Giving Back The Smile to Street Children


A Virlanie Christmas: Bayanihan sa Kapaskuhan


Christmas is the best time for Filipinos to come together and be united, not only as families, but also as a society.

On this joyous holiday season, we encourage every Filipino to lend a helping hand for their “kababayan” (fellowmen) and bridge the growing social inequalities in the country. While most Filipinos would enjoy a season of feast and gifts, there are children and families living in poverty who find Christmas as a luxury, as they struggle every day for basic needs such as food supply, decent clothing, healthcare, and housing.

With you, we can ensure that everyone, most especially the abandoned, abused, neglected, orphaned and among the poorest of the poor children and families, is included. Join us in our A Virlanie Christmas campaign to make them feel the gift of love, care, and the true spirit of bayanihan (A traditional system of mutual assistance in which the members of a community work together to accomplish a difficult task. It is a spirit of civic unity and cooperation among Filipinos.).
 

A Virlanie Christmas aims at bringing people together to share their heart and show solidarity for the most disadvantaged Filipino children and families because, they too, deserve a delightful Christmas experience.

Be a bayani (hero) this Christmas!

Your PHP 1000 can:

• Help one child experience the gift of Christmas

Join our bayanihan movement to provide 170+ children under our residential care with brand new clothing apparels that they can consider their own. This would help increase their self-confidence.

 

 • Provide one family with a meaningful bonding time this Christmas

Together, we can support 300 marginalized families, so they can celebrate Christmas with Noche Buena packs.

See how our bayanihan gave A Virlanie Christmas experience to marginalized families and children last year.

 

 

 

 


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4055 Yague Street, Barangay Singkamas,
Makati City, Metro Manila
Philippines 1204

Tel: +63 2 895 5260 and +63 2 896 2289
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