PCCF Donates $10,000 at the ANCOP Walk 2019
For the 9th year in a row, the Philippine Canadian Charitable Foundation (PCCF) walked along with thousands of participants at the annual ANCOP Walk. A sea of participants in green shirts took over downtown Toronto chanting, "ANCOP for the Poor.. Build houses for the poor!" as they completed the 5kms walk. ANCOP or ANswering the Cry of the Poor organizes this annual event that endeavors to raise funds for Child Sponsorship, Community Development, and Humanitarian Relief programs.
A donation of $10,000 was presented by PCCF President, Rosemer Enverga, to ANCOP President Ricky Cuenca. "ANCOP has been one PCCF's main beneficiaries and I hope that with this donation, we can start building another village to support needy families in the Philippines!" said Rosemer. Among the PCCF group were Officers Noemi Milanes, Amelia Arcillo, Josephine Dizon and the Pageants Entourage: Sophia Grajo- Little Miss Philippines Canada 2019, Hailey Daryanani-Miss Teen Philippines Canada 2019, Rena Sumatra-Miss Philippines Canada 2019, Nonalyn Calawagan-Mrs. Philippines Canada 2019 and Elle Delizo-Miss Philippines Canada, 1st Runner-Up & Best in Talent who serenaded the crowd. Alexa Grant, Miss Teen Philippines Canada 2018 were also present with her parents.
We would like to THANK YOU all for coming out to support a great cause and congratulations to the organizers for yet another successful event!
PCCF is proud to have completed the building of the PCCF Tala Village in Caloocan, Philippines. The village is home to families impacted by Leprosy and also contains the Senator Tobias C. Enverga Jr Multipurpose Hall donated by the late Senator's family. With your continued support, we can help build more houses for the poor!
Having fun, while helping others!
ABOUT PCCF The Philippine Canadian Charitable Foundation (PCCF) is a non-profit organization who's mission is to have fun, while helping others. PCCF was founded by the late Senator Tobias C. Enverga Jr., the first Canadian of Filipino descent elected in the City of Toronto and the first Canadian of Filipino descent to be appointed the Senate.