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Operation Blessing Philippines and our partners are dedicated to reach out to the most neglected and disadvantaged people in the Philippines and beyond.

Through compassionate, efficient, and locally-focused programs we are able to target the specific needs of those we serve and provide a gateway for our partners to truly be the hands and feet of Jesus for those who are suffering and in need.

Our Stories

A day of fun and learning

Quietly engaged in play within the kinetic sand area of Kidzoona at SM North Edsa, Jann molded the sand into various forms. His mother, Anabelle, observed from a distance, filled with joy seeing her little boy enjoying the moment. Anabelle revealed that initially, she...

A mother’s ambitious love

Many people say, “Education is the key to a better future,” a lesson Raquel wishes she had heeded when she was a young student. Instead, she fell in love with her now-husband and chose marriage over completing high school. Raquel and her husband live a modest, happy...

A father’s dream

"Because of poverty and my mother's illness, my parents were unable to support my studies. As a result, I found myself helping my father in his work at a young age," explains Dokyo Rugmay, reflecting on his desire to pursue education that could only be fulfilled until...

A milestone achieved

For four years, Grace had the privilege of being a Back-To-School (BTS) scholar, and it made a world of difference in her life. Mary Grace Amaro is the sixth child in a family of seven siblings. The meager income her parents earned often left them with debts, making...

A Scholar’s Pledge

Rica Mangahas is on the verge of accomplishing a remarkable milestone in her life. As she approaches her graduation day, she reflects on the incredible journey she had with the unwavering support of Operation Blessing's Back-To-School Project, in partnership with the...

The scholarship that changed everything

Despite facing financial challenges, Cyra San Gabriel harbored dreams of pursuing a college education. Her journey, however, was far from easy, and she contemplated abandoning her dreams. Little did she know that a big blessing was about to emerge through a...

Rising to new heights

With a heart full of gratitude and a spirit of determination, Allen stands at the precipice of his future. He is ready to begin a new chapter, equipped with the skills, knowledge, and unwavering support of Operation Blessing's Back-To-School Project, in partnership...

When nurtured dreams manifest

Like many success stories, Back-To-School scholar Monte Carlo Faustino was not without challenges. He encountered numerous obstacles, including financial constraints, limited educational resources, and personal setbacks. However, his passion and perseverance propelled...

Walking the extra mile

The journey to Sinariri High School was a long and arduous one for Teacher Franjie and his students, but it was a sacrifice they were willing to make. Sitio Sinariri is home to the Mangyan people, who have been living in the area for generations. The community is...

A Mangyan’s fight for his dreams

Growing up in a small village in the mountains of Sitio Sinariri in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro, Marlou Layhot, 25, never imagined he would be able to continue his studies, let alone be accepted as Operation Blessing's Back-To-School (BTS) scholar. Marlou belonged to...

Donor Turned Volunteer: Marilyn’s Journey with Operation Blessing

Marilyn Teodoro, a 50-year-old businesswoman, embodies the spirit of giving. A long-time Operation Blessing (OB) donor, her journey took a powerful turn when she finally joined the mission as a volunteer. Here’s what she has to say: “OB’s medical missions is different...

“There are people who have sight but are unable to see light in their lives because they don’t know God.” 

“There are people who have sight but are unable to see light in their lives because they don’t know God.”  This was the deep realization of 71-year-old Elito Arizala, who has been blind for more than a decade, the first patient in line during our Medical Brigade in...

From cruel taunts to confident steps

More than four years ago, Norie's husband died due to complications from arthritis. Despite this, the 39-year-old mother of three showed strength, taking on the roles of both father and mother for her children. Her youngest, Shameber, was born with clubfoot, which...

Hit and run victim finds relief in a Mobile Clinic mission

While carrying out her duties as a street sweeper in Bagong Silang, Caloocan, 48-year-old Catherine Gilles was hit by a fast-approaching car, leaving her left leg bruised and injured. This incident has made it difficult for her to walk, forcing her to take days off...

𝐃𝐢𝐝 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐤𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐜𝐚𝐧 𝐠𝐞𝐭 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐣𝐚𝐰 𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐝 𝐛𝐲 𝐚 𝐲𝐚𝐰𝐧? 

