2020 Year-End Charity Caravan Means the World to the Manobo Tribal People
2020 was a year that rocked the world with the Corona Virus pandemic’s effects that greatly ravaged large and small global economies.
Despite the onslaught, The Pathway to Life, Inc., in partnership with Mountain View College graduate school, launched a year-end charity caravan at the remote highlands of San Fernando, the last municipality of the Province of Bukidnon, towards the provincial borders of the first few Barangays of the mountainous regions of Davao Del Norte.
The combined effort provided 25kgs sack of rice per family of 300, food packs to eat while conducting the distributions, a pair of sleepers for everyone, a bag of groceries, and 2 kgs of fish per family, and bundles of clothes. And finally, the group also distributed books for the kids of the community.
These were all done in light of Christmas’s spirit to help our marginalized brothers and sisters of the indigenous cultural community of Bukidnon. The happiness felt by our tribal brothers receiving these gifts at Christmas has lit a star of joy in every heart that day and felt both by the caravan team and the beneficiaries.
We want to thank our donors and sponsors who have, in one way or another, sent their donations by cash or goods that were all given that day. It was a rewarding experience that we hope to do again in the future.
If you wish to participate in our upcoming charity caravans, medical missions, or livelihood programs for the members of our marginalized indigenous cultural communities, please contact us by email or call us with the contact numbers on this website. We are looking forward to building a better world, one family, and one community at a time.