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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Chummy Chum Joins SMF Medical Mission in SM City, Batangas

It’s CCF’s first time to go to Taal Batangas, wherein the famous Taal Volcano can be found. We were there to grace the invitation made by SM Foundation to join them in bringing smile to the poor kids of the community. 
On our way to Batangas, we were mildly surprised by the high cost of the toll fees, but SMF was really kind, they shouldered that and we safely arrived in the venue. 
When we got there, the line of people waiting for the medical mission to start was already quite long. When they saw the Chummy Chum van, the people got more excited and they all wanted to go inside the venue. We started setting up as the medical checkup is ongoing. 
Almost one thousand people, made up of parents and their children were all waiting for their checkups. Good thing there were so many volunteer doctors that helped speed up the process. 
DOH Under Secretary Dr. Erick Tayag was also there and danced with Chummy Chum and also to promote DOH’s Kontra-Tigdas Campaign for the children. 

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Chummy Chum Graces Payatas Church Kids Choir Fun Games

CCF attended the anniversary of Payatas Church located at Litex, Payatas. Their mission is to educate the kids on God’s words by singing and acting thus they put up Payatas Kids Choir. When our team arrived a few kids were already there and are all excited to see what we have in store for them. 
As we prepare the popcorn, they started the program with the group singing a gospel song, but since the smell of the cooked popcorn wafted through the air, it distracted the kids and turn their attention to the popcorn instead. 
This prompted their leader to say, “Kung hindi kayo makikinig, walang popcorn”, this made the kids’ attention back to the program and made them participate. When Chummy Chum came out, the kids were all very excited that they all tried every means just to get near and touch Chummy Chum. After dancing, the children had their pictures taken with our adorable mascot. They also received freebies from Chummy Chum. First in line were the little kids. All of them went home with big smiles on their faces. 



Friday, January 24, 2014

Chummy Chum with SMF for Valenzuela Medical-Dental Mission

CCF had another joint venture with SMF Cares, this time at Marulas, Valenzuela. We coordinated with the DSWD in Valenzuela to gather up the poorest in their community for the free medical & dental services. The DSWD, in turn selected the poorest families on every barangay, especially those who cannot afford to buy medicine and those who are already sick and in need of medical attention, but have no money for it. 
This is the reason why CCF supports this mission, they give importance to the poorest of the poor and give them benefits that they don’t normally receive. On our part, we are glad to help kids from these communities. One can never buy the radiant smiles and the warm thank you’s that these children give.


Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Chummy Chum Graces SMF Free Medical and Dental Services at Camp Aguinaldo

CCF once again joined the Free Medical and Dental Services in partnership with SM Foundation held at Camp Aguinaldo in Quezon City. The beneficiaries are senior citizens and their grandchildren. 
We got a bit lost looking for the venue within Camp Aguinaldo so when we arrived, SMF was already setting up. Fortunately we finished setting up just in time that the children were about to finish with their checkups. Besides, they were still waiting for their grandmas. 
We distributed popcorn to the kids and the elderly ages 70 and above asked us kindly if we could also give them popcorn. They were just few so we gave in to their wish. Both grandparents and their grandchildren were very happy with that simple gift from Chummy Chum.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Chummy Chum Visits Taguig Pateros District Hospital

After the 1st event, CCF went over to Taguig District Hospital which is very near, Western Bicutan Health Center. This time we gave a nice treat to in-patients of the hospital’s Pedia ward located at the 3rd floor. 
This time, the kids were very few compared to our earlier event wherein it was brimming with people. 
Big thanks to Ms. Ruth and Ms. Leisette for the additional refreshments.



Chummy Chum Graces Western Bicutan Health Center

Everytime we pass by Western Bicutan Health Center, we notice that there are lots of indigent kids in the area during Tuesdays. 
We decided to go the Center before an event and talk to the administrator and we found out that the reason why there are many women and children during those times is because of the center gives away free medicines to indigent families in the area. We offered our help to give cheers to kids the Chummy Chum way. We decided to do it on a Wednesday and the administrator was very happy because it coincides with their free immunization such as Anti-measles. 
Come Wednesday, as CCF was preparing to set up, we were told that 100 kids were scheduled for the day. As we were cooking the popcorn, the number of kids gradually increased to 200. We were glad that we were able to help the health workers entice children to have free immunization that day. 






Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Chummy Chum Graces Meritxell Children’s Home Inauguration

CCF attended the inauguration of Meritxell Children’s Home owned by the friends of Ricky Reyes, the founder of Childhaus. 
Meritxell Children’s Home shelters abandoned children and aims to help these kids and sustain their needs for a temporary shelter. 
The center also aims to help childless married couple who are interested to adopt a child. They offer the fastest way for childless couples to adopt a child because they already have in there, social workers and lawyers that will help in the process.
When CCF arrived at the event, the place was already set up and just waiting for the kids that came from Bahay Pag-Asa. Approximately 30 kids are housed at Meritxell, most of them are toddlers. 
You can contact us if you are interested to bring blessing and joy to these abandoned children.




Monday, January 6, 2014

Chummy Chum with FEU-GHS Tamaraw Alumni Foundation

Chummy Chum’s opening salvo for this year is a “pahabol” treat from FEU GHS Tamaraw Alumni to kid survivors of ‘Yolanda’ at Jose Fabella Center. When we got there, the children were excitedly waiting for the event to start, along with the DSWD personnel who are helping these kids to get back on their feet again and start a new life in their hometown. 
There were a lot of events scheduled for that day for the Yolanda survivors who can also be considered less fortunate, given their situation. When CCF arrived, the 12-3pm event is still ongoing. 
They also brought lots of food and gifts and as we observe, we saw that most of the kids receive at least five (5) toys and food, while there are also those that did not receive anything. We do pray that the management of the said hospital will give fair treatment to everybody. 


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