Below are photos of feeding implementations: Lutucan Central School at Sariaya, Quezon Beneficiary: 50 school children (5-8 years old) for six-month feeding. Total Amount of Assistance: PhP89,250 (US$2,232.00). The feeding started the third week of October 2013 and completed in March 2014. Municipality of Cordon Day Care Center at Cordon, Isabela Beneficiary: 58 pre-schoolers for six-month feeding. Total … Continue reading Feeding Projects in 2015
The Commission on Filipinos Overseas would like to seek the assistance of the Feed the Hungry, Inc. (FtH) to help Baby Jhonny B. Jermia to sustain his daily basic and medical needs. He was diagnosed with Occipitocervical meningoencephalocele (a rare congenital anomaly that is characterized by herniation of brain tissue through a defect in skull) … Continue reading We are asking for your financial assistance for Baby Jhonny
The Negotiating Team of FTH as shown in the picture below met with the amiable and charming President of FWN last night at Tysons Center to settle our differences but was even able to forge a partnership between the two organizations! Talking about finding opportunities in the midst of crisis? This is one case! As … Continue reading FTH x FWN Partnership
Feed the Hungry volunteers visited Co Su Gian Home for the Aged in Davao City to bring sacks of rice and other food items that the residents want and need. Giving hope where it’s needed is Feed the Hungry’s mission. Co Su Gian Center for the Elderly, Senior Citizen Federation of Davao CityAn 80-person capacity … Continue reading Co Su Gian Home for the Aged, Davao City
Feed the Hungry, Inc. volunteers visited the House of Hope Foundation for Kids with Cancer in Davao City bringing with them gifts and treated them to lunch. True to its mission of giving hope wherever it’s needed, FtH volunteers selflessly travelled far and wide in the Philippines to deliver these.
Feed the Hungry Volunteers went to Laylayan, Iloilo for a Turn-over Ceremony of the two Classroom School donated to this community by Feed the Hungry and PAMWE. A year ago, a water system was also donated by the same group. This time we brought books, backpacks, school supplies, and to the delight of everybody especially … Continue reading Feed the Hungry Visits Laylayan, Iloilo