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Sunshine Sundays, for our
60 Sunshine Families!

We are very happy to report that we have successfully helped 60 families since 2006! Despite the pandemic in 2020-2022, we have continued to support our kids and their families through our donors and partners,

This year, our new campaign SUNSHINE SUNDAYS aims to encourage more people to join in our caring community, because there is room to give a little more!


In Cash. You can be a monthly donor of at least P500. The cash donations are for the purchase of rice and milk. Additional funds will allow us to add other essentials (some are listed below). This has taken the place of our Daily Lunch Packs which we normally provide during school days.

In KIND. SUNSHINE SUNDAYS invite those who can add “60 of Anything” to our “packaged blessings” which we usually distribute during weekends. Suggested items you can donate:

Food for the body

  • Grocery items -  pot noodles, pasta, tomato sauce, snacks, bread, fruit juice or canned goods like tuna, sardines, etc.
  • Fresh food - eggs, dried fish, poultry, beans and lentils
  • Vitamins for children and adults
  • Toiletries and cleaning products - soap, shampoo, dishwashing liquid, laundry soap, toothpaste, alcohol, cotton, face masks, sanitizer, etc.
  • Sandwiches, prepared snacks or packed lunch boxes

Food for the mind

  • Pre-loved books (Basa Pasa Biyaya’t Pag-Asa)
  • Pre-loved toys
  • School supplies - pad paper, notebooks, pens and pencils; art materials - colored paper, coloring books, craft supplies, crayons, markers, stickers, arts & crafts kits, etc.

Food for the soul

Hand-outs on virtues, bible stories, books for spiritual well-being.

If you're looking for photos or information from previous activities in 2022, please follow this link.

Or, select 'The Past Years' on the tabs above and select the year of the event.

Book Sale Drive


'BASA PASA, BIYAYA'T PAG-ASA' was launched to enhance the children's reading abilities. Art and craft supplies are provided to develop the kids' creativity, discover their talents, and to build their confidence. When school begins at a later date, our children are prepared, motivated, and ready to take the challenges ahead of them! 


Our FEEDING PROGRAM will provide RICE and MILK periodically for the children. We care about their nutritional growth and health, and this is our way of adding healthy food on their tables.


Sunshine Club Updates

We also welcome volunteers who can share their time and talents through various social media platforms. 

Monthly, Bi-Monthly, Occasionally or on Special Days a family or with a group of friends.... let’s share our blessings!

Our giving is not a “dole-out”; it is TO ACCOMPANY A CHILD, A FRIEND, in a time when help is needed most. Let’s bring joy, offer hope and spread little miracles.


On 14 March 2020, the children received a gift that speaks of joy, hope, and  love. A donor has kindly donated 'books' to our kids. These are not an 'just  books', it is a book authored by our founder, Nini Veloso.

The book is for sale at 150.00 php a copy (proceeds of sales will be donated to the club to procure donations for the children and their families). To get your copy, please send us an email.

With another national lockdown in our midst, we need to brace ourselves for more challenges ahead. We survived the first wave last year. Let's stay together; together is stronger. With God on our side, we will succeed in our mission to take care of our kids, their families, and their future.

Let's bring some Sunshine to 60 Families!
Every little bit, when put together, adds up to much. Nothing is too small when it comes from the heart.

Please send monetary donations to:


Bank transfer

Please send an email to:

We will send you the bank details

For donations in kind:

(grocery supplies, toiletries, rice, medicines)

Please send us a message by using the form below, or to

We will arrange transport to collect your donation.

To all our donors, our heartfelt gratitude.


As a continuing effort towards values formation, we will bring meaningful stories through various materials to the children and their mothers. We care to bring goodness, hope and joy, specially during these trying times.

The following weekend was our face-to-face meeting. Our visitors were scholar Jana’s kind sponsors, the Yujico family members: Lu, Peter, and Andrew. They were amazed by the kids’ talents and touched by their warm welcome. We also received a box full of pre-loved toys from Tita Maricris P, which we raffled off and distributed to the kids’ delight. The art project was mini diamond art templates which was quite enjoyable. The virtues of patience and being orderly in their work were put to practice. Artworks of selected students featuring the best paper collages done last February, were framed and given out. It was a busy morning full of blessings for the children.



April had a week-long break for our children because of the Holy Week (Easter Break). But our care packages were complete and delivered as scheduled, despite coinciding with Easter Sunday. As an added treat, we included cookies for the children.

Easter was made even more special with five of our scholars and one active alumna joining the Veloso family for a special Japanese lunch. It was a sweet get together, exchanging stories about school and home. After lunch, the scholars went to play some games at the Time Zone arcade.

Pilgrimage for our 'moms'

The Sunshine Moms, led by our able Mommies’ Team, went on a pilgrimage to different churches in honor of the Blessed Mother. This was the second time the moms went to “eat, love, and pray” while learning much about the Marian devotion from our volunteers. It was a warm day, but nothing could be warmer than seeing the beautiful smiles of the mothers.

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Ms. Tricia Boton gave an enlightening and meaningful talk to our moms this April, as a follow up on our Mental Health and Wellness Talk last March. This month's talk focused on how to make sense of the challenges God sends us and to always have faith and hope that God will always provide. Without a doubt, life has been so challenging for everyone, especially mothers who care for the home, their children and spouse. The mother's role is really to keep the family whole and happy. And it truly is a monumental task, a lot harder and challenging than one can ever imagine. Most moms, survive merely trying to make it.

Our speaker highlights how it is the challenges that fortifies the will and making us cling to God's graces, blessings, and providence. A n attitude of gratitude makes us count our blessings and always see how good God truly is. Combined with unwavering Faith, we realise how God loves us, and makes us trust in His most loving will. It is then that we all become an unstoppable force for the good!

Our mothers were happy interacting with each other and in responding to the speaker's questions. They were also interested with the discussions. The event turned out to be a wonderful eye-opening afternoon

Topic: Making Sense of the Challenges Sent by God to us: A reflection on Providence and Divine Filiation

Date: April 22, 2023
Attendance: 31 momsSpeaker: Ms. Tricia BotonBy: Emily Gomez

The rest of the weeks brought us vitamins, chips, bread and the very fresh vegetables from our faithful donors Tita Christina and Tita Liberty. We also thank all our regular cash donors who sent for the Easter season. We are tremendously blessed to be remembered! THANK YOU.

Mom's Team


Sunday Blessings