We, at VFV, have always been so thankful to have dedicated and passionate volunteers who would always lend us a helping hand and support us with our advocacies. Sir David Worth, a happily-retired Civil Engineer from the UK, makes a perfect example of a volunteer of that sort. In the written interview below, he is
The sun is beating down on the students lining up to enter the ceremony hall at Eastern Visayas State University. Finally we spot her – Kareen, one of VFV’s sponsored students. Today she graduates with a BA in Maths. VFV Sponsorship Kareen’s involvement with VFV
How to make a kite from a plastic bag, some sticks and string! If you look up to the sky on a sunny day in Bliss, you will always see a colorful kite or two fluttering away in the breeze against the piercing blue sky. I enlisted 8 year old Dwayne (one of VFV’s sponsored
Home sweet home. Find out how VFV volunteer Jordan is making life sweeter for boys at a development center.
It’s a sad fact that street children exist in their thousands in the Philippines. Victims of abuse, broken families or exploitation, children can all too easily find themselves living in the streets. With no-one to look out for them they are vulnerable to further abuse, joining criminal gangs and drug addiction. Last week I visited