BFWA (Borderless Friendship Western Australia Inc) and BFF would like to thank Sue Dimitrijevich and the WAHPSA (Western Australia Health Promoting Schools Association) for donating the water bottles for the hill tribe children of Northern Thailand in February 2011.

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Children from both the Akha and Lahu tribes benefited from their generosity. The children often walk long distances from the hostel back to their villages. Their trip is now safer because they can carry clean drinking water.

Dear BFF and BFWA board members and supporters,

May I extend my sincerely thanks to all of you again for your working so hard and contributed all your valuable time, budget, energies for the concert on 12 February 2011, I think it was great beginning of BFF and I was told by many people that the concert was such wonderful because they can see the connection or the whole pictures of donors, recipients, supporters and stakeholders on the show and of course the quality of show were very high too. Special thanks to Samantha Lu and all her lovely family members for the beautiful voice of 3 languages it was wonderful team work show too. And sorry that I can’t mentioned all your name in this email however, please know that you are always in my heart, in my prayer and today the “HAPPINESS IS IN OUR HEART ALREADY” Isn't it?????

May God bless to Borderless Friendship Western Australia (BFWA) delegation back to home sweet home on Tuesday 15 February 2011 about noon time, have nice day with BFF board members too.

During the 14-18th of Feb I may not able to access internet because I will take our volunteers from BFWA (fund raiser) Sarah and Lize to see the whole pictures of kids and the parents' living condition in Prao and Chiang Rai we do hope this trip will be very productive journey too.

Regarding to the expenses and income from the concert I think Ms.Krongjit and Ms.Suparie will summary and report to you on pretty soon.

Again thanks to everyone and blessing.

Pramote Eua-amnuay
BFF President

On the 12th of February 2011 we'll have a fundraising concert in Chiang Mai. There are 2 rounds of the concert: 16:30-18:30 and 19:00-21:00. Please contact Pramote at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for ticket information and purchase.

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Details of the shows...

Live music from Jeremy & Terry from Perth Australia
Puppetry from Hochiminh City
Dance from Chiang Mai University Dance Club
Performance from hill tribe children

Our website now has 2 new songs for you to download. Check out the songs at the Home page.The donation amount is up to you to decide. All the money goes to help Pramote, the President of BFF Thailand, who is self-employed and responsible for more than 2000 hill tribe children in the northern Thailand.

Our friend, Alison Kershaw, has written the statement below for us.

The first one is Wholly One - composed and sung by Terry and sung at an Advent mediation and All Souls Day river service organised by Sue L-C and Alison Kershaw.

The second one is Deep calls to Deep - with words by Alison Kershaw (based on Psalm 42) and music by Terry. He sang it at the Easter vigil we held with local songwriters last year. The recording was made with impromptu backing vocals at a Transmission Lounge night - a monthly event where people can share their songs or poens etc with a friendly audience.

The new building was dedicated on 18 December 2010.  Have a look at the photos.

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Click on the play button to listen to Dr Lorel Mayberry, President BFWA, speak with Jenny Seaton (Curtin FM). Lorel talks about her work, including the life-changing endeavours of BFWA.

 

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