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THIS HOW WE SHALL LIVE


OUR DAYS:
To give new life and hope
to as many of the least, the lost and the heavily burdened
as we possibly can.

To link dreams to donors and donors to dreams,

to do all these with courage and dedication,


passion and compassion.

LOVE is the source of our energy,


and at all times, love delivers!
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C O N T E N T S
NVC Vision and Mission 4

Message from the President 5

Love Nourishes 6

Love Restores 8

Love Uplifts 10

Love Transforms 12

Love Supports 14

Love Around the World 16

Love Full Circle 17

The Love Trail 18

Love Delivers 19

The Financial Picture 20

The Love Team 22


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OUR VISION
A nation free from hunger and poverty,
built through personal social responsibility
and collaborative partnerships.

OUR MISSION
To fight hunger and poverty by providing proper nutrition,
access to quality education for children of the poor,
and sustainable livelihood opportunities for their parents.
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MESSAGE FROM THE


PRESIDENT
We are turning eight years old this year, and the longer we have
been at work in delivering hope and love to the people we serve,
the more we are convinced at our powerlessness when we work
as individuals. And even when we are bound together in teams or
in communities, the presence of a higher power who sees, who
knows and who loves, is always a vital force in making it possible
for OUR LOVE to deliver.

For how else do we explain the magnitude of force that propels


someone from another continent to come and send us exactly
what we need just as soon as we find a community of hungry little
stomachs? How else do we explain the energy of men and women
who work all day to run for a cause at crack of dawn, to pay
forward after having received LOVE from our donors and friends?

We witness with gratitude how our staff and our volunteers are
driven to deliver the symbols of our love, many times through the
most difficult of conditions: be it Mingo Meals, artisan crafts,
LoveBags, dehydrated fruits and vegetables, or Mingo Ice Cream.
That they can do so without prodding or large compensation is
one of the miracles of our day to day life in NVC Foundation that
brings us to our knees in thanksgiving. We are thankful for daily
miracles, as well as the amount of answered prayers and wishes
that fall on our laps each time the universe conspires to allow us
to link dreams to donors, and donors to dreams.

While the pages that follow illustrate how NVC’s love delivers, they
are, truly, a testament of how God’s love delivers. And how!

MILLIE L. KILAYKO
President
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LOVE N O U R I S H E S
To provide nutritional support for children in impoverished families, we
manufacture and distribute Mingo, an instant nutritious complementary food
for infants and toddlers. Made from rice, mongo and moringa (malunggay) and
flavored with natural ingredients, it contains vitamins and minerals for brain
and physical development. While used for our in-house Nutrition Program with
a daily feeding protocol for six or twelve months, Mingo is also used by entities
who conduct their own feeding program.

With the Department of Science and Technology/Food Nutrition and Research


Institute as our valued partners, we operate a facility licensed by the Food and
Drug Administration to manufacture Mingo, dehydrated fruits and vegetables
and other similar healthy food products primarily for families where poverty has
resulted in nutritional deficiencies.

In sourcing our ingredients, we place a premium on naturally grown produce


from small farmers. From the farm to the table, we complete the cycle of love.
Truly, love delivers!

The happiest place on earth is wherever we find a smiling


child holding a cup and showing us that a serving of Mingo
was consumed till every bit was scraped.

Be it in the bowels of the mountains of Bukidnon or Tarlac


or Iloilo, be it in the shelters built in war torn Marawi or once
flooded areas of Tacloban, the happiest place on earth is
wherever a happy dose of Mingo brings a precious smile to a
child.

The smile proves that Mingo means Love, and love delivers!
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As of June 30, 2018


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Whether the deafening and frightening sounds come from the


bursts of gunfire in Marawi in 2017 or the explosion of Mayon
Volcano in 2018, or in any other area where the fury of nature has
overpowered man, Mingo Meals reach hungry and weary children
in these areas.

