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Table

Of Contents

Message from the Chairman 4

Message from the President 5

Message from the Execu ve 6


Director

The Editorial Team 7

The 2016 Board of Trustees 8

History 9

Vision, Mission and Goals 10

The Beneficiaries 11

Where We Work 12

2016 Accomplishments 13

Accredita ons 14

Program 15

Educa on Mobile Educa on: Bringing the school 16


to street children
The streets as their classrooms 16

Street children go to formal school 17

Life Lessons 17

On-the-Job Training: From learning to 18


employment
What now? 18

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Psychosocial Interven ons Changing behavior, changing a tudes, 19


changing lives
Paren ng a street child 19

Skills Development Street children make their voices heard 20

Empowerment: Street children take the 20


spotlight
Street children rock, dance hearts out in 21
MusiKalye

Kids find hope, break from the streets in 22


sportsfest
Health Mobile Health Clinic: Crea ng a healthy 23
future for street children
Youth advocate educates street children 23
on health, hygiene
Partnerships Media advocates 24

School partners 24

Funding partners and Grant donors 25

Companies and Organiza ons 26

Outreach/ Ac vity Sponsors and Donors 28

Contact Us 30

Support Us 31

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Message from
the Chairman
Another year has passed, and we thank the Lord for His providence
and guidance in 2016. We surpassed many challenges and for eve-
ry set back, we welcomed new learnings and opportuni es to im-
prove our programs.

It’s surreal that we are turning 28 soon, and our mission is ge ng


stronger and more relevant. Taking educa on to the streets is no
easy task, but with poor children eager to learn and pursue their
dreams --- our drive to reach out to more street children comes
with higher purpose.

God works through His people, and we experienced God’s love


through the opportuni es that opened up for our street children
last year. More than 500 street children par cipated in alterna ve
educa on sessions; 37 street children are now in school in hopes
of ge ng a diploma; 25 street children are honing their skills
through voca onal training; and more than 30 street children are
leading their fellow street children to develop good values and
healthy habits. We also have nearly a hundred children who boost-
ed their self-confidence through sports and music. All these and
more would not be possible without your generosity and kindness.

The poten als and possibili es are endless. We launched a new


logo last year, and with that came the forging of new partnerships.
We con nue to look for partners and collaborators who will help Taking educa on to the
us “plant the seeds,” innovate our programs, and create be er streets is no easy task,
futures for our street children.
but with poor children
We look forward to taking advantage of all the opportuni es that eager to learn and pursue
opened in 2016 and make 2017 another memorable one for our
street children. The journey to transforming lives is a long and tedi- their dreams --- our drive
ous process. But seeing the dedica on from the staff, the generosi- to reach out to more
ty of our partners, and our street children leading empowered and
good lives --- are more than enough to keep us hopeful and excited street children comes
for what lies ahead.
with higher purpose.
We thank you for being with us and let us work together to ensure
an even bigger and be er year for organiza on and the street chil-
dren we love and care for.

SAMUEL D. GUEVARA
Chairman, Board of Trustees

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Message from
the President
The year 2016 was a year of new developments in Childhope Asia
Philippines. During the year, our street educa on and protec on
program reached over 500 street children and gave them access to
alterna ve educa on, psychosocial support, and health services.

We encountered many challenges in conduc ng our programs. Street


educators and social workers did their best to ensure that street chil-
dren and their families are taken care of. It is no easy task, consider-
ing society’s percep on of street families and insufficient support
from government. It seems the situa ons are s ll dire, and many
street children are s ll suffering from rejec on, discrimina on, and
exploita on.

However, with community support, we are able to show there is al-


ways hope for street children. Together, we opened opportuni es for
street children to learn, develop their skills, plan their goals, and
reach their dreams. Our street children have been working hard to
take advantage of every opportunity given to them, and they have
gone a long way. They are passionate and determined to rise above
their circumstances by harnessing their God-given poten als and
strengths.

