Hey Kevin,

We just wanted to write to you personally.

We wanted to let you know how deeply grateful we are for your generous donations towards The Kvell Project and to highlight the lasting impact you have made, not only to this cause but to us as well. When we think back to the our first Children’s Camp fundraiser and the kindness you exuded with barely knowing us, we are inspired and encouraged by your altruism, your faith in partnering with us and your belief in these kids as we journey together in impacting their lives on the Thai/Burma border. We recognise that this is not the first, but the second year you have supported us, and what you have achieved is nothing short of monumental.

You have managed to take 24 children and 5 children’s home staff on a 5 day camp for 2 years in row, traveling a total of 2120+ kilometres and providing approximately 697+ meals. Alongside this, over these 2 trips you have given the children the opportunity to experience the wider world with 16+ life-affirming activities which include trips to National Parks, Elephant Sanctuaries and Museums, to life’s simple pleasures like a day on the beach. An escape from their place in the world as displaced people, truly a time to let the kids be kids.

It is such an amazing feat and has significantly empowered the children, embedding in them such unforgettable experiences.

We wanted to share with you a few pictures of the trip so you could get a glimpse of the smiles and laughs you have created.

These children have been directly affected by the longest running civil war to date. Thank you again for making them feel valued, loved and cared for. This could not have been done without you.

With thanks

Vy-liam Ng & The Whole Kvell Project Team

2016 Children’s Camp | Hua Hin

2016 Children’s Camp | Hua Hin

2018 Children Camp | Pattaya

2018 Children Camp | Pattaya

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We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear.
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