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Child Sponsorship Program

Give the gift of education to a poor child; you will also be giving a future full of hope.

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ANCOP Child Sponsorship Program

providing education to the poorest of the poor

The ANCOP CSP (Child Sponsorship Program) is a one-to-one partnership between benefactor and beneficiary. For $32 a month (or $384 a year), a poor child will receive a host of benefits—school uniforms, school supplies, nutrition & hygiene needs. A partner donor will receive annual updates on the progress of the child, who needs to pass certain educational milestones to be eligible for continued support to progress his / her education.

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Featured Posts

VIDEO: Ricky’s Exciting Travel Announcement to All ANCOP Advocates

Posted Monday, April 13, 2015 by ancopcanada

ANCOP President Ricky Cuenca is scheduled to visit areas to meet Couples for Christ (CFC) and ANCOP leaders this Spring. These visits include planning and direction setting as well as face to face meetings with ANCOP area coordinators.

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VIDEO: Ricky's Exciting Travel Announcement to All ANCOP Advocates

ANCOP Vancouver Feeds 250 Poor Residents of Downtown East Side Vancouver

Posted Tuesday, April 21, 2015 by ancopcanada

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ANCOP Vancouver Feeds 250 Poor Residents of Downtown East Side Vancouver

My ANCOP Immersion (A Testimony by Marvin Diaz)

Posted Friday, April 17, 2015 by ancopcanada

“The discomfort broke me down to the bare essential of who I really am – a human being just like those who live in this ANCOP Village. He opened my heart to the essence of what it’s like to be human. We’re all “poor” in our own ways and need God and each other just the same.”

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My ANCOP Immersion (A Testimony by Marvin Diaz)