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In the metropolitan city Manila in the Philippines, Salesians like Father Marciano “Rocky” Evangelista are making a transformative difference in the lives of homeless youth.

At Don Bosco Tuloy, street children receive shelter, warm meals, clothing, healthcare and opportunities to learn. The facility has grown into a 10-acre campus consisting of residences, educational programs, a community center, a chapel and a multitude of child development services. With ongoing support, traditional education and vocational training programs, children who otherwise may be lost are turning their lives around…and are becoming successful, productive members of society.

You can be part of this miracle

In the years since its founding in 1993, Don Bosco Tuloy has helped nearly 20,000 children discover their second chance. At the campus, more than 250 former street kids are currently thriving and another 700 youth are attending school and participating in sports and educational activities.

Unfortunately, the need is so much greater. In the Philippines today, nearly 1.8 million precious girls and boys are abandoned or neglected. Some of them are mere toddlers, left alone to survive on the streets amid the constant threat of exploitation, trafficking and abuse.

Please … will you help us help them? Thank you in advance for your kindness!

Your support makes a real difference for these children—children like Edmar, who was rescued by Fr. Rocky’s staff, and now succeeds in school, excels at ballet, and aspires to open a dance academy and wants to train other vulnerable youth in his art at no charge… just because he wants to “give back” to society.

In other words, your generosity ripples out and changes so many more lives than just one! And it’s not just in the Philippines; it’s in so many countries around the world that are plagued by poverty and lack of opportunity.

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An estimated 150 million children around the world have no place to call home and struggle to survive on the streets. Our missionaries provide a second chance to these often neglected and abandoned children by offering them shelter, food, medicine, assistance, education, training and more to help turn their lives around. Help us give them the opportunity to change their lives!

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Our missionaries are addressing the growing number of neglected and abandoned youth living on the streets by providing a second chance at a better life. An estimated 150 million youth have no place to call home. Help us give them opportunities to change their lives!

We hope and pray that you support our life-saving work. Your gifts will be used for this program and other similar Salesian programs around the globe that benefit poor and needy youth. Please join us to help make the world a better place.