Volunteering with OB

When disasters strike, OB volunteers are often
the first on the ground and the last to leave.
They bring hope and help to those facing crisis and disaster.

A mission you
can believe in.
A charity you
can trust.

Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, Inc. is the humanitarian arm of CBN Asia, the producer of “The 700 Club Asia.”

Established in 1996 to reach out to the most neglected and disadvantaged people in the Philippines, Operation Blessing is a non-governmental organization, duly licensed by the Department of Social Welfare
and Development and accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification as a donee institution.



Operation Blessing develops programs that impart love and instill hope among the future generation.

Disaster Relief

Every year, people around the world struggle to survive when disaster strikes. Operation Blessing is helping disaster victims endure and recover by providing critical aid.

Clean Water

In many places, drinking a sip of water can be extremely hazardous – even deadly.

Operation Blessing works with partners to provide communities access to clean and safe drinking water.

Medical Care

Around the world, hundreds of thousands of people are suffering from medical conditions that could be helped with medical care. Too many of them can’t afford the surgeries they need.

Our Stories

Serving Delicious and Nutritious Meals for Undernourished Kids

Every mealtime, Joan Tamang, 26, was always having difficulty feeding her children, resulting in their stunted growth. So she was overjoyed when she learned that their local church, Faith In Christ Alone, partnered with Operation Blessing to provide daily feeding for...

The Power of Determination

Mariel Guballo is a responsible young lady who has a heart for the church and its ministries. She was in Grade 6 when her father passed away, leaving her mom to raise her and her five siblings. Mariel put off college after finishing high school to give way to her...

BTS helped a scholar write her own success story

“Not good enough.” “Not rich enough.” “Just not enough.” These words are randomly thrown at children coming from incomplete family. However, the question is: do we care ENOUGH about how they survive, how they are being educated, and how they are being sheltered...

Food on the Table for Rodrigo Family

The lockdown due to the coronavirus has brought unprecedented hardships not just for the Filipino workers but also to the tribal communities, as it drastically threatened their livelihood. Adding to their burden is their limited access to healthcare, education and...

Stepping Out of Scabies

  Kristine, like a typical child, loves playing in the field barefoot. Little did she know that too much exposure to dirt may cause the wound infection on her foot to last for almost six years. When she lived with her father in Davao, the only remedy her father...

Ashfall triggered baby Nico’s sensitive skin, received medical treatment

On a sunny day of January 12, Taal Volcano erupted after a long sleep of 43 years. Along with the ashes, rash and wounds started to rupture on Nico Galla's sensitive skin. "When the eruption happened, we boarded into a boat hurriedly, bringing nothing. All that we...

Superbook Joins Operation Blessing in Inspiring the Children of Batangas to Hope Again

They say that children are the first ones to be greatly affected in times of calamities. Last January 12, the province of Batangas was put into a state of calamity because of the Taal Volcano eruption. Due to this, most cities and towns in CALABARZON were covered in...

Health and Nutrition for a family in Sitio Kabuhuan

Living in the mountains means favorable access to abundance of natural resources, cool breeze of air, and supplies of root crops and vegetables. Dumagat tribe’s origin is the same as Aeta’s in Northern Luzon or the Negritos which are the earliest inhabitants in the...

No more salt-based diet for an 11-year old Joshua

Salt is a basic condiment for cooking in the Philippines. But in the small Sitio of Kabuhuan, Brgy. Puray, Rodriguez Rizal, salt has been a dish partnered with rice that serves to the hungry stomach of the residents there—one of whom is the 11-year-old boy named...

Lessons from a Biological Science Major

Four years ago, Geoffrey Flores bitterly cries to the Lord every night near the Nawasan River in Norzagaray, Bulacan. There, he pleaded for his disjointed family and his desire to finish his studies.   He could not forget the time when he was just seven years old and...

LCS helps bring back clear vision

The past couple of months left Soledad Gogolin, 76, in visual difficulty as she struggled going through her daily routine. Both her eyes were affected with cataract, a clouding of the lens of the eye which impairs her vision. If it progresses, her future is unclear....

A Mother’s Answered Prayer

“I am not ashamed of doing everything for him since he can’t live without me,” said Dominga Martin, looking fondly at her son who was peacefully waiting for his new gift of mobility. Nanang Ingga, as she wanted to be called, is 79 years old; but despite her age, she...

No Longer Homebound

She has been crawling for 45 years. She was suddenly deprived of her mobility, so her husband and sons have been tending to her every need since. When Visitacion Batangan, now 65, gave birth to her first son, she felt a surging pain in the lower part of her body....

Alive and Thankful; Surviving COVID-19

“We should be careful. If we feel something, we shouldn’t ignore it. Ours started with a fever and we thought it was only triggered by the rainy season, until I felt difficulty in breathing. That’s the time, I went to see a doctor,” says Jocelyn while sharing her...

Life Goes on Even on Crutches

How can you be able to raise your family if you yourself can’t stand on your own? This is the struggle that Manuel Barrion Jr., is facing after he suffered leg paralysis due to hypokalemia, a condition caused by low potassium in the blood. We met Manuel in Brgy....

A Chance to Walk Again

Operation Blessing's Life-Changing Surgery assists impoverished Filipino children and adults with debilitating medical conditions or injuries that can be corrected through surgery. This is how your support changed Rogelio's life in 2021. In 2019, Rogelio Recacho Jr....

