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

An act of Kindness: A Tribute to Mother Teresa

Missionaries of Charity in Tacloban City, a religious organization founded by Mother Teresa of Calcutta helps the poor, sick, and needy. It was founded in 1995 and has been helping out indigent families. The nuns go out into the communities to render humanitarian aid to different sectors of the society in need. Missionaries of Charity  has

Greetings from Heaven

International Volunteer Jessica Calderone, from Endwell, NY, USA, volunteered at the Women Shelter for 6 weeks. The women at the shelter and Jess started a project called “Greetings from Heaven.” They have been making bracelets and crochet crafts, like flowers, bookmarkers, hearts and bows, to sell. All proceeds benefit the women at the shelter. The