This online fundraising aims at helping less fortunate community members who are under the care of the Divine Blessing Foundation Inc., a non-government organization established and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) in September 2001 in Quezon City, Philippines. All proceeds will be directed to the foundation.
Divine Blessing Foundation Inc., (DBFI) is a non- stock and non- profit foundation. It is a non-residential facility and a community-based program which provides services in response to the needs of older persons (OP), Persons with Disability (PWD) who are jobless and have no family support; and victims of man-made and natural calamities. To name a few of the foundation’s purpose is to care for the unfortunate and support its own projects in the pursuit of service and charity and providing livelihood opportunities, housing for the aged and disabled.
The foundation has a vision to become a well – organized foundation led by God-fearing Christians that will respond to the needs of the poor individuals, families and groups in order to empower them and become self-propelling, self-reliant and productive citizens.
DBFI has a goal to generate funds for the various spiritual projects and activities of the foundation derived from lawful means, which may include grants from the government and non-government entities and/or organization acquired by deed, grant, device, bequest, gift or other property or money derived from fund raising projects.
The foundation is regularly submitting financial and documentation report to the government for transparency purposes.
Divine Blessing Project focuses on providing relief goods and financial assistance to victims of calamities (either natural or man-made), less fortunate members of the community (indigents) aside from other services (spiritual counselling and assistance) that will be provided by the foundation. The Foundation is closely working with the Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry church and other branches of the government in terms of providing assistance to identified community members depending on their needs. Identification of beneficiaries are carefully done with the assistance of the church and the Department of Social Work and Development (DSWD) through several forms of interview, field visits and validation.