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A Pot of Gold at Rainbow House

Angelo’s Heart to Live

Angelo arrived at the doorsteps of the Queen of Peace Children’s Home as an orphan, malnourished and bone thin with sad eyes. Queen of Peace (QOP) fed him nutritious meals and began his road to recovery.  By age 7 he was very active, however he tired quickly and often complained about chest pains and difficulty breathing.

The doctors confirmed the worse.  Angelo had congenital heart defect and needed surgery. To prepare for the operation, he had to go through a series of heart-rendering laboratory tests and vaccinations. The most painful necessity was the extraction of 16 infected teeth.

All Children, Inc. supported Angelo’s nearly two-year journey from discovery to recovery. Today Angelo is playful and affectionate. He can keep up with the other children and always has a smile to share.

We love a happy ending. Angelo has been officially adopted by his aunt. She has a low paying job and lives in a two-room apartment. All Children’s field consultant checked on Angelo recently and he is healthy and happy. He told her that he wants to become a policeman or a fireman someday so that he can help others in need.

All Children, Inc. believes that all children have potential and if given a chance can become their community’s next leaders and serve with compassion and understanding.

A better future is yours to give.

Coronavirus Shutdown

Coronavirus Shutdown

The COVID-19 does not discriminate. We are all subject to attack, but some populations are more vulnerable than others. Every day more than 300 malnourished children ages 3-6 arrive at Our Lady of the Star Nursery in the Philippines. They are fed and given the necessary medicines daily.

At least they used to.

Currently 72 of the children are undergoing treatment for tuberculosis. The government has no TB drugs to distribute and has given the “stay at home” order to the entire region to combat the virus, which prevents the children from coming to the nursery. If the children miss just one dose, they must start all over again.

Last week, the government issued each family 4.2 pounds of rice, 1 can of sardines and 1 pack of noodles. How long can that possibly last? Our Lady of the Star staff rose to the occasion. They received medical passes from the government and are going home-to-home, distributing the necessary medicines and food packs to the children, especially those who are anemic and malnourished.

Your gift of $25 will feed five children for one month. Give the gift of life today.

“Parents tell us they are more afraid of hungry and lack of basic necessities in the coming weeks than they are of the coronavirus,” said Sister Cecil, Director

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Victor is learning English

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