10142020_Through a young Dumagat’s eyes COVID-19 brings hunger, sadness

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. 

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Charity amid a Crisis? 3 Questions to Ask Yourself as You Give during a Pandemic

With months away from flipping the 2020 calendar, the battle against the pandemic is far from over.

Healthcare workers still struggle with a shortage of protective equipment. More and more kababayans face unemployment as the economy dips. And, low-income families continue to wonder where to get their next meal.

No doubt, the current crisis takes a heavy toll on every Juan.

Yes, life is quite challenging these days. It is hard to keep your face toward the sunshine when all you can see are shadows, isn’t it?

Yet one of the strongest traits of being a Filipino is the inclination to find the silver lining on every cloud. And if there’s one silver lining that came out during this difficult time, it is the bayanihan spirit that gets stronger because of the crisis.

This International Day of Charity, here are 3 things to ponder on if you are wondering about how you can take part in helping others even in the simplest way:

1. What is your motivation?

Ask yourself why you want to give and what specific things you want to accomplish by donating.

Do you want to support and sustain the health workers and other frontliners? Do you wish to feed the hungry and send aid to those who lost their jobs? Or maybe, your heart is in supporting the youth’s learning and education amid the pandemic?

Knowing your “whats” and “whys” about giving will help you with the “hows.” Your personal motivations can help you decide how to maximize your resources and execute your charitable ideas.

2. What are your resources?

Charity comes in various shapes and sizes.

You can donate goods, money, or time. However, due to the pressing health risks brought by COVID-19, more people are now actively involved in supporting those who are in need through financial means.

Giving food and other essential items is great. But if you have the financial capacity to give and make sponsorships, you may consider donating money so those in need can buy the things they actually need.

Also, are you considering a one-time donation, or would you go for a long-term, more sustainable way of helping others?

3. Do you need expert guidance on your charitable giving?

If you are a first-time donor or you simply do not know yet who to help and how you can help, partnering with charitable and humanitarian organizations is a good option.

These groups have been working closely with the communities and beneficiaries, and have projects that help people in the ways they need most. Your generous support would help them sustain such projects that truly help people.

For instance, Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines – CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm – has been working to help in the fight against COVID-19 and bring hope and comfort to kababayans who experience fear and anxiety during this pandemic.

Operation Blessing has already provided relief to thousands of patientsfrontlinersfarmerssenior citizens and childrenpersons with disabilitiesindigenous communitiesjeepney driversjobless and homeless individuals, and some of the most vulnerable families across the country.

If you want to help our underprivileged kababayans and spark hope to communities in need, you can partner with Operation Blessing today. You may give online or contact 09399215543 or 09189067753 to make sponsorships.

It takes huge faith to give away what is yours.

But instead of being close-fisted, God has opened your heart and hands for something bigger: helping others.

Know that as you donate, you give beyond money. You don’t just alleviate their current suffering – you also help restore their hope and dignity. Above all, you please your Heavenly Father, because even during the toughest days, you still choose to give with compassion, love, and charity.

“Let all your things be done with charity.” (1 Corinthians 16:14 KJV)

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Hope Arises for Indigenous Families in Quezon | Operation Blessing

Indigenous communities are already experiencing hunger and poor access to healthcare and other essential services even before the COVID-19 outbreak happened.

In fact, the United Nations reports that indigenous people are nearly 3 times as likely to be living in extreme poverty as their non-indigenous counterparts.

The current pandemic made their condition much, much worse.

The Dumagat Remontado tribe residing in BrgyLumutan, General Nakar, Quezon, was among those greatly affectedThe virus poses graver health threat to their families while lockdowns in some parts of the country also prevent them from continuing with their livelihoods.

To help alleviate their suffering, CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines partnered with the Philippine Army, IBC Diliman Outreach, and DLL/SAGAD Off-Roaders Group and braved the narrow and slippery roads of Quezon just to reach the far-flung area.

Over 200 families received much-needed food bags and hygiene kits – which include sanitation supplies such as tissue paper, sanitary napkins, and diapers for babies. 

