The Covid19 pandemic has left everyone and every organization in the world reeling from its drastic effects. From serious health risks down to the global economic downturn, nobody was spared from its debilitating consequences. VFV, as a grassroots non-profit and non-government organization that it is, was not left unharmed either. The abrupt onset of the

Our turn to Help!

It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.  Mother Teresa Super Typhoon Haiyan or locally known as Typhoon Yolanda, hit and devastated Tacloban City and many other parts of Eastern Visayas last November 8, 2013. Many came to our aid. Because of that,  we are forever indebted to everyone

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

67 Houses burned down in Tacloban City on New Years Eve

January 1, Pericohon, Tacloban City, a huge fire believed to be caused by a firecracker displacing 94 families and 67 houses during the night of New Years Eve based on the official list of the Barangay. Families were evacuated at a nearest church(Redemptorist Church) during the night of the fire. 5 days later, some of the