Do you have an Attitude of Gratitude Here are 3 Ways to Express it

Do you have an Attitude of Gratitude? Here are 3 Ways to Express it

Are you ready for the year 2020 to be done? 

After all that has happened – from the threat of volcanic eruption to a deadly pandemic, the aftermath of the back-to-back typhoons to the loss of your livelihood even loved ones – you might have muttered, “Can this year end already? 

Is it possible to be thankful to God in the midst of all the troubles and challenges you face? Indeed, it is. 

The Bible says, “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” (1 Thessalonians 5:18 NIV). 

Being grateful is not ignoring nor dismissing the raw feelings of hurt and hardship you have at the moment. According to Dr. David Murray in his article featured in Tabletalk Magazine, the key to being grateful is in finding cause for thanksgiving whatever circumstances we are in. 

Moreover, gratitude isn’t just a word – it is an action word. You start, you go and you give with thanksgiving in your heart. Gratitude expresses your faith and here are some ways to demonstrate it: 

  1. Start with a smile

Isn’t it amazing to start your day with a bright smile and thank God for the gift of life? 

It is good to note that despite all the chaos, you are still here – breathing and living the moment. You have food to eat, the roof above your head, and a chance to spend time with your loved ones. Those are more than enough reasons to smile and thank God for His goodness, faithfulness, and love! 

Smile, look around you and see how it would positively affect others and set the atmosphere right. Psychological Science says that smiling can help reduce the intensity of the body’s stress response, so use it as an opportunity to display God’s kindness and glorify Him! 

  1. Go and thank someone

When was the last time you sincerely thanked someone? When was the last time you actually stopped and appreciated the people around you? 

Maybe you need to go and thank the cleaner in your office who keeps your space clean, the delivery man who brought your item just in time, or your spouse who constantly makes you a cup of coffeePerhaps, you need to say ‘thanks’ to a friend who checks up on you or your parents. Thank people for simply existing and blessing you with their lives! 

Utter some words of appreciation and see how their faces would light up! 

  1. Give and bless someone

It is one thing to survive a crisis and another to thrive in the aftermath of it. One way to show gratitude for what you have and show empathy to people who lost their jobs or loved ones is to bless them. 

Know how it is more blessed to give than to receive (Acts 20:35c NIV). You can be a blessing by serving free meals, raising funds for affected families, or partnering with organizations that bring relief and encouragement to kababayans in need. 

Enter his gates with thanksgiving; go into his courts with praise. Give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.” (Psalm 100:4-5 NLT) 

The attitude of gratitude does not mean denying your own needs or feelings. It is boldly believing that the storms won’t last. It is holding on to that faith that no matter what happens, your Heavenly Father is ready to take you through – with sustenance, love, and grace. 

Are you looking for ways to demonstrate gratefulness and gratitude? You can partner with us today in bringing hope and aid to our kababayans! 

If you need someone to pray for you, do not hesitate to call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8737-0700 and we would love to stand with you through prayers.

A Ray of Hope from you, for the Cagayanos

A Ray of Hope from you, for the Cagayanos

“I feel so hopeless whenever I remember what happened,” lamented Victor dela Cruz, a 50-year-old resident of Amulung in Cagayan Valley.

He could not help but become emotional every time he recalls the tragedy they experienced when Typhoon Ulysses lashed some parts of Luzon and caused major damage in the Cagayan region.

When the waters flooded their whole barangay, all their livestock – including a carabao and a cattle – drowned because they had to ensure the safety of their families first.

Those were the most distressing days of his life, and possibly, for most of the Cagayanos

For 3-5 days, they stood drenched on their rooftops with nothing to eat, crying for rescue. All they could do was to pray for their lives to be spared from the imminent danger and for the water to subsideBut when it finally did, the next scenes were more devastating. 

We couldn’t even eat that time, Victor recalled. His small farm remained covered with mudalong with the other houses in their neighborhood.

Now that the typhoon has already left the country, Victor and other typhoon survivors were left wondering about how to rebuild their lives.

