Seafood City, the biggest Filipino/Pan-Asian supermarket in North America, and ANCOP Canada have agreed to help poor Filipino children get quality education through ANCOP’s Child Sponsorship Program (CSP).
When you visit Seafood City in Mississauga, just add a gift of $2 to $20 to your grocery bill to defray the expenses of school tuition, values formation program expenses, hygiene and other school materials for hundreds of poor Filipino children.
“Every year, we launch “Give Love for Christmas” campaign to help make a last push before the school year starts in the countries we serve.” says Ricky Cuenca, ANCOP Canada’s President. “This year, we are excited to partner with Seafood City to bring the gift-giving a notch higher.”
ANCOP Canada, was recently awarded as the most influential community organization by the Balanghay Awards, for its commitment to uplift the spirit of poor Filipinos through its programs for child scholarships, shelter and disaster relief. “This partnership with Seafood City will indeed bring two of the biggest channels for love from Canada to the Philippines”, Ricky mentioned.
The donation drive starts November 22, 2017 at the Seafood City in Mississauga. It will run until middle of December.