Positive Life Radio Listeners Provide Relief for Cambodian Flood Victims

Positive Life Radio's (PLR) fund-raising campaign, Rice for Cambodia, recently brought in a total of $82,393.32 to purchase rice for victims of flooding in Cambodia. The money will purchase 317 tons of rice, or 12,675 50-pound bags of rice. Each 50-pound bag will feed a family of four for four to six weeks.

PLR partners in this campaign with Musicianaries International, Inc., a non-profit organization founded by Christian recording artist Bobby Michaels to promote the gospel. PLR listeners donated $78,009.32 of the funds raised, with the remaining $4,383.00 raised through concerts performed by Michaels.

"We will be able to make a huge difference in thousands and thousands of people's lives on this next trip to Cambodia!" says Michaels, "We are humbled by the outpouring of the PLR listeners' love for the Cambodian people through their generous pledges."

Musicianaries team members who travel to Cambodia to distribute the rice also nourish the Cambodian people spiritually, providing them with the gospels of John and Luke in the Khmer language. They look forward to the trip in February and seeing the smiles of 50,000 Cambodians.

For more information on the Rice for Cambodia campaign, visit www.plr.org, and for more information on Musicianaries International, Inc., visit www.musicianaries.org.

January 01, 2005 / Walla Walla University
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