In today’s world there are literally hundreds of ways to reach out and assist disadvantaged communities and individuals in developing nations. Child Sponsorship, micro financing programs such as kiva.org and specific social media applications such as the infamous Causes are just a few ways in which you can spend a few bucks to contribute towards something that will make a positive improvement to the life of someone less fortunate.
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What would be the house of your dreams? A four winged mansion estate, a modern condo overlooking a spectacular view or maybe just a nice three bedroom house in a swanky suburb?
For many of the families that Volunteer for the Visayans (VFV) serve, the house of their dreams would be one where they escape the rain dripping in through the cracks in the ceiling, the kind that doesn’t shake in heavy winds and the kind that has a sanitary human waste disposal system – and that’s exactly what we are trying to give them!
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This June, Volunteer for the Visayans (VFV) Needs YOU to help assist in the construction of a community center for children enrolled on our Dumpsite Project.
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Nathan Jensen, a 26 year old carpenter from Queensland in Australia has just spent the last three weeks building homes for disadvantaged families in the Philippines with Volunteer for the Visayans.