A place that provides care, shelter and education to orphaned, abandoned and neglected children.
Tahanan Ng Pagmamahal
Bright Future for Orphaned Children
Mai-mai (not her real name), 4 years old, hungry and terrified, was found by a barangay tanod wandering aimlessly in Barangay Holy Spirit, Quezon City.
DSWD brought her to her to the Tahanan ng Pagmamahal orphanage after failing to locate her parents and relatives.
Now a healthy, fun-loving 7 year old girl, Mai-mai is very much at home with other Tahanan kids and the staff. She even goes to the nearby pubic school and is doing well in her subjects.
Mai-mai finally found a home. A caring, lovng and compassionate home.
The Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home Inc. is a shelter for children in need of special protection particularly the orphaned, abandoned, neglected, foundling and surrended, aged 0-8 years old.
Planning for the orphanage began in 2006 when a group of friends was moved by the sight of thousands of streetkids roaming the city. These kids live and sleep in the sidewalks, under fly-overs and bridges, etc.
It is one of Bro. Bo Sanchez ministries for the poorest of the poor, completely dependent on God’s providence for its daily operation .
Our Programs and Services
- Case Management
- Medical, Health and Dental Services
- Educational Assistance
- Family and Community Integration
- Adoption and Foster Care
Alternative Education Sessions such as values Formation, Convention on the Rights of the Children, Personal Safety and Protective Behavior, etc.
45 Dr. Pilapil St., Barangay Sagat, Pasig City 1600
+632 631-7188 , +632 788-8380
Accepts Donation Thru Bank
Shepherd's Voice Radio & Television Foundation, Inc.
Banco De Oro C/A # 3970019804
Banco De Oro S/A # 160506123
A sanctuary of God’s love and care for children.
To serve and bring Christ to the lives of abandoned, neglected, surrendered, and foundling children by providing love, care, and basic needs. To pursue active advocacy in the rights of the children To sustain partnership with churches, government agencies and NGO’s through collaboration and networking.