Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Feeding Hundreds in Tacloban, Philippines

The Beginning of Barangay Kitchen

Young people cooking in the kitchen
Prep Team from Our Lady of Fatima Parish

Volunteer cooks posing in the kitchen making french toastVolunteer Filipinos cooking French toastFrench Toast stacked on plates 

Filipino children lined in queue
Barangay 83-C "Taguiktik"
Filipino children with bowls
Young Filipino child with food container
Young girl with container of foodAte and younger sister
Young Filipino children smiling

Young Filipino children waiting in line with food containers
Volunteers giving out food
Volunteer man smiling ant children in classroom
Small Filipino boys eating apples
My Friend and Interpreter Iries
Girls with food
Volunteer Filipino Women Eating
Barangay 83-C Health Workers Volunteered to Assist
All Hands Volunteers from Project Leyte Serving the Food
Banana Nutella French Toast Sandwiches

Barangay 61 Basketball Court

Selfie with my Little Friend Rapunzel

It was a great day feeding over 750 people in several parts of Tacloban, Leyte, in the Philippines! We served french toast with bananas and apples for breakfast and made banana-Nutella sandwiches to distribute in the afternoon. Thank you to all of our donors and volunteers who helped make this a special day in honor of the survivors of Typhoon Yolanda.

Special thanks to Edbert Iman Babali for most of the great photographs captured that day.


Mommy of 3 said...

Congratulations Mark! Excellent work!

An old AHVolunteer (Philippines) said...

Good for you and all volunteers that made a success of the day .. I Miss those happy smiling faces in the Philippines ...