Please, Help Us Keep the Milk of Human Kindness Flowing.

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What does it take to help out a Gota de Leche beneficiary?

Not much. Just a little of your time, resources, and a lot of your compassion and caring.

Imagine, 10 pesos already means 1 glass of whole milk for a malnourished child under Gota’s Milk-Sharing and Nutrition Support program.

For 50 pesos, you will be sponsoring one whole school week’s worth of milk for a daycare child.

For a hundred pesos, one rice meal pack can already feed a family of six, or provide 12 meals for one child. It also means 10 glasses of milk for a Gota beneficiary.

The kids also need medication and vitamins. Again, it won’t take much to keep them healthy and free from sickness. For 500 pesos, a child can have multivitamins and ascorbic acid for a whole month. The same amount would also conver the maintenance medication of 1 child with disability (CWD) for up to 10 days.

We need your help to keep the milk of human kindness flowing. Donations may be made to La Proteccion de la Infancia Inc. at Bank of the Philippine Islands (Morayta FEU branch) Peso checking account no. 1585-0011-19

Bank of the Philippine Islands (Morayta FEU branch) US Dollar account no. 1584 – 0022-19
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM (for international donors).

Gota de Leche is registered as La Proteccion de la Infancia, Inc., an accredited Social Welfare Agency, registered by the Department of Social Welfare and Development, and is a legally qualified recipient or implementing entity of government funds. It is located in the Gota de Leche Heritage Building, declared an Important Cultural Property by the National Museum of the Philippines.

 
 

 

 

 

 

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