This report will describe how you have helped to improve the lives of
street children --- from empowering them through educa on and life-
Together, we opened skills, helping them to develop healthy lifestyle and habits, to raising
their self-esteem to mo vate them to be op mis c and to pursue
opportuni es for street
their dreams. You have been with us throughout this journey and it’s
children to learn, develop s ll a long road ahead. We thank you for staying with us and in-
ves ng in our street children’s future.
their skills, plan their
goals, and reach their We start the year 2017 with so much hope and happiness for our
partners and street children. More needs to be done, but we con n-
dreams. ue to trust that all our hard work and perseverance will pay off. Let
us face the challenge of improving our programs and services to
more effec vely assist our street children.

May Childhope con nue to increase hope and smiles on street chil-
dren’s faces, guide them to discover themselves, and empower them
to become respected and responsible members of society.

To God be the Glory!

TERESITA L. SILVA, MSW


Founder and President

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Message from the
Executive Director
Warm gree ngs from Childhope Philippines!

The year 2016 is a year of triumph and tribula ons. This year has
been an important milestone for Childhope, as we begin the trans-
forma on to become the beacon of hope for our street children.
We went through birthing pains as we hurdled two accredita on
processes. With the vision of a be er world for children, especially
street children, we went through the obstacles and proved our-
selves worthy to become both PCNC and DSWD-accredited within
the same year! Looking back, these hurdles made us stronger and
more determined to fulfill our mission of promo ng the welfare of
street children, and helping them realize that there is a brighter
future ahead.

As we con nue to forge partnerships with different stakeholders,


we thank every partner who believed in us and shared our goal.
Thank you for believing that every street child deserves to have a
chance for a be er life through educa on, social welfare, health
care and opportuni es for holis c development. Thank you for in-
ves ng in our children.

The journey is far from being over. We s ll have a lot to do before


our goal is completely realized. We do hope you will s ll be with
Thank you for believing
us, working hand-in-hand, as we guide the children towards being that every street child
produc ve and responsible members of society.
deserves to have a
Together, we can make a difference! chance for a be er life...

HERBERT Q. CARPIO, MD
Execu ve Director

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The Editorial Team

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Teresita L. Silva, MSW

CONTENT WRITER, LAY-OUT/GRAPHICS ARTIST


Herbert Quilon Carpio, MD

CONTENT WRITER, PHOTOGRAPHER


Mylene R. Lagman

CONTENT WRITER, PHOTOGRAPHER


Maria Fa ma Reyes

CONTRIBUTORS
Dr. Josefina Pamela O. Carpio
Vince Balza
Pearl Jasmin Barasan
Bea Orante
Louie Sumaway
Gilboy Dilao
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The Board of Trustees

Samuel D. Guevara
Chairman

Jaime Z. Galvez Tan, MD, MPH Teresita L. Silva, MSW


Vice Chairman President

Sherwin C. O A y. Jacqueline Verano

Treasurer Corporate Secretary

Lester Joseph Castolo Stephanie L. Yuson


Assistant Treasurer Member

Tricia Canapi-Monsod Anna Roxas-Arzt


Member Member

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History

Childhope Philippines is a not-for-profit, non-government organiza on working to


promote the welfare of street children in the Philippines and the Asian region. It works
toward the libera on of the child from the suffering caused by working and living on the
street.

Childhope was founded in 1986 by individuals from children’s agencies who saw the
need for an interna onal effort specifically on behalf of street children. Its Board of
Directors included representa ves from interna onal children’s agencies and individuals
who work directly with street children. Childhope Regional Office for Asia was
established in July 1989 a er the First Regional Conference of Street Children in Asia held
in Manila in May of the same year. Par cipants in the conference recognized ChildHope
as the organiza on that will ini ate networking and collabora on among the different
agencies working for street children in the Asian region.

In 1995, ChildHope officially became Childhope Asia Philippines, Inc. as registered under
the Securi es and Exchange Commission.

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Childhope’s vision is three-fold:
 A world where all children, par cularly street children and children
in need of special protec on (CNSP) can fully enjoy their rights and
become respected members of society
 A society where all the needs of children and CNSP are met, their
rights protected and their dignity and self-worth upheld and
communi es are responsive and empowered to take care of their
own children
 An organiza on that is the vanguard of children’s rights and
protec on in the Philippines and in Asia

 Establish contacts and facilitate networking and linkages among


individuals, organiza ons, and agencies, both non-government and
government, concerned with street children in the Philippines and
throughout the Asia region;
 Facilitate advocacy, social mobiliza on, research, training, technical
assistance, and program support ac vi es at the na onal and regional
levels; and
 Maintain a databank of informa on on street children and
exploited children (research studies, programs and services, resource
groups and individuals).

