A CHANGED LIFE STORY!

Carmela C. is a 30-year-old resident of Olongapo City’s landfill community. She had to drop out of school in 7th grade to help her family earn money. She now shares her life with her 34-year-old husband and their four children, and they live close to the...
A Note from Leslie

A Note from Leslie

“A note from Leslie: How desperate would you have to be to eat “Pagpag”? No, it’s not a delicacy intended to tease the palates of the rich, it is simply days old food from the garbage dump, the maggots and dirt shaken off, and recooked for...
Breaking the cycle of Poverty

Breaking the cycle of Poverty

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty! Education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty. Many impoverished children are at risk of dropping out of school due to lack of funds for fees, uniforms and transportation. Sponsoring a child or youth is a way for you to...
Napakalaking tulong

Napakalaking tulong

“Napakalaking tulong ng Project Life Subic dahil nabigyan kami ng pagkakataong makapag-aral ng libre.” Marilyn V. Diaz is a 58-year-old housewife who enrolled in Project Life Subic’s Sewing Program after learning about it through Facebook. She lives...
Seminar for FSHG at SBCF

Seminar for FSHG at SBCF

Building Bridges of Empathy and Support: Pastor Jim Cosby leads a transformative seminar on July 14th, fostering a safe haven where we learn to become beacons of compassion, guiding others through health support groups.           ...