Welcome

This year's President Alan Varley projects a growth in activities and membership to be able to help more children and poor families. Feeding under nourished children and medical missions head the list of projects he aims to accomplish during his one-year term as President of RCCC. If you can help in any way please contact us.

About Us

Although small in numbers we make an impact on the local community by helping the children from poor families with feeding programs, operations for children with congenital heart disease, cleft palate surgery, hearing aids; for adults and senior citizens lower limb prosthetics, wheelchairs and cataract surgery.

Our History

Rotary Club of Clark Centennial Street Children's Foundation Inc. was formed and chartered in 1999, after a group of expats saw the plight of the street children. Raising funds we built the Angeles Bahay Bata Centre in 2001, providing a home for up to 60 street children. Today we are still helping the children from poor families.

 Joe Marie and Jonel,  2 of the former RCCC Bahay Bata boys, who with other children at the centre were coached in rugby, and later became a formidable young amateur team - the Clark Jets.

HOW CAN YOU HELP US TO HELP THOSE WHO NEED HELP?  Time? Finacial? Food? Clothing? Other items?

WITHOUT YOUR KIND GENEROSITY WE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO HELP SO MANY IN SO MANY DIFFERENT WAYS.

HELP US TO HELP THEM

Besides monetary donations, we can also accept dried foods - rice, spaghetti, noodles etc. and canned goods which will be used to supplement the basic meals for the children at a feeding program.

Clean, nearly new clothes for babies and young children are always needed as well as diapers and personal hygiene items. If you wish to make a contribution, please contact us.

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