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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Chummy Chum with UP Volunteers for Children’s Christmas Treat to poor kids.

Third and last event for the day, CCF graced UP Volunteers for Children’s invitation since it’s just very near from where we had our 2nd event. 

When we got to the venue, there were already lots of kids waiting for us and the program has already started. 

Each table has games and prizes offered. But our table is unique because aside from the free popcorn, we also have prizes given away for games. 

We just had a minor setback when it started to rain and Chummy Chum got a little wet. But that did not stop us from giving joy to children. 

UP Volunteers for Children has been going on for four (4) years which comprises UP students and volunteers that wants to spread cheer to less fortunate children.




Chummy Chum with Ms. Myra of JCI Urduja at ERDA Foundation

Second event of the day, CCF went straight to UP, Diliman in Quezon City to grant the request of Ms. Myra to help her look for children who she can share her blessings to. 
We recommended ERDA Foundation which houses poor abandoned children. The event was held at the UP Chapel. 

When we arrived at the venue, the preparation for the event was almost finished and the kids were already there, waiting in excitement. We didn’t finish the program as we still have commitments to fulfill for that day. 

From CCF, happy happy birthday Ms. Myra!




Chummy Chum with Ms Cha at SPECS Foundation Charity Event

First event of a rather busy day, CCF is off to Palanyag, Paranaque City for a birthday charity event with Ms Cha at SPECS Foundation.

SPECS Foundation is a drop in center for street children that roam around the streets of Paranaque. We also included the children of garbage collectors, whom the foundation also supports. 

CCF and Ms. Cha have prepared a treat for these kids. Ms. Cha provided catering, preparations, toys, lootbags, character balloons and Clown show to the delight of the children. 
It is Ms. Cha’s way of spending her special day with the poor children. 

From us at CCF, happy birthday Ms. Cha!





Friday, November 28, 2014

Chummy Chum with Flavors of the World & Ms. Aileen’s group at White Cross Children’s Home

CCF Team went to White Cross Children’s Home for another charity event along with our donors, Flavors of the World with Ms. Aileen’s group.

White Cross is home for the abused and abandoned children located in San Juan, Manila. It is good to know that there are still a lot of kind-hearted individuals who are willing to share their blessings to the less fortunate children. But one thing we notice as we go on our rounds to orphanages, the children were not that excited for parties and food such as spaghetti & chicken as they somehow got served the usual in every party. But they get excited with popcorns and cotton candies. Maybe because seldom are these snacks offered to them.


Ms. Aileen & Flavors of the World are lucky because aside from the free popcorns & cotton candies (absolutely no fees collected), we also provide mascot appearance as well as balloons and giveaway. All these were wholeheartedly offered by the founders of CCF for the less fortunate children.




Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Chummy Chum Donates 3K Pair of Slippers at Missionaries of Charity

CCF Team headed to Missionaries of Charity located at Delpan St., San Nicolas, Tondo Manila to distribute 3,000 pair of slippers to children. For almost 8 years, Missionaries of Charity is just one of the institutions, along with orphanages, poor communities, SPED & Cancer Patients, that CCF helps out and receive slippers every year for the poor children residing at the Delpan Community. 

Big thanks to Esta Family for their donation of Cake and refreshments. Thanks to Ms. Joan and Ms. Cynthia for some of the toys and lootbags.





Friday, November 21, 2014

Chummy Chum with Ms Anne's Family at PCMC-OPD

CCF Staff went back to Philippine Children’s Medical Center (PCMC), this time with Ms. Anne's family to share their blessings with cancer patients. 
For almost 4 years of partnership, Ms Anne makes sure she celebrates her birthday with these kids. But for this year, Ms. Anne is not present, as she is abroad. 
Her mother and siblings are here to represent her. 
CCF arrived early to prepare and set up our booth and decorate the place with balloons. 
A lot of children benefited from the gift-giving courtesy of Ms Anne, to the delight of the event coordinator. Even the donors danced with Chummy Chum just to make the sick patients happy.



