Care for 20 Children 0-10 Years Old in Philippines

by Angel House Orphanage Foundation, Inc.
Care for 20 Children 0-10 Years Old in Philippines

Project Report | Apr 15, 2024
HAVING A POSITIVE IMPACT IN THE COMMUNITY

By David Donaldson | Project Leader

A vibrant and colorful daycare center
A vibrant and colorful daycare center

HAVING A POSITIVE IMPACT IN THE COMMUNITY

Ever since Angel House Orphanage Foundation was established in 2010, it has strived to partner with the local community to aid impoverished families and improve access to education. We support the seven Day-care centers located in our barangay; these government-operated centers are dedicated to imparting basic academic and socialization skills to children aged three to four years old. They serve as a strong foundation for students who will transition to pre-school at the age of five and operate on weekdays during the morning hours. Unfortunately, these buildings often suffer from neglect and disrepair. In response, Angel House has undertaken the task of renovating all seven Day-care centers. Our efforts involve repairing broken furniture and enhancing the centers' appearance by painting them in vibrant colors. Furthermore, we provide valuable resources such as books, writing supplies, and educational toys. Our aim is to create an engaging environment that fosters a love for learning and enables children to enjoy their early educational experience.

Thanks to your amazing support through GlobalGiving, we have been able to expand our community outreach programs to include a feeding initiative and scholarships. During the pandemic we started a feeding program that aims to provide a monthly allocation of a 25kg bag of rice to twenty of the most destitute families. Recognizing the detrimental effects of malnutrition on both health and academic performance, this intervention plays a crucial role in supporting vulnerable families.

Our comprehensive scholarship program for up to forty elementary school students helps families who face financial constraints preventing them from sending their children to school. In addition to covering all school fees, we also provide uniforms, school bags, and essential school supplies. We stipulate that scholars must maintain 90% attendance as we firmly believe that education is the pivotal factor in breaking the cycle of poverty.

Although our residential center that offers a nurturing and secure home for up to twenty young children remains our main program and is where most of your donations will be utilized, the positive impact that GlobalGiving funds have on so many families in the local community through our outreach programs deserves to be recognized and we appreciate your continued support.  

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Angel House Orphanage Foundation, Inc.

Location: San Isidro - Philippines
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Project Leader:
David Donaldson
San Isidro , Philippines

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