BASA AIR DEFENCE WING. Donated additional toilet for ICC Happy Valley Elementary School. Last June 29, 2015 was the blessing and turned over ceremony. The key was received by Jenefail G. Hernanado the school Principal. The blessing was lead by Pastor Noel Manalungsung. THANK YOU SO MUCH SIR.
Photos by Jesielyn Anchorez
Last February 25, 2015. Pastor Joshua Castillo and his family from Adventist University of the Philippines (AUP) Academy Silang, Cavite to International Children’s Care Philippines (ICCP) Pampanga to share the birthday celebration of his son to the ICCP kids. An average of 4 hours long drive just to do feeding and gift giving for the destitute children here in the orphanage. They enjoyed the trip because of their love for the orphan kids.
Pastor said that “I know ICCP because my brother was the first bookkeeper here. He added that this is the application of what we are always talking from the Bible in the writing of Matthew chapter 25. The practical service for Jesus”.
Sharing of what we have is the actual demonstration of our love to those who are in need. We will just remember what Jesus said “Come who are blessed, inherit the kingdom which I prepare for you because when I was hungry you feed me, when I was naked you clothed me, when I was sick you visited me.
We are inviting everyone to donate for the cause of the orphans who are in need. The poorest among the poor. The very least. You can give directly to ICC Philippines Foundation Inc. Please contact us in this email email@example.com.
Written and Photos by Kim F. Demagnaong
Edited by Arlene Penascosas
Last Saturday March 28, 2015 at almost 2 o’clock in the afternoon International Children’s Care Philippines (ICCP) got lots of visitors. They were TAU GAMMA PHI (TRESKELION) fraternity and sorority organization of DE LASALLE STATE UNIVERSITY AND LETRAN Manila Chapter. Their organization conducted Medical Mission and Gift Giving to the Aetas, ICC families, and other indigent families/individuals nearby ICCP campus.
To open their program Sir Jhun Mallorca rendered a prayer. Then, one of their women shared her testimony on how she survived in spite of being sexually abused by her uncle. Although she felt hopeless, still, she continued on living by the grace of God. When she met Jesus she learned that there is one God who loves her. She added that “next year I will take Bachelor of Science in Social Work and fortunately if I finish such course I promise to return to ICCP”. It is such a challenging testimony!
Another lady led the fun games and the crowd enjoyed it so much. People were so busy. The Gift Giving and Medical Mission went on simultaneously. The Tau Gamma Phi group was very happy giving their services and the whole crowd of recipients was very happy, too. Lots of gifts were distributed. Everyone got a packed bag of canned goods, noodles, and set of hygiene needs, toys and clothes. Cavans of rice, sports equipments, baby wipes, milk, 2 wheel chairs and 1 nebulizer were also given. They also gave medicine packs to each patient.
It was really a great blessing to ICCP, the Aetas, and to the whole community as well. Sitio Bucaran praises God for such people with BIG HEARTS. Thus, the ICCP would like to extend her heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the enormous hearts of TAU GAMMA PHI (TRESKELION) led by Mr. Edmund O. Paule, Alumni of TGP for supporting ICCP leading toward the better life of every individual. Keep up your good works, never stop helping. Our Almighty Father guides and blesses your lives, this is our prayer. Amen.
ICCP welcomes anyone who wants to extend a helping hand to change a child’s life toward a better future. Please send message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos & Written by: Kheyen Roy Y. Penales
Edited by: Arlyn Peñascosas
Rach Paola- Two months of being a volunteer here at International Children’s Care Philippines Foundation and at ICC blessed home project. Left last Monday February 9, 2015. It was the loneliest time for her and for the children because it was the time to go home. While taking picture the tears can’t be stopped. The children didn’t want to LET HER GO but everything has an end. They just need to wait for her coming back.
“Back in Australia it’s good to be back after a while. Had the deepest sleep last night! …think it’s the post travel hype wearing off haha.
Impossible to sum up the last 2 months in just a FB status, but the main things I’ll say was thing is that it was simply incredible. Learnt SO much, felt SO humbled; in MANY ways. I know I saw and experienced TRUE beauty, for what it REALLY is. Constantly reminded of where true happiness comes from. Met some of the most amazing people, who taught me A LOT. But yeah life is just big. SO much out there; can’t describe it in a status. It’s something that’s got to be seen and experienced first-hand. Now what I’ve got to do is APPLY everything I’ve leant and experienced. It’s one thing to experience personally but passing it on is where I believe it becomes most effective. And do MORE! This is what I want my life to revolve around. I’m set on it. Everything else will have to fit in! Haha But yeah, back to aus life, got to get back to my work and plan for the next one! and got to get used to paying in dollars again. And of course I miss everyone and everything SO much . They’ve got a piece of my heart, but in a good way but that’s only for now” (Rach FB message.)
Rachel we call her, a 24 years old lady from Australia. She did a lot of help while she stayed with us. Her last week was spent in a surfing lesson in one of the famous beach in Baler, Province of Aurora. Yes, you too can do the same.
Anyone there that would like to experience a humble service to the destitute children, we are inviting you to be volunteers here at ICC Philippines Foundation and see what big things you can do. Just give us a message here at email@example.com .