 To sustain advocacy and effec ve social mobiliza on at local, na-


onal and interna onal levels
 To conduct/facilitate par cipatory and ac on-oriented studies
 To extend technical assistance and capacity-building/ training to
program beneficiaries, NGO and government staff etc.
 To promote and facilitate community-based, family-oriented pro-
gram strategies and basic services which are preven ve, develop-
mental and non-ins tu onal

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The Bene iciaries

In 1993, UNICEF described a street child as any boy or girl aged


under 18 years, for whom the streets has become his/her habit-
ual abode, and are inadequately protected, supervised and di-
rected by a responsible adult.

There are three categories of street children:

1. Children of the street / Completely abandoned and neglect-


ed children – Family es may exist but in most cases have not
been sustained; in some cases, their former home is never visit-
ed. However, by virtue of having severed all es with a biologi-
cal family, they are en rely on their own, not just for material
but also for psychological survival, and therefore require a very
different approach.

2. Children of street families – Children in this group see the


street as their home where they also seek shelter, food, and a
sense of family. These children literally live on the streets with
their parents and siblings.

3. Children on the street – the largest of the three (3) categories


and consists primarily of working children who s ll have family
connec ons of a more or less regular nature. Their focus in life is
s ll the home, many a end school, most return home at the
end of each working day, and most will have a sense of belong-
ing to the local community in which their home is situated.

Among the three (3) categories of street children, the children


of the streets, and the abandoned and neglected street-based /
street-living children are given highest priority.

Categories of street
children beneficiaries
for 2016

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Where We Work
Childhope works in 5 ci es in Metro Ma-
nila, namely Manila, Pasay, Paranaque,
Quezon City and Caloocan, opera ng in
15 areas where street children are com-
monly found. These areas are as follows:

Divisoria/Sto. Cristo
Binondo
Delpan
Ermita
Kalaw
Lawton
Intramuros
Luneta
Morayta
Pier
Baclaran
Blumentri
Monumento
NAIA
Ospital ng Maynila

Childhope reaches out to about 250


street children per day.

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Accomplishments

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Accreditations

As part of its commitment to effec vely carry out its services for the street children, Childhope Philip-
pines ensures it complies with guidelines and standards set by government agencies and stakeholders.
In 2016, Childhope worked hard to get accredita ons from the Department of Social Welfare and Devel-
opment (DSWD) and the Philippine Council for NGO Cer fica on (PCNC).

The DSWD awarded Childhope with Standards Bureau First Level Accredita on on September 30, 2016.
This, a er Childhope has complied with rules and standards for agencies dealing with community-based
programs and services for children, youth, families, and communi es.

Childhope passed major requirements to con nue its opera ons --- par cularly in the aspects of admin-
istra on and organiza on, program management, case management, and physical structure safety
standards. The DSWD’s cer ficate of accredita on is valid for three years covering the period September
30, 2016 to September 29, 2019.

The PCNC also awarded Childhope with a cer ficate of accredita on for passing standards of good gov-
ernance, management, and accountability. The cer ficate was given on July 28, 2016 and is valid for
three years or un l July 27, 2019.

Childhope was also granted a three-year cer fica on for donee ins tu on status. This means, dona ons
to Childhope will be deducted from the donor’s income tax.

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Programs

Childhope Philippines responds to the needs of street chil-


dren and youth through its banner program, the Outreach/
Protec on and Educa on on the Streets Program or Street
Educa on Program. It has 4 major components which are
created in consulta on and par cipa on of the children ben-
eficiaries in order to provide for their holis c development:

1. Alterna ve Educa on, which includes Basic Literacy and


Numeracy (BLAN), which is conducted among younger chil-
dren or even to older ones who have not yet been taught
how to read, write and count numbers; the conduct of clas-
ses under the DepEd-accredited Alterna ve Learning System
(ALS) whereby street children and youth learn through mod-
ules guided by street educators trained as Instruc onal Man-
agers; and Voca onal/Technical Skills Training which aims to
provide the par cipants with technical/ voca onal skills
training opportuni es that will help them to develop ser-
vice/ technical skills and posi ve income genera ng ac vi-
es which will allow them to financially support themselves,
and Financial Educa on, which teaches the par cipants the
value of money, earning a decent living, and the value/habit
of saving for the future.

