Children’s Program

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

Back-to-School (BTS)

BTS offers education sponsorships for indigent but deserving senior high and college students in the form of school fees, supplies, and uniforms.

Bless-a-Child (BAC)

Bless-a-Child project addresses the health needs of malnourished pre-school children through nutritionally balanced meals, monthly health care, and free education. Skills training and health education are also given to the parents.

Holiday of Hope and Cheer (HOHC)

This project imparts the true meaning of Christmas and Easter to orphans, indigent children, special children, children of missionaries, and dependents of soldiers from the Armed Forces of the Philippines. This is conducted through gift-giving, games, puppet shows, free meals, Bible storytelling, and Superbook film showing or event.

FROM THE FIELD

Dreams and Crossroads

Bledmarc Villanueva’s journey towards finishing school hasn’t really been easy. But through your help and support to Operation Blessing’s Back-To-School (BTS) Project, he now holds a bachelor’s degree in his hands. Dreams really do come true! Here is his story. In his...

Malnourishment in the time of pandemic and calamities

A study conducted by The World Bank in 2021 shows that 30 percent of Filipino children aged 5 years and below exhibit stunted growth caused by malnutrition. (Source: see below) That is 3 in every 10 children, and most of them live in far flung areas in Visayas and...

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...

Father’s sacrifice fuels daughter’s dreams

“I can see that it is very hard for our father to serve not just as a father to us, but also as a mother, so I promised myself to study hard until I graduate and someday help lessen my father’s hardships,” says Jessa Domingo. When Jessa’s parents separated, she and...

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...

Realizing the dream to give God glory

“I want to break the cliché of studying hard to become successful. Rather, I wanted to fulfill my dreams of finishing my studies to bring back to God the honor for all He has done to me, through my parents and of course, Operation Blessing.” – Mary Grace Amaro,...

Realizing the dream to give God glory

“I want to break the cliché of studying hard to become successful. Rather, I wanted to fulfill my dreams of finishing my studies to bring back to God the honor for all He has done to me, through my parents and of course, Operation Blessing.” – Mary Grace Amaro,...

An Unexpected Gift from God

John Clark Molina, 19, is Operation Blessing's sole Back-to-School scholar in Davao De Oro. John Clark is the eldest son among six children in their family. His father is a construction worker earning ₱320.00 ($6.60) daily, while her mother is a plain housewife. The...

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...

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