Anawim Home for God’s Poor is a small facility of poor and abandoned elderly people in Rizal province. You can volunteer your time, give your support online by liking their page and spreading the word, donate to the Anawim Lay Missions, or take a day-off to visit the elderly and put a smile on their face.
online! You can also be a Jolly Family Toy Scout and help with clean-up and Jollibee’s Gift Giving Caravan!
Coordinate with Kythe to sign up, to be oriented and to be a volunteer. Of course, you can also help by donating. Visit their website for more details.
Haven for the Elderly, a temporary home for the abandoned and neglected senior citizens. You can volunteer and provide assistance through care-giving, medical support, landscaping or gardening – basically, whatever you feel you can help with. You can also coordinate with them and have your own activities with the elderly.
Give Love on Christmas Day is an annual Christmas project that was formed in December 2010 as a way for the founders to pay it forward. Their “Pasko na Sintas Ko” is a fundraising project for Destiny’s Promise Home for Children Foundation RastacLOVE costs only 50PHP but can go a long way! On December 7, they’ll be visiting the orphanage so leave them a message if you’re interested in joining!
Check out their website for more opportunities to volunteer this Christmas and the rest of the year!
Christmassaya 2014 on December 6 as a volunteer or as a donor. Volunteer briefing is on November 29. Visit their Facebook page for more details!
For all the foodies out there, you can also donate through The Breakfast Table in Maginhawa, Quezon City and sponsor a Christmas breakfast for a child fighting cancer at Philippine Children’s Medical Center. Donations start at 150 php.
There are actually a lot more ways to give back this holiday season so go and find an organization that fits you best! Also, if you’re too busy this Christmas, don’t worry! Giving should not be limited to this season but all year round so you can still contact these organizations!
Do you know other places to volunteer? Let us know in the Comments Section below!