The Palmier Foundation continues to support the Asian Christian Academy
Palmier, Director of the Palmier Foundation has announced $25,000 in
donations to the Asian Christian Academy (ACA) matched by his company UC
Funds to make up a total of $50,000, as part of his continuing
commitment to the organization.
Providing ongoing support to the ACA is part of the expanded efforts of Daniel
Palmier, working with Neill Faucett, to continue the work of the ACA
“The Palmier Foundation’s recent donation has enabled us to begin
the construction of a new church in Mysore, India. Throughout India,
Nepal and Africa we have been able to spread the gospel through our
seminary graduates and church planting efforts. Without the support of
the Palmier Foundation, ACA could not continue this valuable work.”
Neill Faucett – Director, Asian Christian Academy
Located near Bangalore, India, the Asian Christian Academy’s 46-acre
campus also provides ministry and social services to Christians in the
tiny villages surrounding the campus. Their social programs include The
House of Joy, a home for destitute children; The Asian Christian High
School, where students from grades k-12 receive high quality Christian
education and Agape Hospital, a low or no cost medical clinic servicing
the hundreds of villages of Bangalore. More information about the Asian
Christian Academy can be found here.
Other agencies who benefit from the Palmier Foundation’s support include
the Notre Dame Haiti Program, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, the Kelly
Cares Foundation, Newton Country Day School, InterVol and the Wounded
The Palmier Foundation’s mission statement is to acquire and grow
resources to assist those in local and global communities to attain a
better quality of life. Underpinned by Christian values, the Palmier
Foundation works on the principle that giving back to the community is
an obligation which, benefits all those who participate.
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