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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Chummy Chum Brings Smiles to Kids at SMF Medical Mission in SM Calamba

Chummy Chum has once again spread cheer to poor children of Calamba, Laguna who were having their free medical and dental checkup courtesy of SM Foundation. 
We were a little bit delayed by the traffic at the Calamba exit but got to the venue on time. SMF welcomed us with their warm smile since we have not been joining them in quite a long time because of our vehicle problem.
They said they missed the smell of our popcorns that even some of the volunteer doctors even requested for popcorn. 
The children were also excited and had big smiles on their faces because after their checkups they will finally get snacks and freebies courtesy of Chummy Chum.








Sunday, June 19, 2016

Chummy Chum Graces Ms. Elyn’s BDay Outreach at PCMC Charity Ward

CCF Team headed to Philippine Children’s Medical Center (PCMC) located at Agham Rd., Quezon City for the annual birthday outreach of Ms. Elyn. 
Fortunately, there's an available vehicle for us to use because normally, Sunday is a busy day due to deliveries of apparel for our boss’ business. 
Their success in business is the result of hard work and their generosity towards the needy, through Chummy Chum Foundation.
Just like the kind-hearted Ms. Elyn with her annual charity outreach. On this day, she and her friends prepared lots of food and gifts for the cancer-stricken kids of PCMC. We got to the venue and immediately set up our booth. During gift distribution, we saw poor little children who have big lumps and are asking for financial assistance so they could go to medical experts for their condition. 
We gave them our cellphone number and advised them to gather needed documents so we could present them to our boss for possible assistance. 
All the children in the Charity Ward were given grocery packs and food which were served in their hospital bed.

Photo shows Ms. Elyn with some of the cancer patients and CCF volunteers.






Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Teary-Eyed Mom Thanks Chummy Chum Foundation

A poor mother with a sick baby was crying… and they were tears of joy. 
Last April, she was feeling unwell as she went to different public hospitals in search of an incubator for her premature baby. Unfortunately, there were no vacant incubators in the said public hospitals. 
She did not give and continued to search until she found one at Our Lady of Lourdes, a private hospital. 
Though the safety of the mother and child has been secured, the bill was too expensive as both she and her husband don’t have jobs and were living with her parents. 
With the help of Chummy Chum Foundation and some of her relatives, her baby finally got out of the hospital after two months.



Saturday, June 4, 2016

Chummy Chum Make Kids Happy at Open Day Center Despite CC Van Problem

It was an unfortunate day for Ms. Diane, the one who invited us to spend her birthday with the less fortunate children of Open Day Center of Virlaine Foundation as our Chummy Chum Van’s alternator broke down. But this did not deter us from doing our mission to spread cheer to children. Ms. Diane offered her vehicle as service so that we can transport our equipment to Quiapo, Manila where the venue is, while our truck was left in Ospital ng Maynila.
When we got to the venue, the children were all there waiting for us. We immediately get to work and set up our popcorn machine and suit up Chummy Chum. The kids enjoyed playing during the parlor games hosted by the clowns. After the games, Chummy Chum came out and danced for the children. Afterwards the children and Ms. Diane & friends had their pictures taken with Chummy Chum.

Photo shows Chummy Chum with the aritist/model Ms. Diane Hernandez.


Friday, June 3, 2016

Chummy Chum w/ SM Foundation Visits Poor Families of Baryo Looc, in Batangas

CCF went to Baryo Looc, Nasugbu, Batangas to join SM Foundation’s Medical Mission for the poor families of that community. It took us 4 hours to get there as our CC van is not that fast but we eventually got there.
SMF yearly conducts medical and dental missions to far-flung barrios in partnership with their respective local leaders.

When we got there, most of the volunteers were already there and were already starting. The volunteer soldiers kindly requested for popcorns and in return, they provided us boxes of biscuits for the children who already had their checkups. The people of Baryo Looc were very thankful to SMF and CCF for spending time with people from faraway places like them.

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