Bayly Trust Newsletter – December 2021
Published: 31st Dec 2021
A mothers struggle during COVID-19
By Lavinia Maria – recipient – sponsor a family program
I got married in 2007 and have 2 sons and 2 daughters. I have a child in primary school, 2 in secondary school
and the youngest is 3 years old. During my 14 years of marriage, I faced a lot of domestic violence and abuse. I kept forgiving my husband but he never changed.
Highest English Mark Award
By Unaisi Adimanunu, recipient of highest mark English Award
Growing up in an underprivileged family was a great struggle for my parents because we never had very much. We are living in the Hart settlement at Wainibuku. My dad is disabled so my mum was the sole bread winner of the family.
2020-21: Challenging Years
By Sarojani Michael, Manager West
It was shocking, heartbreaking, and scary but at the same time you saw the kindness of strangers reaching out to
help one another.
JP Bayly Trust welcomes Welfare Chairpersons
In 2021, the Board reviewed the welfare constitutions and decided that it needed to be overhauled as it was deemed
too unwieldly to govern welfare activities. As a result of this, a set of rules and regulations were developed and discussed with all managers as well as branch chairpersons.
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