2. Psychosocial Interven ons, which includes counselling


beneficiaries and provision of assistance to help them cope
up with the stresses and challenges that they encounter
while learning/training;

3. Health and Medical services, which provides primary pre-


ven ve medical care and consulta ons/treatments to en-
sure that the children are healthy and in full physical capaci-
ty to learn; and

4. Skills Development, where beneficiaries are trained in


leadership, computer literacy, sports, the arts and other
skills that will help them nurture the good traits they possess
and apply the values they have learned in life planning.

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Education

Childhope believes in educa on without borders, and the best way to reach
poor youth is to be where they are --- on the streets. That’s why our dedicated
team of teachers and social workers are bringing the school to the poor chil-
dren of Manila. They conduct alterna ve educa on sessions so street children
get the chance to read, write, and learn.
The sessions are holis c and cover a wide-range of topics: from the im-
portance of sanita on and proper hygiene; good morals and character, the
need to protect themselves from ge ng into substance abuse and drugs, to
their rights and responsibili es as children.
The program gives street children opportuni es to earn grade school and high
school cer ficates accredited by the Educa on Department even though they
are not in school.
More than teaching the street kids the basics of reading and wri ng, our street
educators also ins ll in them the values they need so they can grow up to be
caring, confident, responsible, and resilient men and women.

Steven Bolo and John Edward Cepres (JR) are Childhope Asia’s beneficiaries who are
in high school and working hard to finish their studies. Steven is in Grade 10, while JR
is in Senior High. Both of their mothers are trying to provide for the family by selling
peanuts and candies around Lawton in Manila.

“Pagkatapos ng klase, diretso na ako kay Mama para tulungan siya mag nda. Kumik-
ita si Mama ng mga P400 sa isang araw, hanga ako sa kanya kasi kahit anong hirap,
hindi niya kami pinababayaang magkakapa d (A er my classes, I go home to help my
mother sell peanuts. She earns around P400 a day. I admire her because despite the
hardships, she is doing her best to take care of us,” said JR.

Steven and his family live under a bridge. Despite this reality, Steven is hopeful that
he and his family will be living in a decent home someday.

“Minsan po nakakapagod kapag naiisip ang mga problema, pero hindi naman po kami
susuko. Magaaral po ako para maging accountant at makatulong sa pamilya (I get
frustrated when I think about the problems, but I won’t give up. I will study hard so I
can be an accountant and help my family),” said Steven.

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Education

Childhope supports street children to achieve their dreams of finishing school -


-- through the educa onal assistance program. We have 37 beneficiaries ---
three in elementary, 25 in high school, and nine in college. With the help of
generous donors, our scholars get good quality educa on in hopes of landing
good jobs so they can earn and help their families. Besides maintaining high
grades in school, the scholars also aim for holis c development by prac cing
their leadership skills. At a young age, they are also already giving back by
helping in Childhope ac vi es whenever they can, and by ac vely encouraging
street children to also pursue lives away from the streets.

Life Lessons
Dick says a most valuable lesson he learned in his struggles is
to always give a helping hand in any way, despite the hard-
ships.

“Kahit mahirap ka tumulong ka pa rin kahit papaano kasi baba-


lik sa iyo yun, mas magiging blessed ka (Even when you are
poor, help others in the best way you can. It will come back to
you and you will be blessed)”

--- Dick Soriano, EAP beneficiary, graduate, wants to convince


his father to “stay” home, an aspiring manager

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Education
ON-THE-JOB TRAINING
From learning to employment
Childhope aims to empower street children by helping them to live independently and responsibly.
Through the Voca onal / Technical Skills Training project, street children undergo on-the-job training so
they can develop their skills and get higher chances of landing decent jobs. Step by step, the street chil-
dren are able to support their families and earn income for their basic needs. More than financial sup-
port, the street children are able to live produc vely and responsibly by prac cing the value of saving.

