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Update at Cagayan

January 1, 2017

We visited the sponsored students and their families, who all showed their gratitude. With the zero interest loan offered by Living Enhancement Program, some residents open a small store, some sell groceries, and others raise pigs. Their family income has increased, and we were pleased to see their smile, especially because we knew their struggles in the past. Facing many challenges such as the seniors’ health issue, the government’s requirements, and receiving no suitable referral, we discontinued the senior service after sending the last senior to another elderly center in December 2016. We are planning other community services using the same location.

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Beneficiaries’ Stories

November 17, 2017

Liezle She is a widow and has 6 kids; they are all studying, the youngest one being in Kindergarten. With […]

Update at Tarlac

January 1, 2017

Volunteers participated in the Family Fun Day at Ventenilla Elementary School. Our dance and Ukulele performances were loudly applauded. After […]

Visit to Caloocan

January 1, 2017

Volunteers from Australia, Singapore, and North America joined in home visits and various Christmas celebrations.

Update at Cagayan

January 1, 2017

We visited the sponsored students and their families, who all showed their gratitude. With the zero interest loan offered by […]

Community Service Program in Caloocan

October 4, 2016

Residents had long undergone the inconvenience of walking in the dark. Light and Love Home recently sponsored the setting up […]

Funfairs in Tarlac and Caloocan

August 1, 2016

Young and energetic teams from Singapore and Sydney organized several funfairs to spread the festive joy in Tarlac and Caloocan. […]