He is Conceived, the Greatest Gift

Remembering the pregnant woman this season makes us remember the greatest priceless gift we received.
21 She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus,[a] because he will save his people from their sins.”22 All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: 23 “The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel”[b] (which means “God with us”). Matthew 1:21-23


Reaching Out the Street Children

December 23, 2021 Children’s Mission Philippines In coordination of Family Outreach Program, Conducted a street children in San Jose under the Bridge (Riverside). Family Outreach Team, share the Love of God to the children’s even to their mother who are watching the the program, and we also share a Christmas Gift pack, that can be cook for their Noche Buena (inclusive of 1kl. of Spaghetti pasta, 1kl. of Pasta Sauce, 1 can fruit cocktail, 1 block of cheese, 1 pack of milk.) Everyone enjoyed and very happy to the fun games and snacks we prepared.


Never Forget the Old Ones

The seniors, they are called. We have a responsibility to show kindness, respect and to take care of the elderly. Yes, we are to respect all people, but there is a certain type of respect that we give to the elderly. There is a certain way we talk to them and give honor to them. Old aged people have been through many different experiences that will help us. So remembering them in this season will make us always remember that we’re alive for a reason. Giving them gift this Christmas is just the beginning.
Do not cast me away when I am old; do not forsake me when my strength is gone Psalm 71:9


Gifts for the Native Ita’s

This Christmas season there are people located in a geographically isolated demographic areas where they are being unremembered like the native Ita’s. CMP had set a special day of gift giving for 50 families located in the other side of the river. Even thru challenges in reaching them out still the eagerness to share the gift has made it possible.


Christmas Gift Pack for this Christmas Season of 2021.

They are the children who made an impact in CMPHGI Milestone. They are also the recipient of Christmas Gift Pack for this Christmas season of 2021.
Hilary Grace was the firstborn of Maternal and Child Health Care Clinic (MCHC)-Birthing Home was named after Hills of Grace, she is now 9 years old and presently on grade 3.
Capuli Siblings are also one of the first clients of MCHC Hills of Grace from infancy to school age they have been regular clinic clients.
Another group of special ones are children who are physically and mentally challenge. Xian is a child with cleft lip and palate, he was 4 days old when brought by his parent to MCHC, was assisted and referred to Philippine Bond of Mercy a partner NGO specializing and offering free Cleft lip/palate repair. Xian undergone 3 series of cleft lip/palate repair and operation and still with ongoing follow ups. He is now 5 years old, already in nursery and is talkative able to communicate, comprehend and speak understandable sentences.
Ryan is also a special client who receive the gift pack, he is 9 years old boy with hydrocephalus was abandoned by his mother and cared for by his aunt. He can sit but unable to stand, feed self, communicate well and respectful.
Steph is a 6-year-old microcephaly and has been under the service of MCHC, same with Keana a Trisomy 21 client. They are among those children CMP will never forget especially during this special season.



Last December 20-22, 2021 the CMP together with Community Development Department staff enthusiastically and joyfully distributed the 1414 Christmas gift pack to its previous and current clients including senior citizen and indigenous people in different areas of Montalban, Rodriguez Rizal. Due to current pandemic, most are not totally recovered from stress and financial instability. Upon receiving the surprise Christmas gift pack recipients expresses their gratitude to Children’s Mission Philippines while holding their gift pack with an eminent expression of joyous smiles from the heart. Filled with thanksgiving for the unexpected gift, some verbalized, “thank you for remembering us” “this is my first gift I received this season”.
Truly the essence of Christmas is giving. BIG HELP FROM A BIG HEART!

Scandinavian Children’s Mission Philippines Inc. Now Accepting Donations for Typhoon Odette

Scandinavian Children’s Mission Philippines Inc. is now accepting donations to those who lost their livelihoods, homes and even loved ones from the devastation of Typhoon Odette.
All possible donors may bring/deposit donations to :
• #14 F. Rodriguez corner E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue San Jose, Rodriguez Rizal, Philippines


Children’s Mission Philippines would like to thank the following donors of Vitameal for CMP malnourished children beneficiaries, your contribution serves as a big help and support in fighting malnutrition. Thank you and God bless to
1. Atty. Mirella Batungbacal & Family
2. Atty. Pancho & Emma Umali
3. Miraflor & Joey Go (Chicago)
4. Luis Cruz & Family
5. Marja & Peter Pancho
6. Manolo & Maricris San Diego
7. Colliers Valuation Team
8. Mariel Rubia
9. Atty Edwardson & Theresa Ong
10. Annie Barleta & Family
11. Atty Mark Lester & Maria Manalo
12. Yolanda and Gerardo Oconer (Chicago)
13. Ernan Munoz & Family
14. Regine Abos & Family (Australia)
15. Anonymous Donors
16. Marione Santana & Family
17. Susan Rondilla & Family
18. Thelma Corpuz & Family
19. Beverly Benedicto



December 8, 2021, Children’s Mission Philippines distributed pangginaw packs located in 3 highlands of Montalban, the beneficiaries are 39 families in Seedling Macabud 51 Harangan Lower Macabud and 20 in Sitio Pintor


Seminar for Mushroom Production Technology by Bureau of Plant Industry

December 7, 2021 Children’s Mission Philippines (CMP) conducted a seminar for Mushroom Production Technology, Part 1 – Preparation of Substrate and Fruiting Bag with resource speaker from Bureau of Plant Industry. Attended by the CMP staff from Community Development Department (CDD) and four (4) Mothers from Community.