For over 30 years my father, Antonio (66) has been working abroad away from us. His (as well as my mom's) sacrifice being away from each other took a lot of tears, home sickness and longing. It took a lot of time away from us, as family, for mom and dad as husband and wife. All these to ensure we, his children, can finish our education. Finally, last year, our dad has come home, it's time for us to take back the time taken away from us. His not as healthy as before, his hands are rough and flaky, sign of hardworking hands cooking for more than 30 years. Contrary to popular belief, my dad didn't earn as much as how an average OFW (Overseas Filipino Workers) do now. He's work was through a concessionaire for the US Military based in Indian Ocean. before he left, he's only sending a monthly remittance of $300 to my mom (left $50 for his personal expense). No, my dad didn't have savings. Thinking of ways how to recognize and support my mom and dad, I'd like to as for your help.My dad's passion is cooking. He learned to cook abroad and still in the game to cook. I was hoping you can help me fund up to $10,000 for him so I can help him setup a foodcart in our province for him and mom to have additional income. It will also serve as recreation for my mom and dad and catch up with time. I have no rewards to give but what I can promise is that we will name the foodcart business after the person who would donate the biggest % as our way of gratitude. Please help me make it worthwile for my mom and dad as they spend the rest of their lives together and still be fulfilled and have something to call their own. I will send photos to keep the donors updated. Thank you!