I am understanding, good and helpful.
I am married with four children, 3 girls and one boy. They are all studying. My husband is a fisherman.
Before I worked at Dignity, I just stayed home. Sometimes I would cook rice cakes to sell to augment our family income.
At Dignity, I work in the packaging section. I make sure that the UPC sticker is properly attached to the boxes, that the lot code is clear and that the dates indicated thereon are correct.
My hopes for my children is for them to finish their studies so that when the time comes that they have their own families, life would not be hard for them and they would be happy.
In this lifetime, I wish to be stable and strong in the face of problems and to continue trusting the Lord and to be prayerful.
Since I started working at Dignity, my family and I are so happy. Dignity is such a big help to me. Now I am able to help my husband meet our family’s needs and we are now able to buy what we want. I used to have to walk in going to work. Now we have a motorcycle. I no longer find it hard to look for means of transportation to bring my children to school. I am so thankful to Dignity and their help to people like me.
Carol’s family overcame addiction to become a flourishing family.
From inconsistent income to a steady job, his family has hope for their future.