What now?
Twenty two street children are part of the third batch of par-
cipants and graduates of the Voca onal / Technical Skills
Training project.

Four of them --- Reynaldo Garcia, 19 year-old from Ermita;


Lyra Garbin, 18 year-old from Malate; Reggie Medrano, 21-
year old from Malate; and Jerwin Gonzales, 20-year old from
Malate --- are already prac cing their skills working as service
crew in various establishments in Metro Manila.

Other par cipants are s ll finishing the training, comple ng


documents, and pursuing applica ons to prac ce their skills.

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Psychosocial
Interventions

Changing behaviors
Changing attitudes
Changing lives
Childhope realizes that children suffer from
trauma caused by living and working on the
streets. We priori ze recovery and treat-
ment so street children can heal. Social
workers use individual and group counsel-
ling sessions to mo vate street children.
Here, the goal is to encourage street chil-
dren to express themselves, and help them
deal with their issues. Social workers guide
the children in developing life goals and
planning for their futures. Social workers
also con nue to refer children to centers
and prepare them to be reunited with their
families.
Childhope’s social workers are always out on the streets of
Manila, talking to street children and their families. Their
main business: to counsel street children, listen to them,
Parenting a street child and help them lead be er lives.

Social workers take care of the psychosocial well-being of


the street children. These are children who have suffered
from different kinds of abuse ---- being beaten up by their
own family or friends, being lured into using solvent or
substance abuse, and some may even be vic ms of sexual
abuse.

Vince Balza, who has been with Childhope for almost a


year now, says being a social worker is both a burden and
a blessing. And most of the me, the burden is hard to
bear. He says everyday he is faced with a choice to be
swallowed up by the harsh reali es of street life, or to try
to change the system for the be er.

Vince says his job is difficult but it’s all worth it. He gets
happy every me he refers a child to a shelter, knowing
that in one way or another, he has helped that child to
make a fresh start.

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Skills Development

Street children make their voices heard


Childhope hones street children’s leadership skills by allowing them to
guide their fellow street children. We train street children to be junior
rights advocates --- child leaders who uphold and prac ce their rights and
responsibili es. They serve as role models for other street children to emu-
late. They perform their tasks properly while maintaining good grades in
school.

Junior rights advocates par cipate in forums and workshops where they
can speak out and express their opinions on several issues they face today.
This ensures the street children have a stake in the decision making pro-
cess.

Empowerment: Street children


take the spotlight
Childhope wants street children to enjoy the fullness of life, by allow-
ing them to play and par cipate in recrea onal ac vi es to boost
their social and crea ve skills.

In 2016, nearly 80 street children from Childhope’s areas in Metro Ma-


nila came together to sing, dance, and perform for their guests. Child-
hope launched “MusiKalye” to celebrate Interna onal Children’s
Month and to showcase the street children par cipants of the mobile
music school. Through the ini a ve, 100 street children are learning
how to sing and play different musical instruments like guitar, beat
box, and keyboard. The program helps them develop their skills and
strengthen their character and self-confidence.

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Skills Development

Street children rock, dance hearts out in


“MusiKalye”

“MusiKalye is more than an event, it is an


opportunity for our street children to
showcase their talents and share what
they have learned from the mobile music
school program,” says Teresita Silva,
founder and president of Childhope.
Through the mobile music school program,
100 street children from different parts of
Manila are learning how to sing and play
different musical instruments like guitar,
beat box, and keyboard.
“But more than developing the street chil-
dren’s skills, the ini a ve hopes to
strengthen their character and self-
confidence,” Silva said.
All the street children’s hard work surely
paid off --- as they gave hear elt perfor-
mances to the praise and applause of the
audience.

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Skills Development

Kids find hope, break from the streets in


sportsfest
'The children learn the value of working hard, prac cing, improving your skills,' says Childhope
Chairman Chips Guevara of the sports fest
Character building
Jepjep, 10, has been playing footkal for 3 years. He said he learned sportsmanship and he is
okay with losing games some mes.
Genesis and Jude, meanwhile, had also seen major changes in their personali es because of the
sports fest.
Both described themselves as shy and reserved. Jude said he even hated playing before.
“Parang ano ako, eh, lampa, tapos ayoko talagang dumipensa kasi takot talaga ako. Takot na
takot (I’m a bit awkward and I really didn’t like defending because I was so scared. Very, very
scared),” he said. (READ: How poverty affects street children psychologically)
Now, Genesis and Jude said they are more confident, and have grown to love the sport.