Wrtten & Photos By: Kim F. Demagnaong
Edited By: Arlene Penascosas
Did you experienced giving an extravagant gift? Did you experience giving everything you have for the Lord? In Jesus time, there was a beggar who offered all her livelihood to God. Everything she has was given as her extravagant gift. That time the two mites were the only wealth she has and yet she has given them all.
Likewise, Jesus is the first model of giving an extravagant gift when he offered his life for the cause of saving human race from the bondage of sin.
Giving financial support to the orphans at International Children’s Care Philippines (ICCP) is an extravagant gift because this fund will save the lives of the poorest among the poor children from poverty. In the same way, your gift will sustain their food, education and residential care.
If you are inspired to give your extravagant gift to ICCP orphans. Kindly deposit it to Philippine National Bank ICC PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION INC 19-271-470001-2 or send thru Western Union, LBC, Palawan Express and please send us your message to this email firstname.lastname@example.org thanks and God bless.
Written By Kim F. Demagnaong
Edited By Arlene Penascosas
February 17-19, 2015
Mr. David Streifling & company from USA revisited the ICC Philippines Foundation (ICCP), the orphanage which they organized back in 1999 at Silang Cavite. The group also visited the ICC kids in Northern Luzon Adventist College (NLAC) at Sison Pangasinan.
The group was very happy, they donated laptop cellphones for the college student and guitars for ICCP. They also sponsored a birthday party for all February celebrant through Mc Donald services. What a real enjoyment for everyone!
It was then, really a tough decision to choose to organized a costly residential care for destitute children but the pioneers did it. Praise God for that godly decision! Today, it has bloomed, to an ICCP campus with ICC Happy Valley Elementary School to educate 70 pupils and the Shining Jewels Children’s Village to house and care the 49 orphaned, abandoned and neglected children.
With the noble work at ICCP creative children’s ministry for orphan, your help in cash or in kind can make a big difference to the children’s future. This coming SY 2015- 2016, ICCP is in need of sponsors for the 8 high school and 11 college students. If you feel helping these kids, kindly send your intent to our email email@example.com . God bless & guide you as you decide for such cause..
Written and photos by Kim F. Demagnaong & edited by Arlene Penascosas.
The Gift Giving held on the 25th of February 2015 at 11:00 am at ICC Happy Valley Elementary School was led by Pastor Joshua Castillo and family. The activity was the extension celebration of his son, Johann’s birthday. Instead of celebrating it at home they decided to have a party at the International Children’s Care Philippines Foundation at Sitio Bucaran, Brgy. Bodega, Floridablanca, Pampanga.
Pastor Joshua Castillo is the Chaplain of AUP Academy and his wife Mrs. Castillo is the Guidance Counselor of the College. ICCP was truly blessed with their visit. The ICCP Administrator, Ms. Lorcel Faigao welcomed them and there was a quick preparation for the celebration. Their family together with some ICCP family happily worked together to finish the decoration, arrangement, food and gifts.
The event was started by a musical offering of Houses 1 & 2 titled “May Nagmamahal Sa ‘yo” with the guitar accompaniment by Papa Tony followed by a Happy Birthday songsung by everyone for Johann. With love from the ICCP family, the youngest boy from house 2 handed the birthday gift to him.
Furthermore, Pastor Castillo shared a wonderful story about “Valentino”. From his story we learned that it is important to an individual to be a loving and a caring person to others not only to the people who love us but also to those who are unlovable. He added that God loves us that is why we ought to love everyone. It’s really a message worth remembering!
Then, we have the prayer of praise and thanksgiving led by teacher Chetziel Valencia from Central Luzon Adventist Academy. The program continued on for chow time. The children and staff lined up to get their food. Praise God for such wonderful and healthy foods. Spaghetti and pancit, cake bars, juice and watermelon were served. Pens, pencils, clothes and used shoes were given as gifts. It’s really a fun time. Pictorials were taken with lots of cheers. What a real happy day!
Matthew 25:35-40 “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink…. I needed clothes and you clothed me….Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink?… needing clothes and clothe you….The King will reply, ‘truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’”
Let’s continue on to connect to the International Children’s Care Philippines Foundation because your heartfelt help will make a great to change to the lives of the precious children from now and on to the future. For more information about ICC Philippines Orphanage please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org TY.
Written by: Kheyen Roy Y. Penales
Edited by: Arlene Penascosas
Mobila Photos by: Kim F. Demagnaong
Pictures Added by: Kim Demagnaong
International Children’s Care Philippines Orphanage in preparation for this coming school year 2015 – 2016. We are now accepting sponsors for education. You can choose from Php 350.00, 500.00, 1,000.00 or 1,500.00. Your donation will help us knock down poverty.
If you are interested in child sponsorship please send us message here at email@example.com
They managed to wake up very early in the morning of February 16, 2015 to ride the bus going Pampanga. They were Ms. Elcanah Neng Aguilion from Baesa, Caloocan City accompanied an ICC Philippines Foundation (ICCP) supporter Mrs. Isabel E. Tung a balikbayan from Sydney, Australia. They arrived here in the village as early as 8am were the school flag ceremony was going on from 2 hours bus ride.
“It was 5 years ago of 2010 when we inaugurated the school building of ICC Happy Valley Elementary School and part of that program, we planted 5 Tamarind seedlings and now it started to bear fruit. I am happy that I visited here again and I saw the success of the project we did before”… according to Ma’am Isabel .
She was very happy narrating of their activities when she managed to invite a group of voluntour in 2010 to…
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