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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Ms. May of JCI-Urduja Treats Children from Missionaries of Charity

After the morning event, CCF headed to Home of Joy in Tayuman to give cheers to 70 sick/abandoned children residing there. 

Ms. May, a member of JCI-Urduja in Makati requested for us to join her in her outreach program in the said orphanage. 

JCI is one of the groups whose mission  is to help less fortunate children. They have been partnering with CCF for the past 3 years in giving joy to kids in orphanages, poorest communities and even cancer institutions. 

This is Ms. May’s first time to come to Home of Joy and have met the sisters and volunteers who tirelessly take care of the kids here.




Ms. Cha Shared Joy to Yolanda Survivors

Chummy Chum grant the request of Ms Cha who never fails to invite us to her yearly outreach program. She always asks our assistance to find her an institution wherein she can share her blessings. 
A week after ‘Yolanda’, she expressed her desire to go to Tacloban to reach out to children affected by the typhoon. 
Her prayers were somewhat answered because as we all know, some of the survivors decided to go to Manila and leave their homes in Tacloban that were devastated by the said typhoon. Some of those who came to Manila have nowhere to go and they were brought to Hospicio de San Jose located at Ayala Bridge in Quiapo, Manila.
 Almost 100 kids and their families attended our event held at Hospicio’s playground. At first the kids were quiet and were just looking at us. When the clowns came out and the games the started, the children and their parents slowly warmed up and began smiling and laughing along. 
Ms. Cha was very happy to see them smile and were very grateful to CCF for this inexplicable happiness. 







Friday, November 29, 2013

Chummy Chum Brings Smiles to Kids of OSTON

Christmas time is here and Chummy Chum decided to make a hospital visit, which we rarely do nowadays because most of the public hospitals are under new administration that is why we are having a hard time securing permits. 
Thankfully, Ospital ng Tondo still have the same. When we got to the OPD & E.R., we saw 50 kids waiting for their doctors. The security assigned during that time was new and we were told that selling stuff inside the hospital was prohibited. But the funny incident was thankfully straightened out, and we began setting up our booth. Chummy Chum came out to entertain the kids. We also explained to everyone present why we are doing what we do. We told them that our boss has so many blessings and that he just wanted to share this to the less fortunate especially kids.





Saturday, November 23, 2013

Chummy Chum at Gospel Church Manila's Feeding Program

After the UP event, CCF team headed to San Andres Bukid in Manila to meet the new group called Gospel Church. CCF gives prioirty the new groups that wants to help poor kids but have limited budget. Because of this, CCF is always ready to help such kind-hearted people who really wanted to be of help to our less fortunate brothers and sisters. 
Gospel Church invited almost 100 children from their poor community. It was their first time to meet Chummy Chum so when our mascot came out, the children all came forward and happily hugged him. The mascot almost fell down but it was all okay. What’s important is that the children all had a great time. They all went home clutching their Chummy Chum freebies and a big smile on their faces.





Chummy Chum Teams up with UP Volunteers for Children in ‘Show Me A Smile’ Project

CCF team went to UP-Diliman through the invitation of UP Volunteers as they conduct an outreach program for children at the Yakal Dormitory. All the groups have prepared song/dance numbers and the volunteers have also set up a booth for games. Chummy Chum was in charge of the popcorn and cotton candy booth, mascot’s appearance, as well as prizes for games that the children enjoyed very much.  The children of San Vicente community were very happy during the event and they all went home bringing with them the gifts they received from Chummy Chum and UP Volunteers for kids





Friday, November 22, 2013

Chummy Chum Foundation and SM Foundation 3rd Outreach Program for Yolanda Survivors

CCF and SM Foundation teamed up for the third time to bring hope and smile to Yolanda survivors at Villamor Airbase. 
We saw big improvement in terms of the process in helping survivors. We learned that those who were transferred to Camp Aguinaldo were brought back to Villamor Airbase because they do not have a place to sleep in Camp Aguinaldo. 
As of this writing, several survivors are still arriving. Some of them have families in Manila and for those who don’t, DSWD takes care of them by giving them temporary shelter. 
To those who still want to help out, you can still visit them, especially the kid survivors on the following orphanages; Fabella Center in Mandaluyong and Hospicio de San Jose. There is also an organization that temporarily adopted some of them and housed them in a resort in Rosario, Cavite.





Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Chummy Chum Brings Smile and Hope to “Yolanda” Kids Survivors


CCF and SM Foundation were at the Villamor Airbase for the second time to help Typhoon Yolanda Survivors who came all the way from the Visayas Region. Villamor Airbase was overflowing with donations from kind-hearted individuals and different groups that heeded the call for help of our ‘kababayans’ who survived the onslaught of said typhoon. There were so many donations that almost everything that the survivors need can be provided immediately. 
The same procedure was followed wherein survivors arriving via C130 will be given time to rest and eat, especially the children. Afterwards, volunteers will accompany them to a certain area where they will be given clothes, grocery bags and other pertinent needs. With so many people eager to help, the situation got a little difficult since people/groups were giving the survivors with relief goods left and right and everything was not organized. 
Because of this, the survivors were transferred to Camp Aguinaldo since most of those present there thinks that the manner of giving is turning out to be a ‘sarsuela’.


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Chummy Chum Graces Mrs. Alfonso’s son’s 1st Birthday for a Cause at Missionaries of Charity


We can already feel that Christmas is near. Even though everyone is busy helping the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda, we should also not forget to help the less fortunate children here in Manila. 
   This day, CCF went to the Missionaries of Charity Alay ng Puso located at Delpan Tondo, Manila. CCF organized this party for the Alfonso Family’s son who is celebrating his 1st birthday. 
    The Alfonso couple has just arrived from abroad and they were able to come across the Chummy Chum website on the internet. They sought our help as they wanted to share their blessings to the less fortunate, even in a small way. CCF introduced them to Alay ng Puso and helped them arrange the event.
    Almost 50 kids participated in the party. All of which were very excited for what the Alfonso family and CCF has in stored for them.






Saturday, November 16, 2013

Chummy Chum with FEU-GHS Tamarraw Batch’76 Pamaskong Handog 2013

CCF joined the ladies of FEU-GHS Tamarraw Batch ’76 for their outreach program at the Reception of Study Center for Chilidren (RSCC) located at Quezon City.

Fifty (50) orphaned and abandoned kids were present at the event. When CCF arrived, most of the ladies were already there to ready the gifts that they have prepared for the kids. When we finished setting up the booth, they immediately had their pictures taken with it as background. The program started when the emcee arrived. Kids were given foods from a popular food chain and they also conducted games to the delight of the children. When Chummy Chum came out, the kids danced with him, while some kids hugging him. They also made a beeline to the popcorn and cotton candy booths. It was a very successful charity event for the FEU group.







Friday, November 15, 2013

Chummy Chum with SM Foundation Conducts Medical Mission for “Yolanda” Survivors

CCF together with SM Foundation conducted a Medical Mission at the Villamor Airbase for the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda which came all the way from Tacloban City. 
   DOH and Military doctors also joined the project which provided free medical checkups to the survivors. When the government’s C130 helicopter went to Tacloban, it was filled with relief goods. It came back loaded with people / families affected by the super typhoon in Tacloban. Those who have relatives in Manila stayed with said relatives and those who have not were taken cared for by DSWD. 
   All the TV networks were also there for the victims’ “panawagan” purposes. Several volunteers were also there to distribute clothes, food, etc. 
     Chummy Chum were there to lift up the spirits of kids who were also victims of the super typhoon. The children lined up to our booth and were given balloons, toys, popcorns and cotton candies. Our gesture was quite effective and made the sad children smile and somewhat forgot the terrible ordeal that they experienced. This was confirmed by the doctors and head of operation. 
    CCF is really proud to bring smile to these kids. This outreach program is only the first among several programs we prepared for the survivors.










Sunday, November 10, 2013

Chummy Chum with Rotaract Club of San Pedro South at Ward 9 of PGH

CCF together with the Rotaract Club of San Pedro South, Rotary Club of San Pedro South, Rotaract Club of UP Manila and Gising Kabataan Movement (GKM) treat the sick children confined at Ward 9 of Philippine General Hospital. 
   The group started the program with a prayer, and introduced themselves. Almost fifty (50) terminally ill children, some with cancer, were given snacks and freebies. 
   At first, RACSPS wanted to conduct games but since it was not possible, they forego the games and treated the kids to a magic show by members of GKM instead. After that, Chummy Chum came out and danced for the kids. Chummy Chum, once again, made everyone smile especially the kids.







Saturday, November 9, 2013

Chummy Chum Joins Volunteers in Action Group Medical Mission

CCF joins action group volunteers in cooperation with the Rotary community of Balingcupang in San Miguel Bulacan as they conducted a medical mission for the community of Balingcupang. 
   When CCF arrived, several kids were already there and rushed to fall in line for the freebies. When we told them that we’re still going to setup, the children waited patiently for us, and eventually enjoyed the popcorns we made. 
   As we were preparing the popcorns, we conducted games for the kids and gave away freebies. When Chummy Chum came out to dance, the kids were all delighted as it was their first time to meet our adorable mascot.
   Afterwards, they made a beeline to where the volunteers of action group are, and received the gifts prepared by the volunteers. 
   The parents of the children, on the other hand, enjoyed the free medical checkup and free medicines and grocery bags.







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