MORE HOMES FOR ANCOP AYTONA COMMUNITY
Friday, December 07, 2018
After building CFC ANCOP Aytona Community – CFC ANCOP Vancouver Homes at San Roque, Sorsogon in 2011, it continues to bring more hope to our poor brethren with more houses being built and turned-over. Just this December 4, 2018, a total of 30 houses sponsored by ANCOP Canada were turned-over to its rightful owners in addition to the 50 houses previously sponsored by ANCOP USA and Cross Catholic Outreach (CCO).
Attendees of the turn-over ceremony include representatives from CFC ANCOP Global Foundation, Inc. (CAGFI) and its partner donors, ANCOP Canada and Bro. Jun Aytona. It was also supported by the local CFC and ANCOP Team, the Local Government Unity (LGU), and the home partners who were filled with happiness because of their new homes.
The ceremony started with a mass, presided by Fr. Emmanuel Joshua Afable. Afterward, donors delivered some messages of hope to the beneficiaries, including Sorsogon City Mayor Sally Lee, Brgy. Captain Rolfo Dogillo, Bro. Ricky Cuenca of ANCOP Canada, Bro. Ric de la Rosa, CAGFI’s Community Development Head, and Bro. Jun Aytona, the site’s land donor. It was also emphasized to the new home partners that they need to abide by wholeheartedly to the rules and regulations to attain a good and peaceful community.
A community that grows in numbers also means that more lives are being transformed by God’s grace. CFC ANCOP ensures that the new home partners did not just gain their new homes and neighbors, but also a new journey with God’s transforming love.
Houses built in this ANCOP site are in addition to more than 2,300 houses existing in 43 sites all over the country. (CFC ANCOP Communications /pmb)
Jobless. Abroad. Alone and lonely. This was what life was like for many members of Couples for Christ (CFC) Netherlands during the first months of the COVID-19 crisis. The reality of people in need inspired CFC Country Heads Mel and Daday de Leon, together with ANCOP Heads Medel and Milen Aviles, to start the “Tulong Kapatid” program, which provided relief through door-to-door delivery of care packages as well as financial assistance to the most affected CFC members.
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