Rebecca Joy Bugarin, graduated recently and is now working. She has fulfilled her goal of being a blessing to her family by helping in the finances
For Janella Mae Cruz, she was so prepared to meet her sponsors that she even asked her teacher that she be excused from class. With her father, Tatay Isidro, she dressed up in her favorite pink get up and looked forward to August 7, when finally she can personally thank Leo, Nelly, Fonzell and Lyzette Veranga from Milton, Ontario.
ANCOP Canada congratulates Sienna Mae Galit, a BS Psychology student from La Concepcion College in Metro Manila, Philippines for receiving a Cum Laude distinction during their commencement exercise last April 2017.
Meet Pricilla Uathimo Muinde.
Pricilla Kenya Scholar for ANCOP Canada
A sweet 7-year old girl from Kenya. She was named after the friends of St. Paul, tent makers and saints, Pricilla and Aquila. Her second name Uathimo is a Kiswahili word which means blessing. At the end of the first semester of this school year, she became No. 1 in her class, a feat she has long been wanting to achieve.
Last March 12, 2017, Ricky and Delia Mendoza of Calgary took time to meet up with their scholar, Ma. Francine de Guzman of San Mateo, Rizal and the experience was memorable.
“Children given a chance at education can contribute to their families, their villages, and society as a whole. By educating one child we educate a whole generation.” Sasha Almeida’s inspiring words after a trip to Orissa she considered as a rejuvenating experience. She adds, “Love can overcome the hatred, anger and destruction of the world. “
Ancop Canada and the Catholic Diocese of Moshi in Tanzania signed a memorandum of agreement for Child Sponsorship Program last January 1, 2017. With an initial sponsorship of 15 Primary and Secondary children and 10 seminarians, Ancop Canada hopes to help more poor children in the years to come. His Lordship bishop Isaac Amani praised Couples for Christ and Ancop Canada for the work of evangelization as well as love for the poor through education. He is grateful and thankful as he sees a brighter future for the poor children in his diocese.