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March 2021 - Giving Gift of Lights to Manobos Tribe During a Disaster
Helping indigenous people of Surigao when typhoon Vicky ravaged Surigao del Sur and the town of Lianga was not spared. In Feb, another powerful typhoon Auring brought floods and strong winds that left this town hopeless with no electricity. OHFH finally prompted to travel to Lianga to heed the call for help despite pandemic. 60 units of D-Light solar lantern for the powerless community of Manobo tribes.
Feb 2021 - Giving Light and Hope in Caramoan, Camarines Sur
After searching the islands for solar lamp beneficiaries, this time One Heart For Hope searched the mainland, in Baranggay Tabgon, Caramoan, for more families to help. Volunteers traveled by motorbikes and by foot under the pouring rain to share the gift of light. They had to traverse ricefields and rivers just to find these families without electricity.
February 2021 - Giving Light and Hope in Lahuy Is, Camarines Sur
One Heart For Hope reached out to these families to give solar lights affected by the calamity. The people of this remote island, mostly farmers and fishermen, doesn't get as much help as those who live in the mainland. Knowing that resources are few, still, they gladly offered our team their coconuts and root crops for free. They only accepted with a condition that they buy them
October 2021 - Center Daycare/Learning Center Sponsored by OHFH
Built in 2018, OHFH Day Care Center for T’Boli Children in So. Cotabato, helping children the opportunity to develop a strong foundation in education process towards their development maturity independence and higher learning skills; to enhance their educational and cultural heritage such as their dances, songs, folk tales, riddles and etc. and provide them a safe environment in preparation for elementary education. To ensure that the classroom will the maintained and utilized effectively for the most member of school children, the Indigenous Learning School (ILS) have partnered with relevant grant agencies particularly the Dept of Education (DepEd) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).
One Heart for Hope have limited our activities in 2020 and 2021 due in part to health concerns that make it unsafe for our volunteers and recipients to conduct charity giving and mission projects. We are committed to providing our coordinators and on-site volunteers with a safe and healthy environment and also following specfic protocols implemented by each provinces, towns and barangays. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation with our COVID prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect our recepients and their families.
December 2021 - OHFH Tutorial Center Christmas Giving
On 19th of December 2021, One Heart for Hope (Philippines) made their elementary & high school scholars’ Christmas giving. Held in San Juan Dela Cruz Parish Savings & Credit Cooperative, Ugong, Valenzuela City, the team shared premium Christmas packages with their elementary and high school scholars, as well as grocery items for their families. Recepients were families who were severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
December 2021 - Christmas Giving - Albay
Christmas Food Bags were given to over 50 families in Sto. Nino, Sto. Domingo, Albay. Donated by Virginia Cananea-Lam and Edward Lam together with friends and families from US and Bicol.
December 2021 - Christmas Giving - Catanauan, Quezon
One Heart For Hope visited the farmers and fishermen of Catanauan, Quezon Province to distribute "noche buena" package which consists of 5 kilos of rice, complete set of spaghetti meal for the family, cheese, and corned beef. Meals were also served to the beneficiaries who walked all the way from their farms to attend the event. For those who are too far and too weak to attend, our volunteers managed to visit their homes and handed to them personally. Big thanks to our volunteers Leo Lavina, JR Pastrana, Domer Pastrana and their very supportive family.