Stories are about bringing people into FijiLIFE’s world through conversation and dialogue. It begins by seeking to map, explore, and understand poverty and social welfare and medical needs in Fiji. We stand at the unique intersection of many peoples lives as they answer challenges to their future well-being. These stories show how rewarding it is to work with people in Fiji needing a bit of help in life and how every unique beneficiary gives our journey meaning.
Marika in Labasa has weak lower limbs since birth. VSIAF constructed a ramp for Marika to access his house and surrounds.
Building stronger communities by encouraging small business owners to flourish.
Helping with financial and material when natural disasters strike or other humanitarian crises arise.
Make A Gift of Grahame Southwick’s book “Hard Day At The Office”. Funds are donated to JP Bayly Trust for Fiji families.
FijiLIFE’s purpose is to bring hope, love, and service to vulnerable Fijians and act to change the lives of the poor & needy.
Diabetes Care On Wheels will see the creation of a ‘medivan’, equipped to bring diabetes care to rural communities.
Viti Spinal Injuries helps improve the quality of life for people affected by spinal injuries and the physically challenged.
Fiji Society for the Blind provides a wide range of services for children and their families around Fiji since 1970.
The Home provides for sick, frail, elderly and severely disabled people from multi-ethnic and religious backgrounds.