We are hoping that someone would help us to start over again. We need carabaos in our farms so that we can provide food for our families and for our community, Victor shared.

That is why when CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, visited their community, Victor saw a ray of hope. 

Hand in hand with faithful partners from Victory Christian Fellowship, the Philippine Armyand off-road volunteers, Operation Blessing provided much-needed food items, hygiene kits, and shelter materials to the residents of Barangay AnabuculanUnag, and Abolo in Amulung. 

Families – including Victor’s household – received food bags that would help them get by for a week. Apart from the material relief, the survivors also received prayers and words of encouragement from the team. 

They heard the message of hope that one day, with the help of God, they can all get back on their feet.

This Social Welfare Week, you can help them rebuild their lives with dignity!

Through your prayers and giving, more disaster-stricken kababayans would receive the help they need and would see that there is hope – through God and through you.

You can make a tangible change and you can make it today! 

Reach out to more Cagayanos by donating any amount through Operation Blessing’s website, through GCash (Operation Blessing), or through the following bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.: 

 

Banco De Oro (BDO)     

Peso Account: 003-000-055-279     

Dollar Account: 103-000-11-3333     

Swift Code: BNORPHMM   

 

Union Bank of the Philippines     

Peso Account: 00-216-072163-9     

Dollar Account: 13-216-000170-0     

Swift Code: UBPHPHMM   

 

Metrobank     

Peso Account: 270-3-27050273-4     

Dollar Account: 270-2-27000282-4     

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM  

 

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)     

Peso Account: 3001-0040-33  

 

For more information on how to donate and make sponsorships, you may visit Operation Blessing’s Facebook pageor contact 09399215543 or 09189067753. 

 

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Be Part of Our Relief Efforts! Send Hope and Healing through Operation Blessing

Be Part of Our Relief Efforts! Send Hope and Healing through Operation Blessing

The massive flood brought by the recent typhoons has turned hectares of rice fields into lakes.

Because of this, farmers like Ignacio Victoria cannot help but look over the flooded fields and lament over their huge loss. It is hard for him to absorb that their main source of livelihood is now submerged in floodwaters, and they are not able to salvage any of it.

“I feel sick just by looking at our rice fields. It was our family’s only source of food and income. We tried to recover some sacks of wet grains, but they are rotting already,” Ignacio grieves.

Even before Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses razed our country, the lives of our farmers are already challenging.

And now, like Ignacio, hundreds of farmers are wondering how they would feed their families in the coming days. They are wondering where to find hope and encouragement amid all the storms that struck their lives.

In helplessness, they found relief.

Thanks to your partnership with Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines – Ignacio’s family would not have to worry about their meals for a week.

Ignacio and his co-farmers in Lopez, Quezon received much-needed foodnon-food items, and hygiene kits when the Operation Blessing team visited their community. Apart from the relief goods, the beneficiaries were also given the chance to hear the saving love of God and encouraging prayers through our church partners.

Today, Operation Blessing’s disaster response team is in Cagayan to send aid to families who are severely affected by Typhoon Ulysses. If you are looking for ways to lend a helping handyou are in the right place! Become part of our relief efforts to the Cagayanos by partnering with us!

Hand in hand, we can continue to send relief, hope, and healing to our disaster-stricken kababayans!

Your faithful donation, whether big or small, means a lot in helping them get back on their feet. You may support them by giving throughOperation Blessing’s website, through GCash (Operation Blessing), or through the following bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.:

Banco De Oro (BDO)     

Peso Account: 003-000-055-279     

Dollar Account: 103-000-11-3333     

Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Union Bank of the Philippines     

Peso Account: 00-216-072163-9     

Dollar Account: 13-216-000170-0     

Swift Code: UBPHPHMM 

Metrobank     

Peso Account: 270-3-27050273-4     

Dollar Account: 270-2-27000282-4     

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM 

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)     

Peso Account: 3001-0040-33 

For more information on how you can extend help, you may contact 09399215543 or 09189067753. To know more about how Operation Blessing helps our kababayans in need, you may visit Operation Blessing’s Facebook page.