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Health

Mobile Health Clinic: Creating a healthy


future for street children
Childhope takes care of the health and well-being of street
children through its Mobile Health Clinic (MHC) project. A
team of doctor, junior health workers, volunteers, and an
ambulance driver go to the poorest areas of Manila every
week to provide health care and medical services to street
children and their families. The MHC offers a wide range of
services: from trea ng wounds and providing check-ups, to
monitoring the nutri onal status of the children, deworming
them, and providing dental examina ons.
A long-term goal is to ensure that street children stay
healthy by educa ng them on the right kinds of food to eat.
The MHC also trains street child leaders to be junior health
workers --- health advocates who help other children by edu-
ca ng them on primary health care, conduc ng first aid, and
referring them to public health centers.

Youth advocate educates street children


on health, hygiene Mary Ann Sumaway enjoys being a young health advocate
to street children, and helping to take care of their health
in the simplest way she can.
The 17-year old has been a junior health worker (JHW)
with Childhope Asia Philippines since 2009. Her tasks
range from administering first-aid and trea ng wounds, to
educa ng street children on the basics of proper hygiene
and health care.
Mary Ann con nues to pursue her dreams. For now, she is
serious about finishing her studies and being ac ve in ad-
voca ng for child’s rights, health care and well-being. She
believes that as a child leader, she should be responsible
to, and accountable for, the street children she serves.

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Partnerships

We recognize the importance of con nuous collabora on with different stakeholders in pro-
mo ng the welfare of the street children. Childhope values the partnerships we have with
the academe, foreign and local businesses, companies, groups and individuals. We hope to
con nue working with them for a more frui ul and more meaningful engagement for the
benefit of these marginalized street children and youth.—for a be er chance to have a
brighter future.

Media advocates

School Partners

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Partnerships

Funding Partners and Grant Donors

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Partnerships

Companies and Organizations

MOVE TECHNOLOGY

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Partnerships

Companies and Organizations

GLORIETTA 3

ERMITA DONORS

CREATIVE JUICE

MANANZAN HANDICRAFTS

ERMITA

GLORIA DY SUN
OTIS
FOUNDATION
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Partnerships

