Fundraising Target

$10,000

(Not Tax Deductible)

Project Type

Education & Training|Living Expenses|Priority Ministry Initiatives

$1,550

Raised so far this year

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Details

Project Code: TNva205

Muana and Villy have three girls, Yindii, Zoe and Libi. 

This project contributes to Muana and Villy's overall support target, towards the regular and ongoing education costs for each of their daughters. 


Yindii now attends uni in Australia, having recently moved to Australia and commenced her second year of studies. She has transitioned well and is beginning to enjoy life in Australia. Zoe is in her final year of secondary school and will graduate later this year, while Libi, the youngest, will start middle school mid-year. 

The education they receive provides a good foundation for their future. With the girls attending a local Christian international school, they have access to a good education and interact with peers, while providing Muana and Villy the time and energy to be involved in their ministries among the community as well as leading the Baptist Mission Australia Ethnic Thai team.   

Your support of this project helps Yindii, Zoe and Libi have a good education while their family lives and serves God in Thailand.

This is an annual project. Any gifts received above the target amount will contribute to next year's budget.

Gifts to this project are NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

Important Note

Each project item is a small part of a larger program of community transformation. The values listed are an estimate of how much each item costs within the broader program. If your selected project item is already fully funded when your gift arrives, we will allocate your gift to items that fulfill a similar purpose. All care is taken to ensure project and gift information on this website is accurate and up to date. However, project information may change without notice. If you wish to discuss your project choice, call the Project Coordinator (03) 9819 4944 or email projects@globalinteraction.org.au.