Sunday, September 28, 2008

Chevron's Week of Caring @ Virlanie Foundation 09.21.08

Diveristy sponsored week of caring at Virlanie foundation. Ako nalang daw ung emcee, Lai & Yan are the organizers so support ako sa mga friendship and everything.....


Virlanie Foundation Inc. is a private, non-sectarian child caring institution duly licensed and accredited by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). Mr. Dominique Lemay, a French national and former Director of Caritas (France) established Virlanie Foundation Inc. in 1992 in partnership with Filipinos.


Virlanie Foundation Inc. is a non-governmental child-caring institution. Our mission is to provide developmental services to our beneficiaries in order to facilitate their self-development.

Programs and services

Residential: allows over 300 children to experience real home life by providing them with the traditional Filipino family atmosphere. Today, a total of twelve homes has been established containing two Drop In centers.

Educational: gives the opportunity to the children to study and learn essential knowledge and moral necessary for their integration back to society.

Medical services: provide with the treatment of minor and major illnesses, emergency cases and monitor the health, nutrition and well-being of the children.

Psychological/Psychiatric: takes care of the mental health and hygiene of the children to ensure normal growth and development.

Special programs

Family Program: preventive program for people from urban poor areas.

Family reunification program: focus on preparing the child and his family to reunification.

Sibuhi: therapeutic and rehabilitative art center.

Manila Youth Reception Center and the Reception Action Center: contribute to the rehabilitation and care for Youth offenders and abandoned children.

Children Legal Rights Office

Street Outreach

Jade Program: a special home for mentally and physically disabled children.

Mother and Child Home: A special home for the young unwed mothers and their babies

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