Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children's Home
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Little By Little Campaign
Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference. - Kathy Calvin-
By participating Little by Little Campaign, you can make a difference in the life of a child. The March Little by Little Campaign (runs from 09:00:00 ET on Monday, March 23, to 23:59:59 ET on Friday, March 27, 2020) is a five-day crowdfunding campaign designed to help us celebrate the power of the crowd and show that small dollars add up to big change in the life of a child.
GlobalGiving is matching eligible donations up to $50 at 50%. The money to be raised will be used for the medical of the children.
Tell your friends and family about our project—you can share this link: Little By Little Campaign Sharing with your community why you chose to support our organization will help us increase the work we can do in our community.
Mary (not her real name) was only four months old when her jobless, single mother left her at Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home, Inc. Although she was initially placed for temporary shelter, circumstances made family reunification impossible.
Mary grew up in the love and care of the Tahanan staff and received Speech Therapy from some loving and generous donors.
By God’s grace, she met her adoptive parents from US in 2016. Although she was shy to show her happiness then, she cheerfully showed it as soon as they left and eagerly awaited their return!
It was a bittersweet day for everyone when she finally left, but post of her showing her adjustment to her new family, school and church in the US, reassured the Tahanan staff that it was a good move. This was proven furthermore, when she came back for a visit. She had grown to be a tall, happy, charming and energetic 8 years old!
Fatima C. Elahe, RSW
BLESSINGS BEGET BLESSINGS
I always wondered what went on inside the house I’d pass every afternoon. It was always full of smiling children behind the gates. So in 2014, I finally entered and found out what an orphanage was like, and I learned the reason for all those smiling faces….. they were loved!
The following day, I began collecting empty bottles after school and after my shift in the office. It funded my wish to buy some stuff for the kids- towels, school supplies, etc.
After my studies, I’d visit still, and bring some friends and colleagues so they too, could feel the high I felt every time I’d go. Some of the children would get adopted and I’d always wonder if they’d still recognize me, should our path cross again someday? But all that really matters is the good memories we shared.
Gone are the days of collecting empty bottles for me… I now own my own business, and part of the earnings goes to a program called “ SHARE THE LOVE, SHARE THE BLESSINGS”. It has taught me the lesson, that in helping others. I help myself, to become a better person.
SamRam Korean and Filipino Restaurant - Owner