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Aid in funding Computer Lessons for Children in Orphanage

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At Jodie O'Shea we not only want to raise our children in a loving environment, but we also want to prepare them to a life in society and equip them with skills that will help them in their adult lives. That's why we started giving Computer Lessons. The children have two classes per week. As part of the sponsorship program, the older children are encouraged to develop their own Facebook page so that they can talk in English with their sponsor. Computer skills and learning English is an important part of their development , as one of Bali's main industries is Tourism. Having both of these skills, the children will have an excellent standing for working in the tourism industry. All of the computers as well as the furniture have been donated already. Classes cost 1M Rupiah for eight classes. As part of our strategy plan we would like to upgrade the computers in the next 12 months. We, and our little kids, will be grateful for any help you can provide!

At Jodie O'Shea we not only want to raise our children in a loving environment, but we also want to prepare them to a life in society and equip them with skills that will help them in their adult lives. That's why we started giving Computer Lessons. The children have two classes per week. As part of the sponsorship program, the older children are encouraged to develop their own Facebook page so that they can talk in English with their sponsor. Computer skills and learning English is an important part of their development , as one of Bali's main industries is Tourism. Having both of these skills, the children will have an excellent standing for working in the tourism industry. All of the computers as well as the furniture have been donated already. Classes cost 1M Rupiah for eight classes. As part of our strategy plan we would like to upgrade the computers in the next 12 months. We, and our little kids, will be grateful for any help you can provide!