The Feeding and Donations program for Missionaries of the Poor – Manila recently received a generous donation of groceries and food from the Filipino DeMolay Singapore Alumni Chapter #46 (FDSAC #46), a group of alumni members of the Filipino DeMolay in Singapore, along with their family members. FDSAC #46 is affiliated with the International Order of DeMolay, which provides leadership training and character development programs to young men aged 12 to 21, with a focus on making a positive impact in their communities.
FDSAC #46 operates under the supervision of DeMolay Alumni Association of the Philippines (DAAP) and under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council Order of DeMolay Philippines (SCOD). The group is led by President Bro. Andy Baga and Vice President Bro. Dennis Rotas, along with the rest of the officers and members of the organization.
With the support of their family members, FDSAC #46 donated groceries and food to the Feeding and Donations program for Missionaries of the Poor – Manila, continuing to embody the values of leadership, service, and brotherhood that are at the core of the DeMolay International organization.
The Feeding and Donations program is an initiative of the Missionaries of the Poor, a religious organization dedicated to serving the poorest of the poor in society. The program provides daily meals to the homeless and disadvantaged communities in Manila and relies heavily on the support of volunteers and donors to provide food and supplies to those in need.
Donations from organizations like FDSAC #46 and their family members can provide much-needed aid and assistance to those in need. Their contribution is significant and can help the Feeding and Donations program continue to make a positive impact in the community.
If you’re interested in supporting the Feeding and Donations program for Missionaries of the Poor – Manila, you can donate money, food, and supplies or volunteer your time and energy. The support of organizations like FDSAC #46 and their family members is crucial in helping the program continue to provide aid and assistance to those in need.
Written by Leg. John Louie Marfil, Chev, LOH, PP FDSAC #46