Such is the case of 75-year-old Manuel Montecarlo, one of our patients from Medical Brigade Masbate, whose jaw was dislocated about a month ago.  “It was just a normal day. I just yawned like I normally do. Then I felt a click on my jaw area. It was painful!” Manuel...

At God’s appointed time

Gliesa experienced the fulfillment of her long-standing prayers, as promised in Isaiah 60:22 – "when the time is right, the Lord will make it happen." Born with clubfoot and enduring childhood teasing, she prayed for the necessary surgery to correct her condition....

A healing smile: Life-Changing Surgery story

Jun, 3, was born with a cleft lip. He belongs to the Matigsalug Tribe, which lives in a mountainous community in Davao City. His parents were told that Jun needed surgery immediately to prevent infections in the future. However, they cannot afford the surgery to...

A single father has a lump the size of a ping pong ball at his nape

Gleen, 45, is a single father raising two children with his bread and butter coming from fishing. Unfortunately, a lump grew at the back of his nape. Three years later, it has grown to about the size of a ping pong ball and has been causing crippling pain whenever he...

A mother’s answered prayer

Jessa Bitua, 24, is a young mother who is unable to walk on her own because of uneven legs. One leg is shorter than the other. It was last year when she had what seemed to be a boil on her left foot. The boil grew and caused painful swelling in her leg that even the...

Seeing God’s Word anew

Marcelo Ventenilla, Jr., aged 55, started experiencing blurry vision in 2021. Initially, he thought he just needed eyeglasses and went to an optometrist for a refraction test. However, the optometrist suspected he might have a cataract. An ophthalmologist confirmed...

From damp walls to freedom

The dusty air of Israel bore witness to the harrowing encounter of Gelienor “Jimmy” Pacheco, a 33-year-old caregiver from Ilocos Norte, who found himself in a struggle for survival when Hamas terrorists attacked and abducted him and hundreds of others. In an interview...

Window to recovery

It was an unforgettable day in Irene Erwin's life—the day when Super Typhoon Mawar made its destructive presence known. As the storm's approach became imminent, Irene couldn't help but feel a sense of fear and uncertainty gripping her heart. "When I heard that there...

Enduring consecutive catastrophes

Once a safe shelter, the home of Irene de Jesus in Brgy. Lipcan, Bangued, Abra became a battleground against the raging floodwaters of Typhoon Egay. Irene was a dedicated housewife, taking care of her two children, aged 13 and 10, who were both studying. As a...

A sudden disruption

It was John Lesner Paliza’s first time becoming an evacuee. He lived comfortably in Sorsogon all his life. When he and his wife, Janelle, got married, they decided to stay in Albay. It’s been only three years since they moved to their home in Brgy. Salugan when Mayon...

Rising from the ashes

In the bustling city of Sta. Cruz, Manila, 32-year-old Maricel Hera faced life's challenges head-on. She lives with her husband, Ricardo, and their six children. Life was far from easy for them, and they relied on Ricardo's modest income as a household helper to make...

From loss to abundance

Isaganie Mendez is a fisherman from Matawe, Dingalan, Aurora. He lost everything to the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses. His boat, which was his primary source of living, was severely damaged, and their house was affected, too. Isaganie, however, saw a glimpse of hope...

Against the tides

Leovel Moreno, a 53-year-old fisherman from Brgy. Estrella, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro, had spent more than 35 years of his life at sea. He had weathered storms and battled against the unpredictable tides to provide for his family. Although he had hopes of completing...

A new chapter for the Abarra family

In the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda, Ronnie Abarra and his family faced a bleak future with no home and no means to rebuild their lives. Ronnie Abarra, 29 years old, vividly remembers the devastation that Typhoon Yolanda brought to his hometown, Leyte. The typhoon...

A gift that lasts

Having a place to call her own, where she could raise her children in safety and comfort, was a dream that seemed out of reach for Lurline after a disaster struck down their home in Leyte. Lurline Repunte is a 53-year-old mother of six children who has always been a...

Growing a better future

Every morning, Joel would wake up early to tend to his farm. He would check on his string bean plants, making sure that they were getting enough water and sunlight. He is meticulous in his work, knowing that the quality of his plants will affect his sales. Joel Dupa...

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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

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