Operation Blessing also gave solar panels to BrgyLumutan to aid their need for electricity.

“This food bag is a big blessing to us,” says 24-year-old Marife Mendoza. Marife and her family would steam bananas and sweet potatoes just to put food on their table.

She added, “Because of our poor condition, most of us are illiterate. In my case, I was not even able to finish Grade 1. I have 3 kids now and we basically just depend on the crops we plant for food. My husband, who is a barangay officer, sometimes earns extra money as a hauler but it is still not enough for our daily needs.”

You too, can take part in blessing our indigenous kababayans in need and spark hope to pandemic-hit communities – right in your own home!

Visit the Operation Blessing website and know how you can donate online, through banks, and via GcashFor more details on how to donate and sponsor, you may contact 09399215543 or 09189067753.

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Filipino Bayanihan: Stronger than Any Typhoon, Greater than Any Pandemic

Intense flooding. Heavy rains. Trees and posts toppled by violent winds. Displaced families. Destroyed boats, infrastructures, and fields.

That is what Typhoon Ambo’s aftermath looks like.

Typhoon Ambo left families reeling from the impact. After wreaking havoc in Eastern Samar last May 14, thousands of families lost their homes and livelihoods.

At the same time, the health risks brought by the current pandemic made the situation even more challenging for the affected individuals. They were forced tmove to evacuation centers while observing social distancing and other safety measures.

Battered by a calamity while facing a health crisis, the survivors struggled to cope and see hope.

That is why it’s a huge relief for them when CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines (OB), reached their community and brought much-needed food items.

Because of your unfaltering support, hundreds of kababayans in Barangays Natividad, Cahagwayan, and Baras in San Policarpio, Eastern Samar received food suppliesSan Policarpio was the first to brave Typhoon Ambo’s impact when it made its first landfall in the town, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

The residents have been coping with the wet “palay” (unhusked rice) due to heavy rains and strong winds that ravaged their fieldsand your timely giving provided them food for the next few weeks.

Furthermore, the OB team in Tacloban mobilized help anprovided food assistance to families in Barangays Tawagan, Relocation, Paypayon in Oras, Eastern Samar.

Continue to be an instrument of hope and comfort to our kababayans!

Let our bayanihan spirit be greater than any typhoon or pandemic by giving to typhoon-afflicted and COVID-19 affected families through the Operation Blessing. You may send in your donations through Paypal ([email protected]) and GCash (Operation Blessing) or through banks with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.

BDO: 0030000-55279 (PhP Savings), BDO U.S.: 103000-113-333 ($ Savings)   

BPI: 3001-0040-33 (PhP Current)   

METROBANK: 270-3-27050273-4 (PhP Savings), METROBANK U.S.: 270-2-27000282-4   

UNION BANK: 00-216-072163-9 (PhP Current), UNION BANK U.S.: 13-216-000170-0 ($ Savings)

For more information about Operation Blessing’s relief efforts, visit their website and Facebook page. 

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Stranded this ECQ but Received a Helping Hand | Operation Blessing

As soon as the government declared the quarantine, many kababayans rushed to their home provinces to be with their families.

However, such was not the case for Alnajal Jalmaani.

Alnajal is one of the trainees of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) who got stranded in a dormitory in Manila because of the Luzon-wide quarantine. 

“We were advised to standby. In case the processing of our application resumes, we would be able to report to training by then,” Alnajal shares.

While stuck in their dorm, Alnajal and his co-trainees started feeling restless about their condition. They received no financial help nor support as all their relatives are in Mindanao. They do not know where to seek help for food and some other basic needsIn addition to those burdens, they are really concerned about their families in the province.

“It’s very difficult for all of us, especially to me who doesn’t have a source of income here. I’m also worried about my family in Mindanao. I don’t know who can help me here,” he expressed.

Aside from food insecurity, they are also anxious about their health and safety in case they need to seek food or help outside their dormitory.

