Every year, Bicol is usually hit by many typhoons. Last year 2020, Typhoon Ulysses (International Name: Vamco) destroyed many homes, and caused landslide incidents in 13 towns in Bicol. Due to the typhoon, Bicol farmers had lost their opportunity to harvest their produce. They were supposed to harvest their produce last October and November but their rice crop was buried deep in flood waters.
We had a contact person (Marvin) who went to Bicol, and was quarantined for 2 weeks to be able to enter his community. We were able to give support to his family to be able to start re-building their home. They were very grateful for the financial support that they have received. Some of the families in their community also received gifts which include vitamins, kitchen utensils, old clothes, and toiletries. The small children also received toys that brought smiles on their faces. Their small community was very happy and thankful for the gifts that they have received.
Thank you for all your donations and support for the Typhoon Relief Project!
Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.