Philippines Service Trip 2018-19 Summary

23 students and 4 teachers will be embarking on a service learning trip to the Philippines over the Christmas holidays (Dec. 26, 2018 to Jan. 9, 2019) to put our faith into action and follow in the footsteps of Jesus. A short bio of each student leader can be found at the bottom of the page. 

Just before departing for our stop over in Hong Kong (15+ hr flight)
Our first group photo in the Philippines (Ninoy Aquino Airport – Manila)

While half way across the world, we will be helping in the construction of new homes for those less fortunate, assisting in a community clean up, volunteering at an orphanage, and spreading the Christmas spirit to 6 different villages by singing, dancing, having fun, and most importantly, building relationships.

Below is a video summary of each day. For more pictures you can follow:
Twitter: @MikeCLeadership
Twitter: @MamaGLeadership
Twitter: @CeliaIeradi

DAILY VIDEO SUMMARIES

 

 

Day 1 – Traveling to the Philippines


 

Day 2 – Part 1 – Visiting Masagana

 

Day 2 – Part 2 – First Day in PK2 Village (to be posted)



 

Day 2 – Part 3 – Sorting Donations


 

Day 3 – Part 1 – OLB Community in San Mateo 
(See pictures below)



 

Day 3 – Part 2 – Visiting AVANAI community (To be posted)

 

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Day 4 – Visiting Paniqui, Tarlac community
(See pictures below)



Day 5 – Playing with kids at PAR 2

 


Day 6 – Part 1 – Visiting slums of Tondo
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Narrated/Extended]     [Silent Version] 

 


Day 6 – Part 2 – New Year’s party with Tondo street kids



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Day 7 – Part 1 – Live TV Morning Show


 


Day 7 – Part 2 – Visiting Makati City



Day 8 – Tagaytay (to be posted)

 

 

Day 9 – Building day 1 in PAR 2




Day 10 – Building Day 2 (to be posted) (pictures below)



Day 11 – Bethlehem Orphanage




Day 12 – Build Day 3 (NEW)



Day 13 – Build Day 4 (NEW)

Photo Summary

Paniqui, Tarlac Community

Day 10 – Build Day 2 in PAR 2 Community

Check back daily for video updates

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Thank you for following our travels!

5 thoughts on “Philippines Service Trip 2018-19 Summary

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  1. Bravo to everyone. Keep up the good job leaders.
    Just one thing I noticed that not every students seems not giving an equal opportunity to be part of being a leader. It seems like same students are speaking and explaining details of the agenda for the day. Michael should encourage each one of the students to partake so that they enhance their leadership experience since that they are all leader supposedly. Get them all more involve with the program so students gain confidence.

    1. Everyone gets to speak when we introduce ourselves at the village. Plus members from each team get to say grace, do morning or evening prayer, as well as give acknowledgements in the community. Not everything is caught on camera.

  2. Bravo to everyone. Keep up the good job leaders.
    Just one thing I noticed that not every students seems not giving an equal opportunity to be part of being a leader. It seems like same students are speaking and explaining details of the agenda for the day. Michael should encourage each one of the students to partake so that they enhance their leadership experience since that they are all leader supposedly. Get them all more involve with the program so students gain confidence.
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