Praying Lips and Helping Hands

Lilia Balantes, a 76-year old widow from Barangay San Jose in Antipolo City, has been experiencing abdominal pains. She’s also been diagnosed with hypertension, treating this illness for 5 years now. In July 2020, she had herself checked at Antipolo Doctor’s Hospital...

A Journey of Faith and Healing

It was the year 2020 when Lilian Mortera, 54, found out that she has a big mass on her right brain and needed to undergo immediate surgery. “We were both busy helping and working with the street children during the pandemic when she got sick. Back then, I remember...

Let’s join hands in protecting our modern-day heroes!

We have seen how our medical frontliners work sacrificially to serve our nation against COVID-19 crisis – and we help make efforts to protect them! Operation Blessing responded amid strict quarantine guidelines and health risks. To date, our team braved and visited...

Stepping Out of Scabies

  Kristine, like a typical child, loves playing in the field barefoot. Little did she know that too much exposure to dirt may cause the wound infection on her foot to last for almost six years. When she lived with her father in Davao, the only remedy her father...

Volunteer Story: Giving the Gift of Time

Christmas and New Year celebrations are occasions we usually look forward to being with our families and friends. But Ryan Del Barrio, 42, Operation Blessing’s (OB) volunteer, heed the call to travel hundreds of miles away from home to gift his time and skills to...

Clean water for Odette-affected areas in Bohol

"The water is so precious to us now because since the Typhoon Odette, we really have no water in the island. The price of 5 gallons of water container escalated to ₱100 ($1.95) from only ₱40 ($0.78) before the typhoon,” shares Pastor Samuel Blanco, 42, a minister in...

A Teacher’s Extra Effort

Teacher Jason Sarno has been teaching at Sapang Munti Elementary School (SMES) in Barangay San Mateo in Norzagaray, Bulacan for over seven years now. He hails from the same town but needs to travel for an hour to get to the school.   The school caters to roughly 94...

Displaying resilience amid the pandemic

For Rachell Anne Buen, wife to a Dumagat-Remontado bloodline, life has been a tough trek she and her family endure much like the journey to Brgy. San Mateo, Norzagaray, Bulacan where they live. That’s why when Operation Blessing has reached their place to extend help,...

Hope after the storm

“The water was waist-deep we had to move our belongings and place it on top of our double deck bed. We couldn’t go out because it was very windy, we had to endure the flood until 4 in the morning. We couldn’t sleep, we kept praying for safety, and for the typhoon to...

Broken house but not a broken hope

The family of Lilibeth Anos, 43 years old and mother of 3, is just one of the hundreds that were affected by typhoon Jolina when it hit Samar province last September this year. Their house is made of wood and nipa’s, and it was badly damaged. Most of their belongings...

Struggles end as gratitude begins

A severe tropical storm locally known as Maring made a heavy rainfall on October 11, 2021, in northern Luzon, wreaking havoc on the region. Many people from different municipalities and barangays have been affected and displaced due to rising floodwaters. One of the...

Community of Hope invests in children’s future

Marissa’s heart belongs to the children in her community in Palanog, Tacloban. She desires to help them with their learning needs. Marissa Arandia moved into the community in May 2017 as a beneficiary of Community of Hope (COH), a housing project for families who were...

Jolina-hit coastal communities face a grueling recovery

In and around Catbalogan, Samar, our Disaster Response team witnessed widespread destruction of homes and properties due to Typhoon Jolina (Conson). “We nearly died because of that storm,” shared Carlo Lomuardo, 36, of Brgy. Rama in Catbalogan City. Like many people...

A spirit that can’t be broken by any typhoon

Typhoon Jolina, known internationally as Tropical Storm Conson, hit landfall nine times during its onslaught from Monday, September 6th to Wednesday, September 8th. It was a severe tropical cyclone that impacted the central Philippines. Velma Basilan, 51 years of age,...


Operation Blessing is committed to help transform people’s lives – from one who is desperate to one who is full of hope.
But we cannot do so on our own. We need YOUR HELP. Get involved NOW. Together, let us make a difference.
We usually think that if we volunteer, it will take a lot of our time, it will consume our resources, but I can testify that if you give from your heart, whatever you can give – may it be your talent, time, resources – you will receive more in return.
Dr. Darwin Gaba

Volunteer Dentist

It reminds me that as a Christian, you don’t just speak God’s word, but you live it. With OB, they practice what they preach. Everyone can serve, but not everyone can serve with compassion, and that’s what Operation Blessing does – serving with compassion,
Caroluzzi Lagunay

Student Volunteer

“Get outside of your 4 walls and see for yourselves. You can be a blessing, just by showing up, just by being there or just by talking to somebody. You do not have to join or organize events or charities to see what you can do,”
Philip Pamintuan

Dance Choreographer and Zumba instructor

Let’s INSPIRE CHANGE to better our nation – one family, one community, at a time.
Lend a helping hand by volunteering as a medical worker, teacher, counselor, fundraiser, photographer,
writer, registration personnel, encoder, all-around assistant or in any way you can.

Corporate Partnerships

Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, Inc. gives an opportunity for your company to become a vessel of change in someone’s life as we aim to proclaim the good news and bring transformation in the lives of the people. We are more than privileged to connect your company in giving hope for our afflicted kababayans crying for physical, emotional, mental, financial, and spiritual help.

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Operation Blessing develops programs that impart love and instill hope among our kababayans.