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2016 Light and Love Home Charity Walk in Vancouver

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Light and Love Home Vancouver held a charity walk/run on Canada Day. From little babies to seniors, over 100 participants joined this event to raise fund for the poor.


Women Knitting Class in Madagascar


We started a women knitting class in Tamatave. Not only can they learn a skill, but they also have an opportunity to meet new friends and study the Bible.


News in India


Rajasthan, India

The person-in-charge of New York Light and Love Home Charity Services visited Rajasthan for the first time. He and the team were treated to tasty, real fresh milk produced by milk cows purchased by Light and Love Home. The team’s greatest satisfaction was to see the hopeful smiles on the faces of the beneficiaries.

Harmonica Class

Delhi, India

Team of volunteers from Light and Love Home recently visited Delhi to see the needs there and explore the opportunities for charity projects in the area. It resulted in a decision being made to start an After School Tutoring Centre in a new location.

Harmonica Class

Bangalore, India

Congratulations to Arpana, a recipient of Light and Love Home Scholarship on her graduation! Not only did she graduate with outstanding academic results—ranked the first in her class, she also got a job after graduation. We are very happy for her and proud of the work Light and Love Home has done.


New Programs in DR Congo

Learning Centre

In November, we established the Learning Centre to provide basic reading and writing skills training to children and adults who lack proper education.

Visiting the Dalits

Living Enhancement Program

We launched a new Living Enhancement Program to provide funds for poultry raising, which helps this family-based Children’s Home to generate more income to support six girls at the Home.


Expanded Charity Work in the Philippines

In 2015, Light and Love Home continued to expand its work in the Philippines. In Paniqui, Tarlac, we rented another place, which is right across from an elementary school and a high school. That allowed us to readily contact students and organize fellowship and various activities for them. Besides the official services, our volunteers offered treats to students out of their own pocket.

Light and Love Home also extended to Caloocan, where the community has great need in both basic necessities and spirit. We are organizing more suitable programs for them and we station coworkers in this district to develop its charity services and church ministry.


Home Visits

Sale Sale

Light and Love volunteers paid visits to some local residents and found out that their houses were simply made out of bricks, straw mats and metal sheets. These houses become very hot and stuffy after the sun heats up the metal sheets on the housetop. In one of the houses, there are two rooms in which live four families, 16 people in total. Their living condition is very poor, and sometimes they are not certain if they will have food for dinner.

Interest Class

Sale Sale

Three days in a row, Light and Love volunteers taught handcraft such as origami and drawing in Ventenilla Primary School. We also played games with them, and our laughter attracted some lower grades students to join us. Afterwards, we invited them to our centre across from their school to have some activities after lunchtime. Each time there were 10 to 20 students.


For the first time, Light and Love team visited Caloocan to understand the situation and the needs of the community, aiming to provide for them care and support.

Ukulele Class

Light and Love volunteers took the active role to contact NHC High School and to conduct ukulele class on campus. About 30 students and teachers took heart to learn with joy. They were fast learners! In only two sessions they had learned London Bridge is Falling Down and the Happy Birthday Song. They could also play together.

Contact with residents

Light and Love volunteers contacted different communities including elementary and high school students and housewives to understand their situation. Most of the high school students were not given post-secondary education due to poverty. Some of them had excellent academic performances but had to miss out the opportunity.

In slum areas people built some shacks as their home on the land that belonged to the government. Their living condition was adverse. We are considering some ways to assist these needy people.

Food giving

On October 11, Light and Love volunteers, along with 8 local high school student volunteers, launched a food giving service for about 60 children. They were not only fed but also felt the care from us.

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