23ae53aeb99160ccfeb13f2dee35d607286610c1 World Vision Philippines invites bloggers/writers to a special noche buena - Swirls and Scribbles - A Lifestyle Blog

World Vision Philippines invites bloggers/writers to a special noche buena

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

What : Early Christmas Noche Buena project for the WV kids in Zambales
When : November 10, 2012 
Where : Iba, Zambales | meeting place at the World Vision office at Quezon Avenue corner West 6th Street, QC at 6:00 am and we’ll leave the community at 5:00 pm the same day
Who : World Vision Philippines invites all bloggers and writers in Metro Manila

The World Vision, a Christian relief and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We are currently working in at least 100 countries all over the world and in 55 provinces in the Philippines.

One of World Vision’s flagship programs is Child Sponsorship, where we encourage sponsors to donate PhP 600/month to support a child’s education. Through the years, we have seen many of our sponsored children become successful in their careers and are now actively involved in helping children themselves. Two of the most notable World Vision sponsored children are 2009 CNN hero of the Year Efren Peñaflorida and Philippine Coast Guard spokesperson Lt. Comm. Armand Balilo. World Vision currently supports over 35,000 children in our area development programs (ADPs) all over the country.

In line with this, we would like to invite you to join us in one of our Christmas projects for our sponsored children. We are inviting some bloggers and other writers to participate in a community visit to one of our development areas in Zambales on Saturday, 10 November 2012. This event is a prelude to our annual Christmas event for children where we give each of our 35,000 sponsored children a noche buena pack for the family and a gift of their choice.

We are sure that this will be a worthwhile experience to the bloggers as they get to interact with kids and a community supported by World Vision. We’ll also be preparing a program where the children will share their Christmas stories. It will be a one-day event and World Vision will shoulder all expenses (transport,food, etc.) In the event that you would need to stay overnight, we will also shoulder the lodging costs.

We hope you could join us in our campaign to make Christmas brighter and more meaningful for our sponsored children. For more information, please call 0917-8971894 and look for Anthony Valenzuela or call World Vision Philippines at (02) 374-7618.
You may also send your email at anthony_valenzuela@wvi.org
Follow World Vision Philippines on Twitterhttps://twitter.co/WorldVisionPH
World Vision Websitehttp://worldvision.org.ph/

-Repost from VideoBlogsPH

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