That is why it is a huge relief for Aljanal and his co-trainees when the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines (OB) heard about their condition. Operation Blessing immediately visited their dorm and provided much-needed food packs, hygiene kits, and other essential commodities to help alleviate their difficult condition.

“Although we will still be stranded here for quite a while, what Operation Blessing has given us is a huge help to us. Everyone in our boarding house was given relief items, and we are very grateful to Operation Blessing for reaching out to us,” Alnajal said, smiling behind his face mask.

They also received prayers and words of encouragement from the Operation Blessing team to help uplift their spirits. They realized that it is God who sees and will provide for their needs, as said in the Bible:

“And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:19) 

More kababayans like him are still stranded and they need your help. 

You can be a blessing to them by partnering with Operation Blessing now! Your generous giving will help lessen their plight and will lessen the worries of their families left in their respective provinces. 

Reach out by sending in your donations online, through Paypal ([email protected]and GCash (Operation Blessing), or through banks with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.

BDO: 0030000-55279 (PhP Savings), BDO U.S.: 103000-113-333 ($ Savings)   

BPI: 3001-0040-33 (PhP Current)   

METROBANK: 270-3-27050273-4 (PhP Savings), METROBANK U.S.: 270-2-27000282-4   

UNION BANK: 00-216-072163-9 (PhP Current), UNION BANK U.S.: 13-216-000170-0 ($ Savings) 

To know more about Operation Blessing’s relief efforts, visit their website and Facebook page. 

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PPEs Shortage is Real, but the Filipino Bayanihan is Stronger! | Operation Blessing

Livelihoods were lost, lives have been claimed, and people were robbed of their peace.

Without a doubt, the current pandemic has brought a serious impact on the lives of the Filipino people. Furthermore, the shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and preventive care kits adds to the burden of frontliners who have been working hard to fight the battle.  

To help lessen the plight of kababayans, the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines (OB), CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, continues to provide much-needed PPEs and preventive care kits to selfless health workers who are fighting the threat of COVID-19 and its further spread. 

“The preventive care kits you gave mean a lot to us frontliners, even to security guards and caregivers who directly handle patients in our Emergency Room triage. It’s a big help, now that we cannot get PPEs due to lack of suppliers,” shared Pocholo Yamsuan, an Infection Control Nurse at Mary Chiles Hospital and Maternity. 

Face masks, alcohol, soaps, and vitamins to help boost their immune system, are just some of the contents of the preventive care kits given away to hundreds of medical, military, and police frontliners. Not only that, OB also gave out preventive care kits to patients, farmers, daily wage earners, delivery crew, local government personnel, indigenous groups, PWDs, street kids, and homeless individuals who were greatly affected by the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ.) 

“I am happy with what Operation Blessing has given us. These will surely help us, especially now that we’re affected by the ECQOur family doesn’t have enough money to buy things to protect ourselves,” expressed Gina Densing, a patient in one of the hospitals OB catered for.

The beneficiaries also received prayers and words of encouragement from the OB team to remind them of the comforting and saving love of God amid any crisis. 

The shortage of PPEs is real, but hope and our Filipino spirit of bayanihan are stronger!

You, too, can help protect those who protect the people. You, too, can reach out to those who are vulnerable and in need. Partner with Operation Blessing and help save lives today!

You may send in your donations through Paypal ([email protected]) and GCash (Operation Blessing) or through banks with account name: Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc. 

BDO: 0030000-55279 (PhP Savings), BDO U.S.: 103000-113-333 ($ Savings)  

BPI: 3001-0040-33 (PhP Current)  

METROBANK: 270-3-27050273-4 (PhP Savings), METROBANK U.S.: 270-2-27000282-4  

UNION BANK: 00-216-072163-9 (PhP Current), UNION BANK U.S.: 13-216-000170-0 ($ Savings)

Stay updated about Operation Blessing’s relief efforts. Visit their website and Facebook page. 

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Amid COVID-19, How Can We Support ‘World Malaria Day 2020’?

