First Day of Christmas 2010 in Child House, A SUCCESS!!!

With all the hard word and dedication, The Edge Radio staff and a huge team of volunteers were able to make Christmas a little prettier for the 58 children (with cancer and other long term illnesses) living at Child House in Quezon City.

The other good thing is that we were able to involve  about 75  friends who donated Christmas decor, food, time, money, skills, etc. etc. to make this year’s “First Day of Christmas” bigger than ever!

Click here to read Edwin Arceo’s (of Operation Blessing) blog post on the Child House party. A post with GREAT PHOTOS!

Click here to read A Woman with A Mission’s experience helping out at Child House. This post will TOUCH YOUR HEART! It’s got photos too 🙂

And below is a slideshow of what transpired at Child House:

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7 Comments »

  1. 1
    mariah Says:

    thanks Ms Joyce for the opportunity to be part of this project. Thanks for including my post here, too. Have a great 2011!

    • 2
      adventuresofabeautyqueen Says:

      Mariah, I love you and everything you stand for! Thanks for volunteering your time kahit puyat na puyat ka and you’d rather be in bed resting for your next work day, you took away from your beauty sleep to give to the children at Child House. I am so blessed by you!!!

      • 3
        mari ann rose gadapan Says:

        thank you so much! nakakataba naman ng puso ang sinabi mo, ms joyce. thanks!:)

        it was really a great privilege being there kahit wala akong masyadong tulog that day:)

        i also thank God for knowing you, Sir Ron and the edge team.

        God bless u more!

        love yah!

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