Hope For Street Children In Cebu

Two street kids who dropped by in our boarding house. A little girl her younger brother.

Cebu, Philippines.

The simplest and the most valuable thing you can give to a child is time. Rather than brushing them off to make your way to the next tourist site, spend some time to ask them their names, what they like to do, or their favorite games.

Even if I don’t have anything like money and power, I still have the courage to help those poor little children in the street in my own simple ways. I thank all my friends who donated their used clothes. Pictures below:





Children all over the world deserve a future is the first step in the right direction. As Dr. Loretta Scott famously said: “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”


2 Responses to “Hope For Street Children In Cebu”

  1. I wished the USA spend 10% on hunger compare to the 1.2 trillion on war. Food and medicine could create hope and forgiveness. It is sad to see anyone who had hunger and no place to live.

  2. @Johncoyote: Same here.. I always wish that Philippines too will find ways to reduce if not solve the problems about hunger and street children…

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