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Looking for Ways to Help Families Hit by Typhoon Ulysses?

Houses fully submerged in flood waters. Families drenched on their rooftops. Vulnerable individuals pleading for help and rescue.

Have you seen these tragic images that circulated online in recent days during and after Typhoon Ulysses? Perhaps, you have also experienced some of these overwhelming scenarios, too.

Still reeling from Typhoon Quinta and Typhoon Rolly’s impact, our kababayans were caught flat-footed when Typhoon Ulysses lashed Luzon last weekend.

Typhoon Ulysses did not just trigger massive flooding – it also displaced thousands of families, claimed innocent lives, and left billions worth of residential, agricultural, and infrastructural damage. 

Even after leaving the Philippine Area of Responsibility, Typhoon Ulysses’ trail of death and destruction continue to affect especially the most vulnerable.

Through your genuine prayers and generous support, you can help them recover from this calamity in your own little ways! Help rebuild a life by partnering with CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines. 

Operation Blessing has been working hand-in-hand with church partners and local government units in typhoon-affected communities, so you can ensure that affected families will get the help they desperately need.

You may donate any amount through Operation Blessing’s website, through GCash (Operation Blessing), or through the following bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.:

Banco De Oro (BDO)    

Peso Account: 003-000-055-279    

Dollar Account: 103-000-11-3333    

Swift Code: BNORPHMM  

Union Bank of the Philippines    

Peso Account: 00-216-072163-9    

Dollar Account: 13-216-000170-0    

Swift Code: UBPHPHMM  

Metrobank    

Peso Account: 270-3-27050273-4    

Dollar Account: 270-2-27000282-4    

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM 

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)    

Peso Account: 3001-0040-33 

Some say that Typhoon Ulysses is worse than Typhoon Ondoy that battered the country over a decade ago. The road to healing and rehabilitation might be long but just like a decade ago, the Filipinos will rise by lifting each other.

Let it start in you! Donate now to Operation Blessing to reach families in need!

For more information on how you can extend help, you may contact 09399215543 or 09189067753. Visit Operation Blessing’s Facebook page to stay updated about our relief efforts.

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Bracing for Impact Operation Blessing Prepositions Team to Aid Families in Albay_1

Bracing for Impact: Operation Blessing Prepositions Team to Aid Families in Albay

Braving the chilly cold winds, raging floods, and heavy rains brought by Typhoon Ulysses, CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines team, is now prepositioned in Albay to conduct nonstop relief efforts.

The Operation Blessing’s disaster response team, together with faithful church partners and selfless volunteers, are now on standby – ready to deliver much-needed food and non-food items to more than 500 displaced families in Camalig, Polangui, and Libon.

You too can bring aid to families who are severely affected by the recent typhoons! You too can help communities brace for the impact of any calamity!

At the comfort of your own home, you can help make sure that our most vulnerable kababayans and most affected communities will receive the help they need.

You can do this by praying for the team’s safety as they face the harsh weather head-on, and by sending your donations so we can amp up our relief efforts and reach more typhoon-stricken families. 

Help us help more by giving via GCash (Operation Blessing), through Operation Blessing’s website, or through the following bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.: 

Banco De Oro (BDO)  

Peso Account: 003-000-055-279  

Dollar Account: 103-000-11-3333  

Swift Code: BNORPHMM 

Union Bank of the Philippines  

Peso Account: 00-216-072163-9  

Dollar Account: 13-216-000170-0  

Swift Code: UBPHPHMM 

Metrobank  

Peso Account: 270-3-27050273-4  

Dollar Account: 270-2-27000282-4  

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)  

Peso Account: 3001-0040-33

For more information on how you can help, feel free to call 09399215543 or 09189067753. 

Stay in the know! Visit Operation Blessing’s Facebook page to know more about the team’s ongoing disaster relief efforts.

