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We acknowledge that we all come from different backgrounds, but we all share a common concern for humanity, and a desire to help our fellow man.


1. Donate to the Adult Scholarship Program for livelihood training. It is $150/person (includes tuition fees and incidental expenses) to sponsor an adult student to learn new skills and to support their family.
2. Donate to our workshop. Our yearly workshop is aimed at instilling hope as well as to introduce new knowledge for a better life. (created August 6, 2011)

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This is an overview of the shelter (shack) of the street families living along an island, two way street in Manila.                                                                                              



I recently arrived from Manila, Philippines on June 21, 2011 after staying for three weeks and accomplishing PPFF’s objectives to assist the Filipino poor, which are:                    

1.  to provide basic catechism for the Sacraments
2.  to provide basic knowledge of Christian marriage, and family, and parenting 
3.  to assist street families in securing basic documents such as birth and baptismal    certificates so as to take part in governmental and non-governmental programs designed to provide for their basic needs, and the education of their children;                               
4.  to provide vocational and skills training (PPFF has a total of 4 scholars undergoing skills training at St Peter's Velle Technical School Cubao, Quezon City)       (created July 7, 2011)


PPFF Workshop June 2011

PPFF in partnership with Sacred Heart Parish (SHP) located in Quezon City, Philippines conducted a four day workshop in June for eleven (11) couples, who are living on the streets and in the slums of Manila and for the most part do not have documentation, and were living together an average of 10 years. (created July 7, 2011)


The Sacrament of Matrimony was held on June 9, 2011 at Sacred Heart Parish for the 11 couples.  CONGRATULATIONS and May God's Blessings Be Upon You Always! (created July 7, 2011)

33 children, mostly of the newlywed couples received the Sacrament of Baptism on June 16, 2011

Also, 33 children (mostly of the newlywed couples) were baptized on June 16, 2011 (sponsored by PPFF and SHP). (created July 7, 2011)

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Pusong Pinoy Forever Foundation (PPFF) 1st Annual Benefit Dinner was held on Thursday, May 12, 2011. We're grateful for the generosity of our family and friends in sharing their time, effort, and resources to make this event a success so that we can further continue and sustain our mission to assist the Filipino poor to have a better life. (created May 2011)


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2010 was a fruitful year for PusongPinoy Forever Foundation!  Through prayer and the hard work of our staff we were ableto achieve great things for His glory. Click here for PPFF 2010 Highlights.  We owe our gratitude to all Filipinosand people of other races who worked with one heart and mind to assist theFilipino poor and to accompany them in their journey.  All Glory andPraise to God! (created January 2011)

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MALIGAYANG PASKO AT MASAGANANG BAGONG TAON SA INYONG LAHAT
























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Pusong Pinoy Forever Foundation is approved by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt charitable organization on October 29, 2010.  All donations are tax deductable.  The effective date of exemption was April 29, 2010. 

We praise and thank God for this wonderful news!  We encourage our donors to take advantage of our tax exempt status to share resources generously so as to sustain and further God's work among the Filipino poor.  All honor and Glory to God!

Check out this song, "God of this City" by Bluetree. 


Our programs for the Filipino poor especially the street families living in Manila are aimed at instilling hope for a better life.  And we believe in giving in a way that is sustainable and promote self sufficiency.  We recognized the importance of ongoing follow up in order to accomplish our goals... 
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He Cares Mission has taken on the role to follow up the street families who attended our workshop.  Every Saturday, they have an event for street children accompanied by their parents.  You are welcome to check out their website and please feel free to give them a call and to volunteer in their programs.


Workshop June 2010

On the first day of the workshop, we went to Nia Road in Quezon City and met the street families and asked them to come and join us for a free workshop.  We were honored that they trusted us and dedicated four days of their lives to growing closer to God, and trying to improve their lives.  We’re so proud of them. 


I would like to extend my thanks to all who contributed financially to the Workshop 2010 for Street Families Living in Manila themed “Mahal Ako ng Diyos, May Plano Siya Sa Aking Buhay” (God Loves Me, and He Has a Plan For My Life).  The workshop took place at the He Cares Center in Quezon City, Philippines from June 14-17 and June 22-25 in two sessions which started at 8:30am to 3pm daily.

Health for our Future Generation

In our next project, we hope to immunize hundreds of street children and at the same time offer the free workshop again.  We also hope to bring with us Filipino-American youth on our next mission.  Interested teenagers please contact us.  We would appreciate your support for our next project.