“Because of who you are and your characteristics, I will live. If I had died and had lived again, I would have still married the same guy – you and would only be you, Reuben Zabala.”
Over a thousand walkers joined the ANCOP Walk in Toronto to help send poor children to school and to provide decent housing to families in poor living condition.
To promote the work for the poor in the Philippines, Ancop Canada President Ricky Cuenca met with the new Philippine consul general in Toronto, the Honorable Rosita Prospero. The meeting happened on June 3, 2015 at the congen’s office in Eglinton East downtown Toronto. ConGen Prospero warmly welcomed Ricky and his wife Irma and Willy …
“It is a noble accomplishment for the parish to be able to provide shelter for the poor.”
ANCOP is brought for the first time to Parliament Hill in Ottawa the nation’s capital on June 19th. This is historic for ANCOP Canada as it brings forward its global work of helping the poor in the seat of the government of Canada. This momentous event initiated by CFC ANCOP Ottawa opens up an opportunity for …
Philippine Consul General Junever Malihum-West donates $3,000 to support ANCOP. She handed the check to ANCOP President Ricky Cuenca in March 21, 2015 at the St. Ohrid Clement Macedonia Banquet hall in downtown Toronto.
Malou Clarito started serving in ANCOP as volunteer in 2005. She eventually became the ANCOP Coordinator for the Child Sponsorship Program (CSP) in Kenya in 2008, a post she holds to this day.