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Prayers and Helping Hands Needed for Typhoon Rolly-Affected Families

When Typhoon Rolly first made its landfall in the Philippines, the next scenes became devastating.

Dubbed as the strongest storm in the world this year” by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA)typhoon Rolly – with international name Goni – packed catastrophic wind speeds of 225 kilometers per hour and smashed into Catanduanes in the Bicol Region last Sunday.

The typhoon’s impact was very much felt in Bicol – bending lamp posts, causing power outages, submerging towns in water, destroying crops and infrastructures, and burying hundreds of houses in volcanic rocks and mudflows from the Mayon Volcano. 

Typhoon Rolly has already left the country but it also left thousands of families reeling from the impact.

CNN Philippines reports that to date, the devastating storm has also claimed 20 innocent lives and left tens and thousands of families in evacuation centers – all in the middle of the deadly pandemic.

Realizing the critical need of affected communities, the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, has prepositioned its disaster response team to Bicol and other affected provinces even before the typhoon’s onslaught.

Families from the coastal area of Barangay Anibin Sipocot, Camarines Sur – whose homes were totally washed out by the typhoon – received much-needed food items and sleeping mats. On the other hand, the residents of Barangay San Roque, in Lopez, Quezon were given food bags to share with their families.

Today, the team visited Barangay Lanigayin Polangui, Albay, and distributed food supplies and sleeping mats.

Aside from the immediate relief, the team offered prayers and words of encouragement to help comfort the affected families, through the support of Operation Blessing’s church partners.

Meanwhile, the Operation Blessing team is currently on the ground to assess the needs of displaced families and other affected individuals in Naga.

Amid the threat of COVID-19, thousands of families are forced to stay in evacuation centers and are still needing continuous humanitarian aid. Because the typhoon also ravaged their livelihood, a lot of them are now wondering where to get their next meal.

Through your prayers and support, we can help our kababayans get back on their feet!

Your partnership with Operation Blessing enables us to provide life-saving supplies like food and non-food items, sanitation kits, and medical care to disaster-stricken communities. In this dark timeevery donation serves as the light to those who are in great need.

Help affected families to recover from Typhoon Rolly!

Send hope by donating through GCash (Operation Blessingor through Operation Blessing’s website. For more information on how you can help, you may contact these numbers: 09189067753, 09399215543. For updates about our disaster relief efforts, follow Operation Blessing’s Facebook page.

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Your Simple Gadget Can Breathe Life into Someone Else’s Dream

I feel guilty whenever I cannot do anything. There were times when I told myself that I am really tired, to the point of wanting to commit suicide.”

Years ago, Nilo Camosa saw no future ahead of him. No matter how hard he tried to continue his schooling, it seemed impossible.

The 19-year-old student in Malalag, Davao del Sur has already accepted his fate; he had no plans of enrolling to college. He thought that maybe, this is how things should be. He would rather work to support his family’s growing needs than think of his own future. 

“I wanted to find a job to support my siblings and send them to school. It did not matter if I won’t be able to finish my education, as long as they finish theirs,” Nilo recalled.

Nilo’s mother, Violeta, is partially blind. Every day, she covers her children in prayers – hoping that God would always protect them and bless them with opportunities to finish their studies.

NelsonNilo’s fatheralso wanted to fulfill his responsibilities as a parent, but his health would not allow him. He cannot work any longer after an incident that broke his collar bone.

It pains him to see his son shouldering all the responsibilities at the expense of Nilo’s own dreams. It pains him to see that there is nothing he can do about it.

I have huge dreams for my children. I wish I was not injured so they would not end up like me who didn’t finish schooling,” Nelson lamented.

Amid their dire situation, the family found hope when God opened a door of opportunity for Nilo. He became one of the scholars of Operation Blessing’s Back to School program that supports underprivileged yet deserving students.

However, athe country continues to reel on the pandemic’s impact, the learning system shifts into digital. Nilo got worried about how he can study despite the lack of gadget that is suitable for online learning.

