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 ONE HEART FOR HOPE . 27472 Portola Parkway, Suite 205-250 . Foothill Ranch, California  92610 . email - info@oneheartforhope.org
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2018 Giving Back
January 2022 - Typhoon Odette Relief Aid - Bohol Provice
One Heart for Hope provided solar lights and blankets to children and families in Bohol whose houses were totally damaged by Typhoon Odette. Much gratitude to ICM members for their assistance and to their constituents,  Kagawad Clement Lofranco Ingking for his assistance, to Baranggay Booy constituents, brothers Danilo Arayata and Tolitz Arayata for helping in this mission. For years, OHFH had been distributing quality solar lights to hard to reach powerless communities and typhoon ravaged towns.  
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2019 Giving Back
January 2022 - Late Holiday Giving - Cabangan, Zambales 
36 children from 35 fisherfolk families in Cabangan, Zambales were given "media noche" package for the New Year celebration. Most of their livelihood were severely affected by the pandemic. 
Thanks to the help of Alon & Araw Club with its mission to provide the less-privileged youth an avenue to hone their skills in surfing and, at the same time, to teach responsibility towards the environment. Huge thanks to Alon & Araw Coach Donn Quintos , Gabi del Rosario and One Heart For Hope resident surfer/instructor/volunteer Mark Anthony Jereza for taking care of these children and for giving them hope. The discipline, the sports advocacy, the environmental awareness you are teaching these kids will be their foundation for a better and responsible future

January 2022 - New Year Giving - Aetas of San Marcelino, Zambales
Food packs given to Aeta community for their New Year "media noche" meals in San Marcelino, Zambales. Thank you to our very active senior volunteers. Ampy Lim, Daniel Lansang, Leticia Ramos, Rodelio Antonel, and Lala Elvira 
2020 Giving Back
February 2022-  OHFH extends help in Guimaras Women Seaweed Farmers
The livelihood of women of Panabolon Island, province of Guimaras were shattered when typhoon Odette destroyed their seaweed farms. One Heart For Hope partnered with Seed4Com to restart their sustainable livelihood through seaweed. We also plan to resume mangrove planting as part of our coastal conservation initiative.  Our solar partner, Power4All provides our durable solar powered torches that give the power of life to these families in remote islands where electricity are nonexistent. Blankets were also diven to ease the lives of people in this powerless island.  

2021 Giving Back
January 2021 - New Year Giving, T'Boli Children - South Cotabato
Even in the most remote mountain ranges of So. Cotabato, OHFH continues to give joy and celebrate the New Year to the Indigenous Learning School of T’boli children. Thanks to Ms. Anita Castillon, day care coordinator for all her hardwork and passion to serve these children, their families and the community of Barangay t’kunel, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.
January 2022 - Late Holiday Giving - San Narciso, Zambales - Children from San Narciso, Zambales were the last recipients of Christmas meal packages. Mostly indigent, these kids are hungry for love and knowledge. La Paz Amianan Surfers Coach- Virgel Ramos train these children to be self-reliant and active even in the time of pandemic. We hope that these children would excel in their studies and in sports with their mentoring for the years to come. 
January 2022 - Kabankalan Solar Outreach - Negros Occidental
Purok Pag-imokan, in the mountainous part of Brgy. Oringao, Kabankalan, Negros Occidental was ravaged by typhoon Odette few months ago. This village has no power due to its remote location. Noel Galang, together with volunteers handed out solar lights and blankets to 50+ families. As promised, your donation will be handed out personally to the people even in the farthest localities. 
March 2022 -OHFH Brings Hope to Indigenous Students in General Nakar, Quezon
The Sentrong Paaralan Ng Mga Agta in General Nakar in Quezon Province is the only school offering Indigenous People Education (IPED). Almost all the students here are staying in the school dorm because their houses are hours and miles walk away. 236 elementary and high school students benefitted from this project. School supplies, hygiene kits, canned goods, groceries, and sacks of rice were distributed.