CFC ANCOP Winnipeg: Starville IV Groundbreaks
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
BULACAN – A groundbreaking ceremony was conducted last June 28 for the joint housing project of the Municipal Government of Baliuag and CFC ANCOP Winnipeg, Canada.
The new site has a land area of 11, 562 sq.m and will be accommodating 135 houses for prequalified families and community. The communal to be established was named Larry Tova Vickar-CFC ANCOP Winnipeg, Canada- Starville IV
Members of the Sangguniang Barangay of Baliuag and its department heads joined the officials of CFC ANCOP and the AGT of Bulacan for the launch of the project. The program started with a Thanksgiving mass officiated by Rev. Fr. Ventura Galman. It is followed by the singing of the National anthem and a message of welcome from the head of the executive office of Baliuag, Mayor Ferdie V. Estrella.
Bro. Ricky Cuenca, president of ANCOP Canada International, gave his remarks to the people of Baliuag. Also, Bro. Rudy Gaspillo, president of CFC ANCOP Global International, partake his words to commemorate the activity.
The signing of Memorandum of Agreement between ANCOP and the Local government unit also took place. The signees are: Mr. Gerard Tolentino, Bro. Ricky Cuenca, Bro. Rudy Gaspillo, Ms. Josephine Lopez and Mr. Enrique Tagle. The activity then conducted the laying of time capsule to symbolize the future use of the project for the benefit of many.
The ceremony ended with a closing rites and lunch meeting of the Baliuag LGU and CFC ANCOP.
METRO MANILA – More than fifty thousand individuals took a step and participated in the ANCOP Global Walk 2017 last September 17 at the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta. This year’s Global Walk carried the theme “Extra Mile For Love”, reminding everyone that love is encompassing and partaking. The walk is also a mark that the families will continue to help other families surface from poverty.
The ANCOP Global Walk is an annual fundraising event of CFC ANCOP which aims to raise awareness and funds for Couple’s for Christ’s work with the poor programs, namely: Community Development and the Child Sponsorship Program. These programs are geared towards providing shelter, education, basic health care and livelihood to those living in extreme poverty. The Walk will be held in various provinces and cities in the Philippines, as well as key cities in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
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