Beyond emergency relief, a nutritional protocol using Mingo


Meals for a continuous period is being implemented for children
of families who fled Marawi and currently relocated in temporary
shelters. A Learning Center for children has been enhanced in
one of the shelters while sewing machines have also been given
as support to a group of women yearning to earn for their families
through dressmaking.

Serving these areas are more challenging but nothing is stopping


us. We go wherever we find a need because love delivers!

Emergency Relief operations served:

2012 – Typhoon Pablo


2013 – Typhoon Maring, Zamboanga Crisis, Bohol Earthquake,
Typhoon Yolanda
2015 – Typhoon Lando
2016 – Typhoon Ferdie
2017 – Marawi Siege and Evacuation, Leyte Earthquake,
Typhoon Vinta
2018 – Mayon volcano eruption

- As of June 30, 2018


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4,939 Peter Project boats


endorsed. 614 Project Joseph livelihood
equipment endorsed. 222 Farmer partners.
As of June 30, 2018
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LOVE U P L I F T S
In communities we serve, we seek to lift lives by
providing livelihood support, especially through
the provision of tools or equipment which become
the single catalyst for increased incomes for the
breadwinners of the family.

From seeds to farmers’ tools to those who toil the soil,


from motorized fishing boats for those who could not
afford their own, or to those who lost theirs to natural
disasters, from sewing, cooking or carpentry tools,
from pedicabs to tricycles – we have provided these
to men and women who oftentimes lack that single
equipment to be able to provide better for those they
love.

We also provide a market to small farmers in the


countryside by prioritizing them as the source
of ingredients for our manufacture of nutritional
products. We purchase these raw materials at
market prices or link them to a greater field of buyers
whenever we can, without extracting a premium for
ourselves, because we believe that linking hands is a
most important proof that love delivers.
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From eggshells, plastic chips, broken tiles,


discarded Nespresso capsules and outgrown
Lego pieces to art, from loose threads to
ornaments – our Artisans of Hope workshop
churns out creative forms with love and passion.
Every piece earns livelihood support for the
artisans, be they mothers or fathers supporting
families, as well as students working on off
hours to help fund their education

To a greater degree, the creative use of


discarded Nespresso capsules has ushered in
a new love chain: from donors of used capsules,
to volunteer cleaners, and artisans who work on
them. Moreover, donations given in exchange
for products crafted from the workshops help
us to deliver love across the islands through
sponsorship of children to be fed with Mingo
Meals.

On each step along the way, love delivers!


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LOVE S U P P O R T S
Believing in the importance of quality education
as a potent tool towards preparing a child for a
better future, we engage in programs that support
this belief. Because of this, we have engaged
in building classrooms and learning centers,
upgrading Science Laboratories and providing
learning tools.

For two years now, we have engaged in the


LoveBag Project which provides backpacks with a
year’s worth of school supplies to disadvantaged
students and children of cultural minorities. We
prioritize communities which are hard to reach
and children with the least resources. Even
beyond the physical and the visible resources
provided to the children, we believe that building
faith and hope ushers in better values, best
understood by examples of how much may be
achieved when love delivers.
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There are thousands of miles between us and our sources of love around
the world: so many hearts who send us love from wherever they are in
the world, whether they live in our country or elsewhere, whether they
come with the color of our skin or otherwise.

There just as many hands and feet and minds and bodies around us
who scoop up all that love and deliver these to us – sometimes once or
sometimes regularly – so we can prove to every hungry child we find,
every parent in need of livelihood that we meet – that yes, love delivers!
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LOVE F U L L C I R C L E
Our project recipients are generally among the
poorest of the poor and whatever we endorse
to them are all given to help push them towards
better earnings. Benefits from what they receive
— be these boats or tools — do not magically
bring the recipients overnight into a new fairy
tale perfect world. Thus, when some of these
recipients voluntarily turn over a portion of their
meager earnings to us to apply to a project we are
campaigning for, we are overwhelmed because in
doing so, they complete the circle of love.