The world’s health systems have never been more challenged than now due to COVID-19.

Although the world’s attention is fixated on the current pandemic, people – including you – are still at risk of other health problems. One of those health risks is malaria infection.

This World Malaria Day, know that zero malaria starts with you. Here’s what you can do:

1. Stay informed

You can remain protected from this disease by knowing what malaria is and how to prevent it.

According to the World Health Organization, malaria is a life-threatening mosquito-borne disease. It is caused by parasites transmitted by infected female Anopheles mosquitoes.

Although preventable and curable, the Outreach Network for Gene Drive Research reports that malaria kills 400,000 people per year, and 228 million cases were registered worldwide in 2018.

Keep your loved ones safe by practicing ways of malaria prevention, especially avoiding mosquito bites. Also, helping spread the word about its prevention is a lifesaving act.

2. Protect health workers

Research published in The Lancet Journals tells that during the outbreak of another disease in Africa, deaths from other causes like malaria rose because of overwhelmed health services and deaths of healthcare workers.

That is why in any season, supporting health workers is important.

Good thing, you can help maintain their health and welfare by partnering with CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm – the Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines. Operation Blessing goes out to hospitals and gives Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), preventive care kits, and vitamins to the brave health workers amid COVID-19.

Be a lifesaver now by supporting health workers through Operation Blessing!

3. Pray for protection

Just like how you pray to God to spare you and your loved ones from COVID-19, you can also ask Him to keep you from malaria, and any kind of disease.

Pray that His steadfast love, mercy, and protection be upon you and the people who are at higher risk of developing the disease. Remember, God is your refuge and He can deliver you from any danger, as what 2 Corinthians 1:10 says,

World Malaria Day is a good reminder that everyone has a role to play in the control and prevention of deadly diseases. You can protect yourself, your family, and your community from this health risk as you stay informed, protect the health workers, and pray for protection!

Do you need someone to pray for you? Send in your prayer requests to the CBN Asia Facebook page today!

Through the Lens of Compassion: Operation Blessing’s Fight against COVID-19

For weeks now, the nation has been obliged to live a life of “new normal” amid COVID-19.

Vulnerable families and individuals were greatly affected by the pandemic. Some lost their jobs; others lost their loved ones.

Health workers and other frontliners are risking their lives with hopes of saving one.

You can help them by supporting CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines (OB), in the fight against COVID-19.

Here are some of the moments captured by the OB Team when they reached out to public and private hospitals and vulnerable communities all around the country:

“We’re very much grateful because we know how critical the situation isyet you still remembered us here living in the mountains,” said Felix Acayin, while looking into the contents of the food pack they received from OB. Their family is part of the Dumagats, an indigenous group residing in Rizal, OB is reaching out to through its Bless-A-Child program.

Food packs were also given to the deaf and mute kababayans in Parañaque. Aside from nourishment to the body, they also received prayers and words of encouragement to help uplift their spirits!

Operation Blessing also paid a visit to the Victory Fort Bonifacio in Taguig that serves as a temporary housing facility for frontline healthcare workers who live far from the hospital where they work.  

Health workers from St. Lukes Medical Center in BGC and Rizal Medical Center received preventive care kits which includes soap, face shield, face mask, and alcohol.

Meanwhile, this crisis has also taught the people that service workers are one of the most important workforces. They cannot afford to get sick at a time like this so Operation Blessing handed over preventive care kits to these unsung heroes, to help protect and boost their immune system.

The Armed Forced of the Philippines, guards, and volunteers who were manning the checkpoints also received preventive care kits and oranges from our partner, NICE inContact.

Farmers who find it difficult to take their produce to the market due to the quarantine are also having a hard time feeding their own families.

Because of your continuous support, a group of farmers in Tuy, Batangas received food packs and preventive care kits that they can bring home to their families.

Aside from them, social workers in Valenzuela who are dedicated to assisting families-in-need also received their share of blessing.

They received preventive care kits to ensure their protection so that they can continue to serve those who need their helping hands. 

