ANCOP Canada and CFC ANCOP Global Foundation Ink MOA

Officers from ANCOP Canada and ANCOP Manila witness the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement last January 2018.

In the continuing pursuit of lifting families in the peripheries, ANCOP International Canada Inc. (AICI)  and CFC ANCOP Global Foundation Inc. (CAGFI) inked the agreement last January 17, 2018 at the CFC GMC Chapel, Cubao, Quezon City.

ANCOP International Canada Inc. (AICI) represented by AICI President, Ricky Cuenca and AICI Chairman Bong Garrucho and CFC ANCOP Global Foundation Inc. (CAGFI) represented by CAGFI President, Rudy Gaspillo and CAGFI Chairman Lito Tayag inked the agreement last January 17, 2018 at the CFC GMC Chapel, Cubao, Quezon City.

The said agreement upholds a partnership entailing several projects and programs that will help address social challenges, such as education and community development issues, which are present in the Philippines.

Through this partnership and interventions, underprivileged families in the Philippines will be able to have an avenue for development and lastly, they will be able to experience the transforming love of the Lord.

ANCOP Canada officers Leni and Dan Guttierez and Pilar Dimaculangan showcase the ANCOP Jingle composed by CFC Youth and SFC leaders from Canada.

At the same venue, CFC ANCOP welcomed the year by inviting people from different areas for the ANCOP Meeting which took place last January 17, 2018 at the CFC Global Mission Center, Cubao, Quezon City.


The said meeting was attended by delegates from ANCOP Canada, USA, Australia, Switzerland, Indonesia, Africa and several provinces and cities around the Philippines. It was a day where stakeholders, partners, and coordinators were able to learn about the organization’s new thrusts and initiatives and it became a platform for the staff to relay the updates and current focuses of ANCOP. The event also paves way for everyone to be energized and excited about the programs, and it instilled things that they can look forward to in helping those who are in need.



By Diana Mendoza