Nutrition project

Among a lot of VFV programs, VFV was in Palo for the nutrition project. On May 6, two volunteers, Kristie and Roxanne from VFV in Tacloban City where in Palo feeding 36 children. These Sponsored children receive from VFV a nutrition diet that allow them to develop and grow adequately. This project was intended to

Traditional Filipino Games (Laro ng Lahi)

January 16, 2015, 3 days before the group of Canadian students from Cegep de Remouski’s return to Canada. They were presented an activity and games which they were never played and experienced before. We call it  Laro ng Lahi or the Traditional Filipino Games. These games are commonly played by children, usually using  native materials

Volunteer for the Visayans’ Gift-Giving

  Traditionally, Volunteer for the Visayans give out gifts every year to different placements and projects. Volunteer for the Visayans has managed to accumulate a number of donations such as  toys and clothes from previous volunteers and various donors. This enabled us to distribute or give out simple gifts to children from disadvantaged backgrounds and

Funding for the future

On November 30, 25 mothers from the bustling village of Cangumbang met with VFV workers Christina Born and Maila Lesterio. Whilst the meeting started with a few lighthearted jokes and an amusing icebreaker game, the purpose of this gathering was far more ambitious, ultimately ending with the formation of Cangumbang’s first micro-financing initiative. Initially conceived