Church raises $1.09m in voluntary contributions
The Christian Mission Fellowship College family day was able to raise $1.09 million at the school at Newtown, Nasinu, yesterday. This was confirmed by chairman of the family fun day committee Pastor Manasa Tusulu. The college is run by the Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI).
“Our target was $1mn. 46 zones participated in the fun day and each zone’s target was to raise $30,000. The 46 zones are in the Suva-Nakasi corridor,” Pastor Tusulu said.
“The reason for raising the funds was to build another three-story building for Christian Mission Fellowship College.
“Other divisions joined us and I want to thank everyone who made the event a success. I thank the zone members for their willingness and joy for giving what they had and the parents for supporting their children.”
Pastor Tusulu said it was a success because of the members willingness to work together.
“Phase one of the school was opened this year which is catering year nine to year 12. In November phase two will start which will see a three-story building,” he said.
“We are hoping to complete the threestory building in 2020. After its completion we will then have year 13.”
Zone 15 during the Christian Mission Fellowship College family day at New Town on October 13, 2018.
Zone 14 during the Christian Mission Fellowship College family day at New Town on October 13, 2018.