMS Project No: SABCH001 Observe note in green lower this page. Donations shall primary be paid through SA Sweden
The Salvation Army Philippines runs a home for girls 9 - 18years old called Bethany Children's Home in Quezon City, Metro Manila. It was until 2000 an orphanage for all children but came to be a shelter for girls that had been victimised for trafficking, incest, rape and other violations.
 
Some Hospitals and Department of Social Welfare and Development contacts The Salvation Army when there is a young girl that need help. This girls has reported their violator and is waiting for trial. The girls life is in this case in danger since the violator or his/her relatives may want to revenge themselves at the girl.
 
After trial and if the situation look safe to the girl she is transferred back to her home and family. The problem is that it is not always that simple to find back to the family of the girl again. Some times the family of the girl has moved because they are threatened by the violator or his/her relatives too. Some times the family, who might is poor, want their child to stay in the home of The Salvation Army because they feel she has it better there than in her own home and therefore refuse to take her back.
Some times the home of the girl is still not safe enough for her to move back.

Bethany Children's home has a number of overstaying girls because of the reasons above. The problem is that The Salvation Army in the Philippines has no budget for lodging these girls that is now in upper teenage too. The solution is by now that they are sharing room with the personnel at the home. There is neither a budget for their studies so they has to find solutions by themselves to finance their studies or living which is hard in this case since the Home has not personnel enough to help.
 ..:: Solution ::..
In the entrance of Bethany Children's Home there is a house that could be restored with rooms for overstayers and make them a temporary home while educating or searching work until their finances or life situation allow them to move to their own.
 
A budget for restoring and running this part of the home could be raised as well as a budget for tuition fees to Colleagues if there is people that is willing to donate a small amount annually for this purpose.
 
We are now raising this issue to The Salvation Army Sweden and other that is interested to contribute to this issue. We hope that The Salvation Army Sweden could be able to start up a project fund. Meantime FTMS is able to help in this transactions.
Referring to donations in Sweden we in FTMS/FTMW appreciate if you make your payment to The Salvation Army's 90-accounts directly which is: Plusgiro 900480-5, BG 900-4805 or make a donation online at www.fralsningsarmen.se or https://salvationarmy.org.ph/our-work/bethany-girls-home/
 
Print CLEARLY: Bethany Children's Home, Philippines
If Donation is meant for tuition fee for Colleagues print: Tuition Fee
If Donation is meant for dormitory for the elderly girls print: Dormitory
If Donation is meant to cover all expenses print: Bethany Children's Home, Philippines.
 
 
Donations can be swished in Sweden to:    9004599
or paid to us in EURO or SEK on followed account:
90 04 59-9 EUR
90 04 59-9 SEK
IBAN SE31 9500 0099 6042 0418 2960
SWIFT (BIC-Code): NDEASESS
Bank: NORDEA Sweden
For further information, please contact:
FTMS Filipino Tribe Mission Sweden                                               Reg. No: 802422-2393
Att: Klaveness
Ekgatan 7B
S213 63 Malmö, Sweden
Phone: +46 40 497 969
Cell Phone: +46 705 987 266
E-mail: ftms@tribemission.com
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90 04 59-9 SEK & EUR
9004599    Swish
Bg 900-4599
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Bank: NORDEA Sweden
IBAN SE31 9500 0099 6042 0418 2960
SWIFT (BIC-Code): NDEASESS
FTMW Filipino Tribe Mission Welfare Inc. Philippines                    Reg. No: CN200525494
 
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