Thursday, August 20, 2015

Chummy Chum Joins Loveline Cargo Charity LOCA Feeding Program at Angono

Due to Typhoon Ineng, the event was almost cancelled. The organizer sent us texted us and inquired of the weather condition. We informed them that it was mostly strong wind and rain showers here in Luzon so the activity pushed through.
We traversed C6 Road but the road there was really bad. We hope that DPWH will pay attention to it. 
We arrived at the venue early and immediately set up our booth. There was a slight confusion because of an event by the Adventist held before that of LOCA group. But the tiny problem was eventually settled by the organizer. Kids were treated to Cotton Candies, games and entertainment courtesy of CCF.
The kids truly enjoyed the event as seen on the pictures. The event was half day long so we went ahead and just left the other game prizes and 150 bags of popcorns.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Chummy Chum Joins SM Foundation at Sisters of Mary Girls Town

CCF went to Silang Cavite for another medical mission and charity activity with SM Foundation. 
It was held in a big school wherein the beneficiaries are poor children with no home and are being reformed and taught with good behavior by nuns of Sisters of Mary.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Chummy Chum Visits JONELTA Charity Ward

Next stop for CCF team is Jose Nena Laperal Tamayo Indigent Foundation Inc, (JONELTA) Charity Ward wherein the team, along with Chummy Chum cheered up sick children at the OPD section of the said hospital. All the poor children received freebies courtesy of CCF.

Jonelta also requested CCF to be the beneficiary of CCF incubator under CMSP. Theirs is a small area within the Perpetual Medical Center Compound. It is a private hospital and they built Jonelta to cater to the marginalized sector of the society. Poor mothers who have premature births do not stand a chance for paying customers so this is a big consideration for Jonelta to be a possible recipient of the brand new incubator.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Chummy Chum Visits Dr. Jose Rodriguez Hospital OPD

CCF went to Dr. Jose Rodriguez Hospital for another hospital visit. 

This day is a little bit different from any other day that we’re on the road going to a charity activity. We always think that God is guiding us in our way. We left our HQ very early and since it was raining, we were travelling at a slow and steady speed. We saw several car accidents along the way involving motorcycles and bikes, an SUV and a truck and the worst was when we were near Tala Caloocan, the venue of our activity for the day, we saw a bus accident wherein at least 4 people were killed that it is why the traffic was really heavy on that area. 

But then we managed to get just in time for the children’s check-up at DJRMH. This is the same hospital wherein the victims of the road accident we saw earlier, were brought

The simple activity was held at the hospital’s Out-Patient Department wherein poor sick children received freebies and snacks courtesy of CCF. The Doctors and Nurses expressed admiration for CCF for doing good deeds and for cheering up the sick kids.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Chummy Chum Visits National Children’s Hospital Foundation OPD

CCF Team headed to National Children’s Hospital Foundation’s OPD Department to distribute Chummy Chum freebies to poor kids having their medical checkup. 

NCH has been partnering with CCF for almost five (5) years and CCF has contributed a lot in bringing joy to children afflicted with cancer. Aside from gift-giving, we also donate medicines courtesy of some of our donors. We are of service to the poor children especially kids with cancer, rain or shine. Even if there is a typhoon or flood, just as long as it is manageable and safe. 
Big thanks to Ms, Trina Esta for the additional refreshments.

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Sponsors continue to Share Blessings to Poor Kids thru CCF

Our heartfelt gratitude to Ms. Trina Esta and Ms. Bhing Bombita for their donations as they share their blessing to less fortunate kids that CCF will visit in the coming days. 

We would also like to thank Rotaract Club of San Pedro South for inviting us to receive a Certificate of Appreciation for CCF. We look forward to more partnerships with you.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Chummy Chum w. SM Foundation at North Harbor, Tondo for Free Health Service

We went to another Medical Mission with SM Foundation, this time at North Harbor in Tondo, Manila. The free health service was held at SM Hypermarket in the said area. 
For today 500 kids from poor communities in North Harbor were given free medical check-up, medicines, as well as snacks & CCF Freebies. 
Just by looking at the kids we can easily say that they are living a very poor life. Some of the children are thin, has dark and dry skin, have scabies and are having difficulty in breathing because of the dust and smoke emitted from making charcoals which is their primary source of living. There are those who are barefooted and have no shorts and undergarments. Good thing we brought along underwear and gave it to the children. After the check-up of the mothers and children, they immediately went to our booth to avail of  our colorful balloons and freebies.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Chummy Chum w/ SM Foundation Spread Cheer to Sick Kids at Binan Health Center

CCF Staff headed to Binan City Laguna for another Medical Mission with SM Foundation. The activity was held at Sto. Domingo Health Center. Even though it was our second time to come here, we still had a hard time finding the place. Good thing CCF has a regular driver now so we won’t be wasting too much time waiting for a trip ticket just like before. The driver that we got now is kind and diligent and are kind to kids. 
For today, many poor kids of Sto Domingo community greatly benefited from the medical mission thru CCF freebies and free medicines.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Chummy Chum with Ms. Kates Ann at Ospital ng Tondo for Outreach Program

CCF accompanied Ms. Kates Ann at Jose Abad Santos in Tondo, Manila to share her blessings with the poor kids. 
The hospital staff are very accommodating, unlike other hospitals that we go to. Here, they take good care of us and they let us feel that they appreciate all that we do. In some of the hospitals that we’ve been to, they do not even offer us water and leave us to tend for ourselves. 
We are not asking anything in return but we think it reflects how a hospital is being managed. We have experienced a lot of unfortunate events concerning this but we just set it aside and focused on giving the kids reason to smile. We do not let bad vibes get in our way. 
To the staff of Ospital ng Tondo, we appreciate your kindness very much. We also like to thank Ms. Kates Ann who came all the way from Cavite City and even woke up early just to bring the cupcakes and toys to the kid patients of Ospital ng Tondo. 

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Chummy Chum at Childhope Philippines for “Time Out Project” Outreach Program

CCF went to San Dionisio Cooperative Gym to grace the outreach program of Childhope Philippines for street children under their care. 
At the start of the program, the kids were given t-shirts that has the name of “Time-Out Project” on it. The kids were given mirienda and then the games began. The kids were having so much fun that they didn’t realized that 2hrs have already passed. CCF only stayed for 2hrs to give way to accommodate other bookings and for organizers to realize that CCF only offer limited time and cannot wait long enough to finish their programs. 
Organizers of Time Out Project were not informed by their contact about our rule so when we left, they did not have sound system to use as their games dragged too long. 
Aside from popcorn and cotton candy booth, there were also 1 dozen balloons and 30 pcs of prizes for games as well as bubble machine, stage light, speaker with USB and mic plus mascot appearance.