OB First to Bring Relief to Hardest Hit of Davao Flood Victims
It’s the first day of July that may spell not so many sunny days and the darkest nights for this city, where 30 people died and houses were destroyed, swept away and lost in the three-hour flashflood caused by torrential rains last week. read more
Mission Behind Bars
Poverty has spared no choice for 55-year-old Mona (not her real name), a wife to a tricycle driver and a mother to her two sons. read more
Weaver on Wheels
Eusebia Camaran, 60, expertly weaved the dried pawod (coconut) leaves bunched on her lap using only a bamboo and straw string tied around the head of a long nail. Living in a province where most roofs are made from pawod leaves, pawod weaving proved to be a practical form of livelihood for Lola Eusebia. read more
Helping Out Grandma Potter
Aling Maria would love to work on more pottery to provide additional income and hone her craft, but poverty and family poverty stood in her way. Find out how Operation Blessing's livelihood assistance program will fulfill this grandma's dreams. read more
Sewing Her Way Out of Poverty
Faced with hardships, 42-year-old Lerma, a mother of nine, found herself struggling to support her family. Her husband, who only earns P200 a day as a tricycle driver in their village, could not sustain the needs of their large family. Poverty has been their way of life, until Lerma learned to sew. read more
Enrico is All Grown Up
Enrico belongs to the first batch of Operation Blessing’s Bless-a-Child program in 1996. He was a skinny three-year-old back then. Fifteen years ago, Enrico suffered from chronic malnutrition, and her mother Benedicta was desperate to find a solution. read more
A Mother’s Honorable Dream
Nestled in the mountains of Antique is an old nipa hut. Shadowed with a canopy of trees, this simple hut is a haven for two people who share a very special bond—mother and daughter Josephine Lagunday, 41, and Julienne, 11. read more
Wheel Marks on the Sand
Having worked for 47 years in the household of Mayor Fornier, she had her fair share of excitement and everyday bustles. She worked as a cook—one of her specialties including adobong manok. read more

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Stories
February 2012
Earth-Shattering Tragedies
Nothing Can Shake Us
Both Young and Old Hit by Sendong

January 2012
Cleaning Up After Sendong
Missions That Save Lives
A Magical Christmas
Healing After the Storm
Holiday of Happiness
Iligan: Hope and Heroism
Cagayan de Oro: Tales of Survival and Compassion

November 2011
The Hat Weavers of Jao
The Right Tools for Recovery
Keeping the Malong Alive

October 2011
Operation Blessing Uplifts Flooded Calumpit
When We Need You The Most
Rainbow After the Flood
Surprise for a Survivor
A Heart Full of Hope
Worse Than Ondoy
Small Things Go a Long Way
Aid Arrives in Nueva Ecija

September 2011
Dreams and Answered Prayers
Merry, Joyful Mary Joy
Sharing Hope Through a Toy
Caring for the Seniors

August 2011
Erick Can Smile Now
Saving Grace
God’s Mercy Amidst Life’s Tragedy

July 2011
Winmark Finally Wins
Life When the River Rises
New Life Beyond a Broken Bridge
A Timely Blessing
OB First to Bring Relief to Hardest Hit of Davao Flood Victims

June 2011
Mission Behind Bars
Weaver on Wheels
Helping Out Grandma Potter
Sewing Her Way Out of Poverty
Enrico is All Grown Up
A Mother’s Honorable Dream
Wheel Marks on the Sand

May 2011
Meet Determined Dexter
How Precious is an OB Well?
A Celebration of God’s Faithfulness: Love Your Neighbor
"It's Like a New Life!"
Feet of My Own
Dancing On One Leg

April 2011
Something To Make Her Smile
Grandma's New Boat
Moving Forward
Everything Will Be All Right

March 2011
Operation Blessing Leaves Legacy Among Payatas Kids
Freed From Agony
He Could Have Been Anybody’s Dad
Seed of Hope

February 2011
Operation Blessing Moves to New Home in Pasig
Relief That Restores Hope
A Chance to Show Compassion
A Simple Wish Granted

January 2011
Believing the Impossible
A Stool for a Cane
Keeping the Vow She Made
A Gift Better Than Gold

December 2010
Road to Recovery
God Bless Ye Merry Little Men
Abandoned But Not Forgotten
There’s Someone Who Loves Me
No, Not Abandoned!

November 2010
God Cares, Still!
Just One Touch
Touching an Orphan’s Heart
Faithful in Every Season

October 2010
One Unforgettable Visit
One Heart at a Time
Mixed Rice and Toothy Grins
Blessed Beyond Measure
A Day of Enchantment
Someone to Love As We Grow Old

September 2010
Operation Blessing Serves the Elderly in Cavite
A Handicapped Woman’s Beautiful Feet
New Life, New Hope
Operation Blessing Helps Out in Damayang Lagi Fire
Operation Blessing Brings Smiles Amidst Fire Tragedy
From Hopeless End to Endless Hope

August 2010
Sewing a Better Life
Jhan-Jhan’s Priceless Gift
Operation Blessing Responds To Caloocan Fire
Operation Blessing Kids Graduate with Honors and Hope
Thankful Mothers of Payatas
Repair Skills Restore Hope and Dignity
The Best Gift of All

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