A new house for Marilyn
Who doesn’t dream of a safe and decent living space? Everyone, right? Volunteer for the Visayans (VFV) is no exception. VFV dreams of building safe and decent new house for the families of its sponsored children through the Build a Home Project . VFV finds generous sponsors to help fund the Build a Home Project
A recipe for healthy children – brought to you by the VFV feeding project at Palo.
Ingredients: • Delicious, fresh vegetables from the local market – carrots, cabbage, onions, garlic, ginger • Beans – a good source of protein • Coconut milk • Curry Powder • Plenty of rice Method: 1. Put the rice in a very large
FAQ: What to Expect From Volunteering with VFV
We frequently receive inquiries from volunteers that span from their ability to participate in our programs to accessibility to basic needs during their stay to what to expect when they step off the plane. This post is devoted to answering some of those common questions, and please feel free to comment if we missed some