2010 Implementation by Pablito Alarcon


From 2005 through 2011, the physically challenged students of Rosario Elementary School (RES) had grown from the one-classroom donated by Fil-Am Manassas to the 4- classrooms, 2 story building donated by the Local Government Unit (LGU). The funding was not enough to provide the ceiling in the hallway and the principal is requesting FtH to … Continue reading 2010 Implementation by Pablito Alarcon

2010 Gift Giving Implementation by Gloria T. Caoile


Submitted by Gloria T. Caoile Co-Chair, FtH Gift Giving Program The FtH Gift Giving Program is one of six programs designed to uplift the spirit and well-being of the poorest of the poor in the Philippines. Organized in l993 with the single purpose of distributing gift packages, FtH has broadened its objectives and programs to … Continue reading 2010 Gift Giving Implementation by Gloria T. Caoile

Seeing the Philippines Through Feed the Hungry By Cayan Topacio


Going back to the Philippines with the Feed the Hungry group is like light passing through a prism. The result is a rainbow of unpredictable colorful experiences. My first trip took me to Aklan to a municipality named New Washington. Being from the State of Washington I found the coincidence quite amusing. Aklan is host … Continue reading Seeing the Philippines Through Feed the Hungry By Cayan Topacio

Classrooms for the Physically-Challenged Students


The first encounter of FtH to assist physically-challenged students was during the early years of FtH in 1993. FtH received a donation of Braille books and tapes from the Carlos Alberto “Chuckie” Family. I was surprised when the US Post Office accepted the mailing of three boxes of books and tapes FREE of stamps. The … Continue reading Classrooms for the Physically-Challenged Students