Helping Poor Filipino Families: Look at the Picture, We Made This Family Very Happy. In Philippines



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We need your continued support so we can continue this humble program of ours.
We need people like you so we can reach poor Filipino families, one at a time.

I’ve been helping and reaching my fellow Filipinos for more than a decade, since 2006, but without recording it on film.
I just decided to film the activities we do in 2015 to spread awareness.
This time guys: I need your help. I need your helping hands to give joy to Filipino families, one at a time.

How it works:
Your contribution goes straight to the individual/family we reach/help.
After we reached/helped 1 individual/family: We then move on to help another.
Our objective is to reach 1 economically poor individual/family, one at a time.

Thank you very much…

Yours,
MARK

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42 thoughts on “Helping Poor Filipino Families: Look at the Picture, We Made This Family Very Happy. In Philippines

  1. Practicing my rights to report, for a freedom of speech and expression of opinion, according to the 1987 Constitution – Bill of Rights.

    Again, thank you very much to all who contribute to our cause.

    To anyone who wants to contribute: Contribute through our campaign page.

    Our GoFundMe account:

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/continued-support-for-the-poor

    You can also contribute through paypal.

    Our paypal account is:

    reaching1filipinofamilyatatime@gmail.com

    We need your continued support…..

    Our facebook group page:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/Reaching1FilipinoFamilyAtaTime/

    Click the link to see more films like this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO5cqm19yg8&list=PL5a5c5ayUpUA_m6prw6i446u2op3X48Wh

    E-mail us at:

    reaching1filipinofamilyatatime@gmail.com

    We need your continued support so we can continue this humble program of ours.

    We need people like you so we can reach poor Filipino families, one at a time.

    I've been helping and reaching my fellow Filipinos for more than a decade, since 2006, but without recording it on film.

    I just decided to film the activities we do in 2015 to spread awareness.

    This time guys: I need your help. I need your helping hands to give joy to Filipino families, one at a time.

    How it works:

    Your contribution goes straight to the individual/family we reach/help.

    After we reached/helped 1 individual/family: We then move on to help another.

    Our objective is to reach 1 economically poor individual/family, one at a time.

    Thank you very much…

    Yours,

    MARK

  2. THANKS TO COMRADE MARK, MAAM RHEA, TO ALL THE CONTRIBUTORS, TO CESAR TEAM IN HELPING PEOPLE NEEDS… GOD BLESS YOU ALL..👍😍🥰❤️

  3. WOW…. THIS IS REALLY A BIG BLESSING TO THE FAMILY, HAVING A NEW HOUSE……THANK YOU TO COMRADE MARK, MAAM RHEA, TO ALL THE CONTRIBUTORS IN HELPING PEOPLE NEEDS……GOD BLESS YOU MORE..👍😍🥰❤️

  4. Thank you for everything you do. I love to watch Caesar and his team. His just very loud when his giving people money lol

  5. We love full support YouTube channel TV vloggs Gods Lord's Bibles blessing amen…. watçhing again and again from Middle East Saudi Arabia

  6. Foreign investors will pay more with better health coverage than the local dynasties. You can give them 100% ownership and force the company incomeexpense to stay inside the philippines with special permit to trade abroad. Note that in each comapny the treasurer must be a filipino. Look Singapore they don't need all CEO of each company to be a native, they understood the cashflow is the more important and their foreigners have expensive standars of living that benefit them. Also there is a business permit, the BIR can use quota to exclude selected foreigner national from a business.

  7. I'm sorry but there is no reason that those girls cant help there dad and keep that house clean but it seems that they are very lazy and exspects there dad to do everything for them.

  8. For lola’s house will it only be her living there or her grandson and his dad also? Wonderful work on the house very beautiful.

  9. Tay pakituruan po maglinis ng bahay at magligpit ng mga kalat ang mga anak nyo. Mas nakakagaan ng buhay kapag malinis at maayos ang tahanan😃

  10. I LIKE Mark's oppinions normaly, but some concerning economics in this video aren't correct.
    1. Big foreign companies DON'T own agricultural land in the Philippines, they LEASE. (Although often have the Filipino land owners agreed to very bad long time deals for them. ( I GUESS depending of they haven't thought ahead enough before signing long term leases.)
    2. I AGREE it's good for Filipinos to have restriuctions against foreigners buying up LAND in the Philippines, BUT it make no sence having laws against foreigners owning BUSINESSES. The Philippines is much short of jobs, so it would be better for poor Filipinos if many more production businesses would be started UNDEPENDING of if foreign owned because if there would be enough jobs, then employees could demand higher salary. Many more foreigners would invest in new businesses in the Philippines if they would be allowed to have the majoritty power in the businesses financed by FOREIGN capital., soi they don't need to risk other make them lose their investments. As it is now fforeign investors risk their money but isn't allowed to decide how to do the businesses they finance, so of course many skip adding jobs in the Philippines of that reason. In some buinesses types the Philipines is short of knowlegde, but don't allow foreigners to use their business knowledge!!! I have seen many Filipino owned businesses misstreated so much are wasted. In one type I have seen A LOT of such misstreated businesses where owners miss a very important basic knowledge!!! Actualy I have seen allmost 100 such in same business type very wrong handled but found only three well handled. (Sure there are more well handled, which I haven't found, but the proportions are very bad, which make the Philippines LOSE a lot compared if these production businesses would have been well handled, both by wasteing so lost incomes ar all levels because these products couldd have been exported or reduced the need of importing. Workers lose too by it become less jobs.

  11. Isn't it funny when you have nothing you are so grateful to get the most simplest things like food and some money to buy what you need but when you have everything you need you just complain that it's never enough I don't know kind of makes you wonder right God bless these people they deserve the help wish I had more money so I could help stay safe

  12. What a great dad! You can tell he works his butt off! And lovely kids! I am thrilled you helped them- they deserved it!

  13. Regarding your investments comments, I disagree with your premise.
    On the contrary ,the creation of a more upwardly mobile economic class of Filipinos will arise more speedily.
    Of course, how it is implemented is crucial to this outcome. Yes, continued cronyism and political back- door deals will be disastrous for most Filipinos.

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