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Share Christmas joy by giving a noche buena

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - No Filipino Christmas is ever complete without the noche buena. For all our fondest and earliest memories of Christmas – ornaments such as the Christmas tree, parol, and the anticipation of gifts from Santa, the Christmas banquet on the table that family members feast on together is always the most special.

While most people’s idea of a beautiful Christmas is to have every family member gathered around the table for a hearty Christmas dinner, sadly, many families are not privileged enough to enjoy this seasonal treat.

This is why World Vision invites one and all again to share the joy of Christmas to the less fortunate by giving them a gift of a noche buena pack. Every P1,000 donation is enough to provide a bountiful noche buena meal for two families consisting of ingredients for a spaghetti meal, fruit salad, and an assortment of Christmas goodies.

“For the past 10 years, the noche buena campaign has brought thousands of Filipino families together for Christmas with a hearty meal, while also enabling others to share their blessing by donating a noche buena. For us, it is not simply a meal, it is celebrating the truest sense of Christmas, which is giving,” shares World Vision director Jun Godornes.

Part of the proceeds of the campaign will be used for the repair of a classroom in Isabela, which was damaged by the recent typhoon Lando.

To make the smiles of children last beyond Christmas, you may also sponsor a child through World Vision and give the gift of a brighter future. For more information, call World Vision at 372-777 or visit worldvision.org.ph.

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BUENA

CHRISTMAS

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JUN GODORNES

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