Barangay workers from Zone 75 in Manila were also given preventive care kits. They, too, are frontliners who provide immediate services to the community.

More of our kababayans from different sectors need your help, now more than ever. You can reach them out by supporting Operation Blessing’s nonstop relief efforts.  

Be part of the fight against COVID-19 by sending your donations through the following: 

Paypal ([email protected]) 

GCash (Operation Blessing) 

BANK 

(Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.) 

BDO PH: 0030000-55279 (PhP Savings), BDO U.S.: 103000-113-333 ($ Savings) 

BPI PH: 3001-0040-33 (PhP Current) 

METROBANK PH: 270-3-27050273-4 (PhP Savings), METROBANK U.S.: 270-2-27000282-4 

UNION BANK PH: 00-216-072163-9 (PhP Current), UNION BANK U.S.: 13-216-000170-0 ($ Savings)

For more information, visit the Operation Blessing Foundation Facebook page.

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Gary V Raises P6M in Two-Night Online Concert for COVID-19 relief | Operation Blessing

Gary Valenciano raised over 6 million pesos during his two-day Facebook Live concert, “Gary V: HOPEFUL,” organized to support front liners and communities deeply affected by COVID-19, through Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines (OB) and Shining Light Foundation.

Thank you to everyone who supported “Gary V: HOPEFUL!”

Because of your generosity, OB can continue to reach out and extend God’s love to more patients, farmers, daily wage earners, delivery crew, local government personnel, indigenous groups, PWDs, street kids, and homeless individuals who are greatly affected by the quarantine.

“We will continue to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to hospitals still requesting for PPEs, then provide food supply and hygiene kits to thousands of families in Luzon, Bicol, Davao and Tacloban, and some Lumad communities,” said Gigi Endaya, Manager for Corporate Communications and Resource Development of Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines.

Apart from raising funds, Gary V, who has been an active partner and volunteer of CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm for over 25 years, also celebrated his 37th anniversary in showbusiness through the FB live concert.

He sang his timeless hits, “Hataw Na,” “’Wag Mo Na Sanang Isipin,” and crowd favorites, “Narito,” “Look In Her Eyes,” “‘Di Bale Na Lang,” and “Sana Maulit Muli.

He encouraged Filipinos here and abroad and offered a tribute to the brave front liners by singing “Ipagpatuloy Mo, Galing ng Pilipino,” “Kapit Pinoy,” and “Babalik Ka Rin.

Gary V also serenaded thousands of viewers with his hit single, “How Did You Know” and surprised all viewers with a duet with his daughter Kiana for “What More Can I Say” and Regine Velasquez-Alcasid for “Each Passing Night.”

The hitmaker also brought hopeful messages amid the global pandemic through his songs, “Ililigtas Ka Niya,” much-requested “The Warrior Is A Child,” and “Take Me Out of the Dark,” before concluding his concert with a prayer.

With all the support his fundraising anniversary concert received, Gary V offered heartfelt gratitude to everyone who watched and donated.

“This is not even about Gary V. It’s not,” he shared. “It’s everything that has to do with what I’m standing for. Through this, hopefully, I can instill a little hope in the hearts of those who might seem hopeless.”

Like Gary V, do you also want to reach out to front liners and kababayans in need? You may still do so by giving through these channels:

– Paypal ([email protected])
– GCash (Operation Blessing)
– BANK: (Operation Blessing Foundation Phils., Inc.)
BDO PH: 0030000-55279 (PhP Savings), BDO U.S.: 103000-113-333 ($ Savings)
BPI PH: 3001-0040-33 (PhP Current)
METROBANK PH: 270-3-27050273-4 (PhP Savings), METROBANK U.S.: 270-2-27000282-4 ($ Savings)
UNION BANK PH: 00-216-072163-9 (PhP Current), UNION BANK U.S.: 13-216-000170-0 ($ Savings)

Visit the Operation Blessing website and Facebook page, and to be updated on their COVID-19-related relief work.

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