Charlie’s Mission

The name Charlie has somewhat become a household name at San Joaquin Nutrition Center, one of the Nutrition Projects of VFV under its Public Health Program. Seeing his name written on the wall of the center, and hearing stories about him, anyone who has not met him yet in person would somehow wonder what kind of person

The Story of Les and Debbie

Here’s some sort of a profile story of a lovely couple Volunteer for the Visayans has come to work with in recent years, another dynamic duo I can say that the volunteering world has, Les Treacy and Debbie Curtin. I got the chance to sit down with them for an interview where they willingly obliged

close up of boys eating halo-halo

Home sweet home. Find out how VFV volunteer Jordan is making life sweeter for boys at a development center.

It’s a sad fact that street children exist in their thousands in the Philippines. Victims of abuse, broken families or exploitation, children can all too easily find themselves living in the streets. With no-one to look out for them they are vulnerable to further abuse, joining criminal gangs and drug addiction. Last week I visited