Club de Damas Latinas in the Philippines (Latin American Women's Club) is a duly registered non-stock non-profit organization, founded in January 18th, 1966 by a group of Latin American women seeking to establish an organization with two main purposes:

  • To offer a source of information, friendship and support to Spanish speaking families who have come to live in the Philippines.
  • To gather forces to provide assistance to local people in need, especially children who do not have access to education, health services or a safe environment.
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Club de Damas Latinas has been helping Holy Family Home Foundation since 1997, and Eugenia Ravasco Day Care Center since 2007.

HOLY FAMILY HOME FOUNDATION

Helps more than 30 girls between 6 and 22 years old.

It is run by the Capuchin Tertiary Sisters.

They provide free shelter, education, food, medicines, clothing, jobs... the opportunity of a new life...

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EUGENIA RAVASCO DAY CARE CENTER

Accept more than 50 children, from 4 to 6 years old.

It is run by The Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary Congregation.

They provide education, basic health care and a clean and safe environment...

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