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The MSC Mission Office Philippines, Inc. conducted a Relief Operation Program for the Taal victims last February 8, 2020 in Brgy. As-is, Laurel, Batangas. A total of 200 families received relief packages that contained rice, canned goods, noodles, monggo beans, biscuits, dried fish, bottled water, toiletries, bed mat, blanket, towels, pail and water dipper. In addition, we were able to also give milk supplement and clothing for the children in the evacuation center. read more...

The MSC Mission Office Philippines, Inc. has granted a Donee Institution Status by the Bureau of Internal Revenue last August 30. 2019. A donee institution as defined under the bill, is a non-stock, non-profit corporation or non-government organization, to which donations are wholly tax deductible from gross income of the donor or exempt from donor's tax in accordance with Section 34(h) and 101 of Republic Act 8424 otherwise known as "Tax Reform Act of 1997". read more...

Butuan City has been dealing with water problem especially during rainy season. The town lies below sea level and flood, the potable water supply is prone to contamination, therefore , water become scarce due to unbalance supple and demand. Aside from that the some areas in the city have been contaminated by the water-born disease called schistosomiasis. The newly established Center for the Poor-Butuan found a solution to contend with the existing problem of water supply in the community. read more...

The MSC Philippine Province and Mission Office will be conducting a Relief Operation Program for the victims of Taal eruption. We appealing for your help to support Call of Donations Campaign to gather resources for the program. We would be glad to accept donation of any kind (cash or in kind). read more...


Like most island communities, Kinatarcan island has limited access to potable water and even household uses. Some of the deep wells in most communities are already salty due to salty water intrusion in the water table, and so most of the residents resorted to use rainwater which are abundant during monsoon periods from May-December. read more....

As part of the mission in helping shape the growth of the Hapag Community, educational assistance was extended to the disadvantaged youth whose parents could not afford to send their children to school. This program aimed to support the students in order to continue their studies. The students were provided of their school needs such as allowance, projects, uniform, food and other supplies. read more....

The Sisters of the Divine Shepherd Novitiate House in La Union has received a tranche for Water System Project for the benefits of our sisters and the community in Brgy. Cupang, Sto. Thomas, La Union. In Drilling we encounter many problems, such as transportation from Valenzuela to La Union. The scarcity of Water to be use in drilling, looking for constructor to do the job, and the soil eroded from time to time because it is sandy. No available materials for the deep well we have to buy in Valenzuela some of the materials needed for the said project. read more....

The program aims to provide educational assistance to fifteen (15) indigenous children from province of Agusan in Mindanao. Fare & allowance, books, school supplies and uniform were able to provide to the students. The most important endeavor that the MSC Center for the Poor (MSC – CFP) focuses on is on the development of the community by helping the children to grow in a holistic manner for them to help shape up the future of their family and community. read more....

Congratulations MSC Mission Office Philippines, Inc. for receiving a 3-year accreditation from Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC). This accreditation serves as a proof that the MSC Mission Office Phils. exhibits PCNC's standard of good governance, management and accountability.



The MSC Mission Office took part for the developmental formation of mothers program of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) sisters in Marikina. The program aims to give the mothers formative interventions, seminars and inputs that serve as accompaniment in their life journey, for them to rediscover their gift of talent and capabilities, for them to accept with confidence their worth and dignity and regain their function and responsibility as mothers and hopefully become collaborators of the Church in building Christian Families. read more..

The MSC Mission Office took part for the developmental formation of mothers program of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) sisters in Marikina. The program aims to give the mothers formative interventions, seminars and inputs that serve as accompaniment in their life journey, for them to rediscover their gift of talent and capabilities, for them to accept with confidence their worth and dignity and regain their function and responsibility as mothers and hopefully become collaborators of the Church in building Christian Families. read more..