After her mother died and her uncle could no longer afford to pay for school, Lillian dropped out of school, married off and went to work in a factory. As a beneficiary for KKU, her life has changed drastically. She can now afford a house rent and medical bills. She has also been able to save money so that, in the future, she can buy land for her family.
DREAM FOR THE FUTURE
“I plan to pay fees for my daughter to enable her study to the highest level. I also plan to buy a plot of land to put up a two-roomed house for us.”
“I have been a choir member and I enjoy singing in church. Now I also enjoy crocheting.”
“Love means caring for others as you would have others care for you. Love is also sharing and feeling for others.”
MESSAGE TO KKi
“I pray that God empowers the founders of KKU and that they continue to bless everyone who is making crocheting beneficial to the disadvantaged people.”