With the Yuletide season around the corner, World Vision is once again bringing the Noche Buena campaign, which aims to give bountiful meals to the most vulnerable children and their families this Christmas.
As the country continues to recover from the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christmas is a wonderful occasion to encourage and uplift one another over a Noche Buena feast.
Since the campaign’s launch in 2006, World Vision has been able to give Noche Buena packs to countless Filipino families with the help of thousands of generous sponsors and donors. Along with Noche Buena, World Vision also extends their support to the Filipino children through its child sponsorship program.
With a donation of at least Php 1,000, children and their families will receive a Christmas gift pack containing canned goods, juices, and ingredients for spaghetti and fruit salad. It will not only serve as a simple Noche Buena meal, but also as a very special opportunity for the entire family to spend time together during Christmas eve.
“Every child deserves to experience the warmth of the Christmas season. A simple meal with family would be a memorable way to celebrate God’s graces upon us. Through the Noche Buena Campaign, may we all serve as an instrument to provide joy to children and their families,” shared Rommel Fuerte, World Vision’s National Director.
Bring joy to a family this Christmas 2022 with a bountiful Noche Buena meal. To know more and donate to the Noche Buena campaign, please visit wvph.co/NocheBuena2022.
To know more about World Vision and its other initiatives, visit www.worldvision.org.ph or follow World Vision’s official social media pages /worldvisionph on Facebook, @worldvisionphl on Instagram, and @worldvisionph on Twitter.
About World Vision
World Vision is a Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, their families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Inspired by its Christian faith and values, it is dedicated to working with the world’s most vulnerable people. It serves and collaborates with all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
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