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Loloma 2017 Mission Report

“If you want to touch the past, touch a rock. If you want to touch the present, touch a flower. If you want to touch the future, touch a life.” 98 VOLUNTEERS ~ 66 DAYS OF MISSION WORK Navutu Stars Mission:  Dental: 50 prosthetics made and delivered in the field, 249 extractions, 127 restorations Medical: at 10 different island clinics, 920 patients treated Matangi Island Mission: Dental: 279 patients treated, 334 extractions, 198 restorations

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2018 Loloma Foundation Volunteer Missions Announced

Loloma Foundation is pleased to announce it's 2018 medical and humanitarian missions. It takes many volunteers to continue our support to the people of the South Pacific. We need packers, planners, artists, box movers, moral supporters and financial support. Of course if you have the hankering for an adventure join us for one of our missions to Fiji. We can promise you beautiful Islands, beautiful people a life long memory and the satisfaction that

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2017 Navutu Stars Mission Report

We continue to be eternally grateful to Madda, Giovanna and Freddie, the owners of Navutu Stars, who continue to gift the entire resort to our teams for the duration of our mission . For over a decade, we have been guided by their altruistic spirit to provide medical and dental care to Navutu’s community, the very gracious rural Fijians of the Yasawas   You are exemplary of supporting the global community of humanity.   We all are enriched

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2016 mission report from Loloma Foundation

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller While I’d never, ever want to relive dealing with the events caused by the devastation of Cyclone Winston, it was the year that epitomized the immense power of what a global community can do. Donors opened their wallets and hearts, and over 500 people stepped up to deliver, stabilize and rebuild those affected by the cyclone. Everyone worked hard to meet deadlines dictated

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Video Loloma Foundation 2016 Solomon Island Mission

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Rebuilding a Stronger Community: Cyclones Won’t Wait

At the Loloma Foundation, we speak often of the power of community and never has it been more evident than during this past month as we maneuvered to quickly meet the needs of our Fijian community who had been so compromised by Cyclone Winston.[maxbutton id="10"] Immediately, Julie and Robin Kelly of Nakia compiled a thorough assessment of the needs of over 2200 people in South Taveuni and Lavena. The back side of Qamea was assessed by Christene

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Donate Now: Rebuild a Stronger Coummunity

Cyclones Won't Wait! We are reaching out to all of you who know and love our Fijian friends to ask for your support. It is a clear fact that all of their farms have been decimated and they will need help until their crops can be replanted. Most of these rural people have no means to “buy” food. If possible, please help us help them. Any amount you are able to contribute will enable a family to sustain themselves in this time of need. The Loloma

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Loloma’s 2015 missions. Hundreds of volunteers. Thousands of hours. Vinaka, Vinaka.

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2015 mission report from Loloma Foundation

As the 2015 mission portion of our year draws to a close, it has been most gratifying to acknowledge what the power of community can do.   Yasawa mission: 1222 people treated and screened for surgical candidacy in rural clinics by our medical team over a period of 6 days.  We were able to fund the transport costs of 35 Yasawans who made their way on a trip of a lifetime to Taveuni where a variety of surgeries were  performed. Meanwhile, in

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Loloma and Volcom Bring Backpacks to Fiji

This time of year our young people turn their thoughts back to the classroom. Whether it is stocking up on pencils and notebooks or preparing for those long nights of study. The kids in Fiji went through this transition in January--- (their school year and seasons are almost exactly opposite of North America). But when you live in a small village in Fiji it’s not quiet as easy coming up with school supplies by running to the nearest Staples are

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