Children's Joy Foundation, Inc.

The vision of Children's Joy is to achieve excellence of its operation in greater heights to empower the children in God's way to live a life of responsibility, and accountability to become a strong pillar in nation building. The mission of Children's Joy Foundation is to reach out the greater masses of destitute children in the country that are neglected, abandoned, dependent, and orphaned by feeding them, providing them a decent shelter, providing them with decent clothing, and sending them to school to achieve their dreams, become responsible and accountable in their community and nation building. The goal of Children's Joy is to provide three million children in the Phili...
Improve Nutrition for 60 IP Filipino Children
 
$12,641
$5,359
Raised
Remaining
The indigenous people (IP) in the Philippines are among the poorest sectors in the country. They are hardly reached with the basic services due to accessibility factor and neglect. As a result IP children generally have poor nutrition because of parents' lack of awareness and financial difficulty to buy foods rich in nutritional value. project reportread updates from the field
Long Term Initiatives to Typhoon Haiyan Victims
 
$42,274
$379,726
Raised
Remaining
The estimated damage of typhoon Haiyan is 34 billion pesos. With this tremendous devastation, every recovery effort must be sustained to achieve greater impact to victims' lives. That is why CJFI will continue its long term recovery program to reach out more number of victims and gain wider scope of communities assisted. This initiative will cover the municipalities including Tacloban City with coastal barangays facing Leyte Gulf with thousands of fishing families who were badly affected. project reportread updates from the field
Help Feed and Send to School Poor Kids in the Phil
 
$75,866
$459,017
Raised
Remaining
The Children's Joy Foundation, Inc. (CJFI) has been helping thousands of destitute children in the Philippines since 1998 by feeding, clothing, providing them with decent shelter, and sending them to school. The primary intention of this noble work is to help these children reach their potentials to become strong pillar in nation building. CJFI established and maintain 7 Child Care Residential Homes run by professional Social Workers, Psychologists, and educators to carry out this mission. project reportread updates from the field
Help 500 Filipino Children be Literate in Computer
 
$606
$93,962
Raised
Remaining
Based on the data, 60% of the public schools in the Philippines have at least one computer unit. The rest of the public schools in the Philippines have not even a single computer unit. This is true in poor communities and inaccessible barangays. That is why many of the public schools students living in these communities are far behind in computer knowledge compared to their counterparts who are studying in private schools in the cities and well-funded government learning institutions. project reportread updates from the field
Child Day Care Centers for 100 Haiyan Kid Victims
 
$29,426
$0
Raised
Remaining
This project will build 3 Child Day Care Centers to benefit 90-100 young children age 2-5 in Yolanda hit areas in the Phil. A Day Care Center is a pre-school barangay-based facility that ensures total development and protection of children through mental and intellectual simulation exercises, supervised recreation, games, and supplemental feeding with balance nutritious food 5 days a week in six months period. project reportread updates from the field
Help feed and clothe flood victims in Philippines
 
$10,080
$0
Raised
Remaining
The Children's Joy Foundation, Inc. operates in the provinces of Cavite and Laguna, Philippines. It has residential centers in these provinces where poor children beneficiaries are feed, clothe, and send to school. These provinces are among the hardest-hit provinces based on the report of the Office of Civil Defense in the region. Many families have been affected by severe flooding in the area including the families or relatives of the beneficiaries Children's Joy who live in these provinces. project reportread updates from the field
Food for Victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda
 
$55,234
$0
Raised
Remaining
The impact of Super Typhoon Yolanda / Haiyan is so immense. As described by the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC), Typhoon Yolanda is the most violent and worst typhoon that ever hit in the Philippines for the last decade or so. Yolanda is already out of the Philippine area of responsibility but it is leaving huge destructions to properties, communication facilities, and economic condition of the areas affected. project reportread updates from the field
IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE TO FIRE VICTIMS IN DAVAO CITY
 
$19,785
$0
Raised
Remaining
Approximately 3, 700 families were displaced after a fire engulfed three coastal barangays in Davao City, Philippines last April 4, 2014. The Children's Joy Foundation Inc. aims to provide disaster assistance to these displaced families by giving their immediate basic needs such as the constant distribution of meals and food packs and help the community recover from the said disaster. project reportread updates from the field
 

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