Thanks to the donors and partners of Operation Blessing who supported its One Student, One Gadget Campaign, Nilo was able to get the tablet he needs to continue with online learning! The team visited their home and surprised Nilo with his new gadget.

I jumped out of joy, it felt like I won a million jackpot! Operation Blessing gave me life and new hope to continue my studies. They became an instrument so I can pursue my dreams,” Nilo said.

Education gives students like Nilo a chance at a better futureThey are given the chance to get out of poverty and transform their future as well as the lives of their families.

Through your continuous partnership with Operation Blessing’s One Student, One Gadget Campaignmany dreams would be rekindled. For your every gift – whether a cash donation or a used but functioning gadget – a student’s life is transformed.

Together, we can touch more lives and rekindle more dreams! 

Support the One Student, One Gadget Campaign by donating through Operation Blessing’s website or calling 09399215543 or 09189067753. You may also visit Operation Blessing’s Facebook page to know more about the work we do.

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What Happened to Cancer Patients during the Pandemic? | Breast Cancer Awareness Month

“Our condition got worse because of COVID-19. This is how Mila Dollente, diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, described what happened to her during the pandemic.

Mila’s journey has been filled with rather grueling obstacles.

While Mila bravely faces her own battle, her husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Both had to stop working due to their serious conditions – making it hard for the family to make ends meet.

Their eldest, who is a working student, helps in supporting the needs of their family. However, the lockdown caused by the pandemic affected their child’s job.

Due to COVID-19, it is especially hard for us to provide our daily needs,” Mila lamented.

Through the help of some neighbors and relatives, somehow, they managed to get by. Nevertheless, it was not enough to cover all their needs. Furthermore, they did not receive any aid from the government since the lockdown started.

On top of their existing medical conditions, the couple had to endure hunger so that they could prioritize her oral chemotherapy and her husband’s maintenance medicines.

Most of the time, we would just eat twice a day so that our budget could cover our other expenses,” Mila shared, whose only prayer is for her and her husband to live a longer life so that they could cherish it with their 2 children.

At the end of her rope, she decided to send a message to the Facebook page of Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm.

Operation Blessing came to the rescue and brought relief to Mila’s family. She received much-needed food items so that her family won’t have to worry about what they would eat for a week.

More than the material relief, Mila also got the chance to know and receive the saving love of Jesus Christ through the Operation Blessing team.

“Our whole family is so grateful for all the help you have given us, Operation Blessing. Because of your aid, we can now eat thrice a day. Thank you!” Mila ended, who is glad of her newfound hope in God.

Mila is just one of the many breast cancer patients who experience fear and endure hunger amid the pandemic. A lot of them remain unreached, needing assistance and encouragement.

This Breast Cancer Awareness Monthlet us strengthen our support for breast cancer patients. Join in the cause to help men and women in need today! 

Through Operation Blessing, you too can reach out to patients and show compassion and support toward affected kababayans.

You may give through the following bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.

Banco De Oro (BDO) 

Peso Account: 003-000-055-279 

Dollar Account: 103-000-11-3333 

Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Union Bank of the Philippines 

Peso Account: 00-216-072163-9 

Dollar Account: 13-216-000170-0 

Swift Code: UBPHPHMM

Metrobank 

Peso Account: 270-3-27050273-4 

Dollar Account: 270-2-27000282-4 

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) 

Peso Account: 3001-0040-33

For more details on how to donate and make sponsorship, you may contact us at 09399215543 or 09189067753, or visit Operation Blessing’s website 

Meanwhile, if you are a breast cancer patient or you know someone who is battling against it, we want to journey with you through prayers. You may call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8737-0700 or send in your prayer requests to our Facebook page. 

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Through a young Dumagat’s eyes: COVID-19 brings hunger, sadness

We are very worried and sad because of the COVID-19 pandemic,” uttered Jedidiah, a young member of the Dumagat tribe residing in Tanay, Rizal.

Through her innocent eyes, the current pandemic brings nothing but hunger, sadness, fear, and uncertainty. 

