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Noche Buena Cook Off 2020

Support this year’s #WorldVisionNocheBuena Campaign by taking on the #WVNocheBuenaCookOff2020 – Instagram Challenge and help provide Noche Buena packs  to World Vision registered children and families… Learn More


November: National Children’s Month 2020

The 2020 National Children’s Month (NCM) will focus on upholding Children’s Right during the Pandemic like COVID – 19 with the theme Sama-samang Itaguyod ang Karapatan ng Bawat Bata sa Panahon ng Pandemya!


Sponsor A Girl

All girls deserve education, health, water, protection, economic opportunity and God’s love. They are breaking the mold and proving that with the right tools, women can do anything. Girls are meant to thrive and lead. With your help, #GirlsCan… Learn More

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