Outreach Activity Sponsors and Donors


ABELLA, BABING DAVID, TWYLA IAN AND TRICIA MONSOD

ACHA, KEVIN DE JESUS, MILLICENT INEZ GAY MAXINO

ALETA, ALEXIS DE VEYRA, RAMOEL JALANDONI, NENETTE

ARCADIO, CECIL DAJOYAG DOMAGAS, GERARDO JIMENEZ, MELLANIE

ARCEO, REGINALD DR. JONAS LABIDO JOEL AND KAT LIMCHOC

ARNALDO, MARIE LOUISE DRILON, ANALI JURILLA, MYRNA

ARROYO, EVANGELINE DUMLAO, JOCELYN MAY KALAW, CARINA

ARZT, GINGER ROXAS DUNLOPE, HELENA KATAOKA, NICKY

AVELLANA, ALBERT DVD ARCHITECTURE KO, JASEN

BACANI, MELISSA ELFA SHIPYARD CORP KONISHI NAOMI

BAUTISTA, SAMANTHA ENGLISH, MADONNA KOTAMRAJU, ANA

BORROMEO, YAEL ESCUDERO, LEE LACADEN, KERBY

BROWN, KERR FAMILARAN, GLADYS LACSON, MELISSA

BWAP FIHSER, MIA GUEVARA LAGDAMEO, JOANNA

CABANGON-CHUA, CAROL FLORES, ELIZA LAGDAMEO, JOANNA

CABANILLA, CHRISTABELLE GARCIA, LARA MISA LAGMAN, MYLEN

CAEDO, ABEGAIL GELITO, CATHERINE LAUREL, RIMA

CALIXTO, JULIA GO, JOWAN LIM, EDWARD

CELDRAN, RJ GONZALES, RICO LUNA, CAMILLE

CHAN, JENNIFER GONZALES, RIZARIA MANANZAN, TAMMY

CHAN. DEE GONZALEZ, SARAH CRISTINA MARGOMEN, TERESITA

CHENG/BEVIN LEE GRANADA, DORSKI MERCADO, MAGGIE

CO, ANDREA GRANADOS, FAITH MERCOLA CONSULTING SER-

CO, BENNIESON GUEVARA, AMELITA MILLAR, PEACHY

CRUZ, TRICIA GUEVARRA, CHIPS MOLIN, NICHOLAS

CUERDA, HAROLD HOWE, MA. LADY BESS MONTEPIEDRA, GRACE

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Partnerships

Outreach/ Activity Sponsors and Donors

NAGAC, MICHAEL RUSSEL, LISA ICHIKAWA, YASUKO

NAKAMUTSU, GAIL SABARRE, MA. CRISTINA JACOBE, ELISHA GRACE

NANOS, STEVEN SEAN HENDRY MALLARI, RIVELLE

NIEBRES, DOM SILVA, TERESITA SANTOS, JENNIFER

NINA YUSON SISON, CRISELDA TASIC, RALPH

NINO AND LAARNI CARANDANG SMITH, MAYEE BLOODWORKS

NISHIMURA, MIYUKI SORIANO, ERINNA

OSBORNE, LEE STAIRWAY FOUNDATION

PALLESEN, STINELLI TEEHANKEE, TINA

PALLON, JOE THUNHERR, JAN MAY

PARDO, BARBIE TIMMS, WILL

PAUL AND MARY JANE MADIGAN TRINIDAD, MARIA

PEREZ, AILEEN TUOZO, CESAR

PERIQUET, CHLOE VAN DEN BRINK, DANIELA

PROTACIO, HANNAH VARGAS, CEDRIC

PUNO, MA. CRISTINA VENTOSA, SOCORRO

QUIOGUE, BJ VERANO, JENNIE

QUIRAY, MARC VISTAN, LILBETH

RAMEY, MONICA YNIGUEZ, CINTY

RAMIREZ, CORIT YULO, CRES

RAPPLER/ZAK YUSON YUSON, TANYA

RICARTE, E. YVONNE YUCHENGCO

RIVERA, JINGLE NICOLAS BONGKINGKI, JOYCE ANN

ROMAN, PIA CHUA, JACKIE

ROXAS, CRISTINA HIZON, PATRICIA

RUFINO, MARITONI ITO, MICHIO

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Contact Us

CHILDHOPE ASIA PHILIPPINES, INC.


1210 Penafrancia Extension
Paco, Manila 1007
Philippines

Phone : +63 2 563 4647


+63 2 561 7118
Telefax : +63 2 563 2242

Website : h p://childhope.hope.org.ph
E-mail : childhope@hope.org.ph
childhopeasia@yahoo.com

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Support Us

WAYS TO DONATE
 Checks should be made payable to CHILDHOPE ASIA PHILIPPINES, INC.
 For bank transfers and direct deposits, you may deposit your dona on to the following
account:
Name of Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands (Ermita branch)
Account Name: Childhope Asia Philippines, Inc.
Account Number: 3281-0223-76
Swi Code: BOPIPHMM
 If you prefer to make your dona ons thru our online dona on pla orms, please copy
the links below:
Paypal: h p://www.paypal.com
Global Giving: h ps://www.globalgiving.org/projects/adopt-a-street-child/
h ps://www.globalgiving.org/projects/to-educate-500-neglected-and-
abondoned-street-kids/
h ps://www.globalgiving.org/projects/the-mobile-health-clinic/
Simply Giving: h ps://simplygiving.com/NonProfit/childhopeph

 For donors based in the Philippines, we can issue a tax-creditable cer ficate of dona-
on for you or your company. Please email us at childhope@hope.org.ph should you
wish to have a cer ficate of dona on.
 For donors based in the US and UK, Globalgiving.org issues tax credit receipts/
cer ficates for all dona ons coursed through their website.
 All dona ons will be issued an Official Receipt.

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