Their schooling was heavily affected by the lockdown, leaving their family worried about her education. In addition to the burden they experience, Jedidiah’s father – who works as a jeepney driver – lost his job.

Her mother Eufemia even recalled that there were times when late at night, they would still worry about how to put food on their table. The crops in their backyard were not enough to sustain their daily needs, let alone provide for other necessities.

“It pains me to see my children endure hunger. Sometimesthey would go to sleep starving. It’s hard to tell them to wait for food because they are still young. They would not understand why,” said Eufemia, who also serves as the tribe leader of the Dumagat community in Tanay.

Their family is one of the hundreds of Dumagat families whose livelihoods were severely affected by the pandemic. Due to the lockdown, they cannot go down the mountainanymore to sell their agricultural products in the town center. Plus, their remote location is one of the main reasons why relief operations do not reach their community.

As much as they want to work hard to provide for their families, opportunities for tribal communities are scarce. These days, their already difficult situation as indigenous people has become even more challenging.

“We are trying to cope and find ways to support our families. However, the COVID-19 and the government protocols for everyone’s safety prevent us from doing so. Because of the pandemic, it’s really difficult for us to provide even the basic needs of our families,” the tribal leader shared.

Livelihoods lost, health risks, while living in a far-flung community – it’s no wonder why little Jedidiah and all other Dumagat children see sadness in the face of COVID-19.

To help ease their burden, the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines visited their community and distributed much-needed food packs. Dumagat families in Sitio ManggahanDaraitanTanay, in the province of Rizal received rice, canned goods, and other food items.

“I am very grateful to Operation Blessing for reaching out to us. The food pack you gave us is huge help to my family. May God bless you and may you not get tired of helping those who are in need, like us,” Eufemia said.

Hopes lifted, her daughter Jedidiah added, “I am happy because we now have food to eat. Thank you so much, Operation Blessing!”

This National Indigenous Peoples Month, you can help alleviate the hunger and sadness of our indigenous kababayans.

Through your generous giving, you also give them the message that there is hope amid crisis. Your support – whether big or small – shows that no matter the distance, there are people who care and would help them get through this very challenging season.

Are you willing to give hope and light to Filipino tribes?

Bless our indigenous kababayans by partnering with Operation Blessing today. You may donate online, through banks, and via Gcash. For more details on how to donate and sponsor, you may contact 09399215543 or 09189067753.

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Support Students in their Learning through “One Student, One Gadget” Campaign!

Millions of students across the country are now navigating the new normal way of learning.

Howeverthe pandemic does not affect every student equally.

While some students can learn at the comfort of their homes, there are thousands of underprivileged students who do not have access to resources needed to continue their education.

Their families are already struggling to put food on their table every day, let alone purchase a gadget for their child’s learning.

Good news is you can help them overcome the barriers to online learning!

For your donation of cash, or brand new or used but functioning gadgetOperation Blessing’s Back-to-School scholars and other underprivileged yet deserving students can continue with online learning. These gadgets can either be a laptop or tablet that can be used for their online classes.

By supporting Operation Blessing’s “One Student, One Gadget” campaign, you can help these young Filipinos enjoy their right to educationtransform their lives, and better their future.

Bless a student today!

You may give online through Operation Blessing’s website, or through these bank accounts with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc. 

 

Banco de Oro (BDO) 

Peso Account: 003-000-055-279 

Dollar Account: 103-000-11-3333 

Swift Code: BNORPHMM 

 

Union Bank of the Philippines 

Peso Account: 00-216-072163-9 

Dollar Account: 13-216-000170-0 

Swift Code: UBPHPHMM 

 

Metrobank

Peso Account: 270-3-27050273-4 

Dollar Account: 270-2-27000282-4 

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM  

 

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) 

Peso Account: 3001-0040-33

 

For more details on how to donateyou may contact 0939-9215543 or 0918-9067753, or send a message to Operation Blessing’s Facebook page. 

(DSWD-SB-SP-00112-2020 Nationwide)

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