The Felix Y. Manalo Foundation is more than just a charity. It’s a beacon of hope for millions worldwide who struggle to meet their basic needs. It has transformed communities and organizations, improving the lives of countless individuals along the way.
An urgent call from the Turkey Association of Ottawa for donations spurred the humanitarian efforts of the Iglesia NI Cristo (INC) or Church of Christ members and volunteers of the Felix Y Manalo Foundation. In early February 2023, the 7.8 magnitude earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria headlined the world news as one of the...
At least $21,000 in Cash Donations and 6,000 Care Packages were given in seven sites across Canada in the first two months of 2023. CANADA, March 13, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC or Church Of Christ) launched a series of charity events across Canada called “Care For Humanity” to help communities affected...
“The past 16 months were like no other, with the COVID-19 pandemic adding a layer of suffering on top of the news on historical oppression, contribute to high poverty levels among Indigenous families in Canada, the cash donation from the FYM Foundation extends a great help to the Indigenous communities,” says Kim Sigurdson, one of the Indigenous advisors for True North Aid.
Daly Mayor Sylvester recognized the FYM Foundation, the social arm of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ) for its recent Aid to Humanity effort in October 2020, which helped provide resources and fund program enrichment for youth and the elderly.
The leadership team at Iglesia Ni Cristo understood early in the pandemic that leveraging today's technology could help bond people together during the uncertain days and months ahead. It seemed like a blessing that the very platforms distributing information contrary to the teachings of Christ would become a vehicle for hope during the crisis.
Mayor Davis stated: “When you have a particular group in the community that comes out to reach out to everyone else, that is what it’s all about. [L]ike right now, we are dealing with a pandemic. For the church [INC] to come out and say: We are here to help, we are here to help our seniors, to recognize our first responders, that is what brings our community together. It gives a little bit of a sense of calm for everybody within the city, especially during these trying times that we have today.”