Livelihood Development Program Funding

$5,380 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 59 people in 52 months
The tribal village of the Aetas at Capas, Tarlac, was affected by typhoon Glenda. Roscon sent help to transfer the jetmatic pump to another location in the Center to have potable water for the students and villagers. For more photographs of the devastating effect on the area, please visit our website at: http://www.rosconfoundation.org/benefactor.aspx
Latest Giving Project. It shows the latest problem of the indigenous tribe that needs your help so badly. Thank you, dear friends, for your assistance. Here's our link at gofundme:
www.gofundme.com/livelihoodupliftment. God bless you all!
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We wish to thank the Helal's of Arlington for dropping off a lot of supplies to be sold at our Bazaar on January 24th. We are so happy we have a lot of supporters helping us accomplish our missions. The indigents and the poor villagers convey their appreciation to all of you! God bless you all!!!!
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May we ask our dear patrons to drop off or email us for pick up... used baby clothes for some poor villagers with newborns needing some clothes? We are now receiving boys t shirts and girls clothes for a tutorial school... all we need now from our dear sponsors are some donations to pay for the cost of the boxes to be sent off... as our saying goes..."every penny counts..."
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Our Pastor is back in the US until December visiting churches and speaking at different venues (schools, civic organizations, family and corporate gatherings). He spent 8 months in Cebu sleeping in tents and helping with the relief effort that reached out to thousands of disaster victims in our area. We had over 700 baptisms during that span and hope to establish a dozen or more new churches. Two new church buildings have already been built and three more under construction. Our livelihood program is more relevant now than ever as we help people affected by the typhoon become self-sustaining through trade, not just aid. Since he arrived, he has spoken at Cisco Rotary, Churches of Christ in Cisco, Texas, Hollis, Oklahoma, Lone Wolf Oklahoma, Mobile Alabama, Newnan Georgia, and other places. Help us help Arapal.
Aeta Livelihood Development Project
Areas being repaired
Goat raising as a livelihood project
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Joshua Ministries' 24 member big band has gifted Roscon Foundation with their performance at St. Stephen Methodist Church to help them raise funds for their livelihood development programs. Come and be a part of this joyous celebration! To donate, please go to www.gofundme.com/livelihoodupliftment. Thank you. God bless you all.
Joshua Ministry helps Roscon raise funds
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Roscon Tejas
51 months ago

Visayans are not only noted for their gracious mannerisms... they are also very helpful towards their own people...that's why Visayans easily bounce back on any tragedy!

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$5,380 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 59 people in 52 months
Created April 13, 2014
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Blue Bonnet Worlwide
47 months ago (Offline Donation)

A contribution for your missions...

AD
$15
Anonymous Donor
49 months ago (Offline Donation)

A prize of a price!

AH
$100
Alice Hoffman-Decker
49 months ago

I upgraded my pledge from $50.00 to $100 because it is for a good cause by a good woman Carol Smith. Thank you for all you do. Alice Hoffman Decker

JO
$50
Jessie Ortiz
49 months ago (Offline Donation)

To help you dear friend...

PS
$25
Paloma Soup
50 months ago (Offline Donation)

My support to you comes from my heart...

MC
$35
Minda dela Cruz
50 months ago (Offline Donation)

Good job!

AB
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Annabelle Badgwell
50 months ago (Offline Donation)

Something for your charitable work!

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Anonymous
50 months ago
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Kawaii-land
50 months ago (Offline Donation)

My heart spoke with yours... hope the purses' sale helps...

Roscon Tejas
51 months ago

Visayans are not only noted for their gracious mannerisms... they are also very helpful towards their own people...that's why Visayans easily bounce back on any tragedy!

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