Monday, November 17, 2014

Chummy Chum with Ms. Joan and Friends for Birthday Bash at PCMC

CCF went to Agham Road Quezon City to fulfill Ms. Joana’s lifelong wish to spend her special day with less fortunate kids. 
Chummy Chum brought Ms. Joana to meet the Cancer kid patients of Philippine Children Medical Center (PCMC), a government hospital especially for children. 
It is just sad to know that if a doctor recommends a child here, that would mean he/she has a serious or terminal disease.
 This day Chummy Chum and Ms Joana and her group is here to share their blessings to 100 cancer kid patients (OPD and inpatients).



Saturday, November 15, 2014

Chummy Chum Graces Gospel Church Manila’s 8th Anniversary

CCF Team went to Malate Manila to attend Gospel Church Manila’s 8th Anniversary Celebration. 
For 2 years, GCM and CCF’s partnership is efficient in helping poor children living under the bridge and along the railroad tracks of San Andres Bukid in Malate, Manila. 
GCM teaches children about God and instill in them good values and fear of the Lord so they will not do bad things. It’s good that GCM starts teaching them while they are young so that these children will grow up as good and responsible citizens. 
Today, CCF is one with GCM in providing joy to these children through games and a short program wherein Chummy Chum came out to render a dance number. 
The children all went home happy as they bring along freebies courtesy of Chummy Chum.


Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Chummy Chum Brings Joy to OPD Patients of Dr. Jose Rodriguez Memorial Hospital

CCF Team headed to Tala, Caloocan City to spread cheer to children at the Dr. Jose Rodriguez Memorial Hospital OPD Section. It has been six months since we last visited the hospital. 
Almost fifty (50) poor kids were there for their scheduled checkup and were lucky enough to receive freebies from Chummy Chum. 
We encounter different kids every time we come here for a visit and we always get queries as to why we do what we do. As what our big boss tells us, Chummy Chum doing even a simple act of kindness will create endless ripples and will inspire others to do the same. 
As we go about our visits to public hospitals, we can see a lot of improvement such as shorter waiting time for children and their medical needs, being attended to.  


Sunday, November 9, 2014

Chummy Chum with Rotaract San Pedro South’s Gift-Giving at NCH-Miscellaneous Ward

Chummy Chum headed to National Children’s Hospital upon the request of Rotaract Club of San Pedro South for their gift-giving activity at the Miscellaneous Ward of the said hospital. Here is where the sick children with infections and other serious diseases are confined. 
The kids here are not used to having parties unlike those at the Hema ward at the 4th floor. Unlike the kids at the Hema Ward wherein kids are obviously excited even hours before the program, the children at the Misc Ward were very shy, same with the Rotaractors who are the sponsors of the event. 
The kids were very grateful for the gifts from RAC San Pedro South, but it would have been better if the Rotaractors were more participative and have conveyed their message clearly. As with the numerous charity activities we have organized and attended, we think that it is not enough to just give but they also have to tell their benefactors the purpose on why they do it. This would make their benefactors clearly understand their group's mission. 
Also due to miscommunication, we didn't even get to have a picture together with the organizers.


Friday, November 7, 2014

Chummy Chum at Gift Giving event in Ospital ng Maynila – OPD

The group headed to Roxas Boulevard for the gift-giving activity at Ospital ng Maynila and we were delighted to find out that our favorite director, Dr. Cando is back as director of the said hospital. Because he is one of the few who truly appreciates the help we do to public hospitals. 
CCF does not expect anything in return with the help we give but showing importance in all the efforts that we give is a big thing for us and makes us want to help them more. 
We used to have a hard time getting a schedule from the previous director even if we really wanted to help the hospital. Now that Dr. Cando is there, OM can look forward to many visits from CCF.



Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Chummy Chum Joins ‘PEACE-TA MARINO’ Family Day

CCF Team headed to Fort Bonifacio in Taguig City to grace the Philippine Marine’s Family Day. We were there upon the invitation of one of the officials, to spread cheer to children of Marine soldiers who belong to the lower level income status. 
As we set up our booth we noticed that most of the sponsors present were there to either promote their product or their own station networks, contrary to what we do wherein we give joy to children without any compromise. That is why a lot of people are grateful and even want to meet CCF President to personally thank him for his generosity and genuine care to Filipino kids.
After the program and march, the children of marine soldiers started to form a line to different booths including ours. The kids became more excited when Chummy Chum came out to entertain them. The children ran towards the mascot and hugged him as if he was a huge stuff toy.



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