Monthly Archives: December 2013

  • CHARIS Foundation successfully held the first ever Make A Child Smile project gift-giving activity in Tolosa (a 5th-class town 25 kms south of Tacloban City, Leyte). The event was participated by some 200 Tolosa children whose ages range from 1 year old to 14 years old. Previously, the children took part in a letter-writing session […]

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  • A number of Make A Child Smile (MACS) Ninongs and Ninangs were able to post some photos in social media of their gifts for their MACS inaanaks. Some took photos of the gifts already wrapped while some revealed that they’ll give to their inaanaks. Here are some of the photos: 1. Ninang Kaye and Jaleel […]

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  • You’ve been wanting to give a gift to Yolanda victims but don’t know how? For the Make A Child Smile (MACS) Project, we’ve got the wishlist of the children and we are looking for MACS Ninong/Ninang who could sponsor the wishlist. Please see below the steps on how to know which gifts you can sponsor […]

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  • The Make A Child Smile (MACS) Project conducted its letter-writing session in Tolosa, Leyte on December  13, 2013 Around 150 children took part in the letter-writing session. The children were asked to describe their experience during the typhoon. They were then told to write simple wishes for Christmas. The day of the actual gift-giving was […]

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  • Tindog Tolosa, a social project for the rehabilitation of Leyte town Tolosa by Makati-based professionals, is partnering with CHARIS Foundation for the Make A Child Smile project in the town. Tolosa is  fifth class municipality in the province of Leyte, Philippines.  It has a population of 17,921 people, according to the 2010 census,. Tolosa is located 24 kilometres  south of Tacloban City. Some of […]

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  • The Make A Child Smile (MACS) project has unveiled its new logo.   The logo consist of the MACS initials with the letter “C” depicting a smiley character. The logo has a post-it theme of different colors that symbolizes the work of the MACS project, a project composed of different individuals from different backgrounds working […]

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  • The Make A Child Smile (MACS) Project was mentioned in a Yahoo! PH article when Chris Tiu was interviewed by the Philippine group of the internet corporation. The interview-article was headlined: Why Chris Tiu is more perfect than you think. It was posted by author Rio Rose Ribaya and published December 10, 2013. In the interview, […]

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  • CHARIS Foundation has partnered with Cebu-based iCan organization for the Make A Child Smile project in San Remigio, Cebu. iCan is a group of young professional who promotes personal development and professional excellence through the nurturing of the human virtues, with special emphasis on the virtues of chastity and modesty. The group is composed of […]

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  • The Make A Child Smile (MACS) Project started its first set of letter-writing session with the Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital site on December  6, 2013 Around 150 children, a large number of which are Typhoon Yolanda victims, took part in the letter-writing session. The children were asked to describe their experience during the typhoon. […]

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  • CHARIS, as part of its social outreach and youth development project, launches this December the Make A Child Smile (MACS) project for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. The MACS project wishes to uplift the human spirit of some less privileged individuals who were affected by typhoon Yolanda by extending them the joy of the Christmas […]

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