Their giving has come in many forms: from a


group of fishermen who kicked off a drive to
help Nepalese they have never seen, ten tricycle
drivers handing over funds for 1,000 Mingo Meals
for Marawi, to pedicab recipients who woke at
crack of dawn to join a fun run to raise funds for
more Love Bags.

We are always humbled when we become privy


to these acts of love, and yet we are proud of how
they have become: from people who once were
too poor to own dreams to individuals who have
learned to be givers too. They have proven that
people only need to receive love, so they can love
in return. Love always delivers.
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LOVE D E L I V E R S
There is no path too crooked or steep,
no river too deep, no sea too rough,
no rain too strong, and no sun too
hot, to prevent NVC Foundation from
bringing its Nutrition, Education
or Livelihood Support Programs to
where they are needed. NVC’s team
is committed to surmount whatever
circumstances make project delivery
difficult, because in fact, nothing is
too difficult, when love delivers.
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FINANCIAL PICTURE
NVC Foundation’s donations are heart-led, many of them small in terms of the material
world, coming in denominations of three to five digits. Collectively, these donations have
supported NVC’s endeavors as it continues to build “heart prints” wherever it goes. PROGRAM SPENDING
Here in a nutshell is a picture of how NVC’s love delivers.

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2017

2017

Income P29,213,520

Expenses

Project Expenses 23,195,688

Administrative Expenses 2,905,920

26,101,608

Excess of income over expenses P3,111,912


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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION


AS AT DECEMBER 31, 2017 AND 2016

2017
ASSETS
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents P 6,008,958
Project receivables 3,688,009
Invetories 3,195,662
Total current assets 12,892,629

Noncurrent assets
Property and equipment, net 6,665,432
Intangible asset, net 25,083
Other noncurrent assets 345,379
Total noncurrent assets 7,035,894

Total assets P 19,928,523

LIABILITY AND FUND


BALANCE

Current liability
Accruals and government laibilities P 417,491

Fund balance 19,511,032

Total liability and fund balance P19,928,523


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THE LOVE TEAM


THE NVC’S TEAM THAT DELIVERS THE LOVE:
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT ACTION TEAMS PARTNERS
TRUSTEES COMMITTEE Nutrition Program and Mingo Meals: Envoys of Hope:
Milette Regalado, Jessie Lachica, Alyne Batano Mariel Tolentino, Mac Harman,
Millie Kilayko Millie Kilayko
President CEO Felix and Regina Barrientos
Food and Nutrition Products: Dianna Jean Cruz
Josephine Ruiz Milette Regalado Luis Jose Araneta, Tima Lacson, Omon Maravilla
Vice-president Executive Director and Program Manager Young Ambassadors
Communications: Abram Bisuña
Roy Hojilla Karren Mae Bulos Millie Kilayko, Therese Ng Diego and Andro Barrientos
Treasurer Admin and Finance Manager
Sister Organization
Photo and Video Documentation:
Omon Maravilla Luis Jose Araneta Negrense Volunteers for Change
Daryl Jimenea, Aeson Baldevia
Corporate Secretary Plant Operations Manager Foundation – USA
RJ Lacson a 501 (c) 3 organization
Joy Jarabelo Christine J. Abaquin
IT Support: Institutional Partners
Tima Lacson External Affairs
Kahlil Erwin Talledo, Therese Ng Department of Science
Therese Ng
Daryl Jimenea, Peter Aviñante and Technology /
Rose Hilado Olivas Michelle Camposano
Food Nutrition and
Angelie Yulo Secretariat
Artisan Crafts: Research Institute
Marie Therese Jochico Millie Kilayko, Christine Abaquin, Marian Hojilla,
Rise Against Hunger – Philippines
Consultant Hazel Marpa
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Though her countenance is covered,


her eyes speak the joy after but one cup of Mingo
for the hungry little stomach of her child.

To all of you who helped make this


and all that we do for others happen,

may the sparkle of these eyes


speak of our gratitude for all the love
that you have allowed us to deliver.

Thank you.
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