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Angel House Orphanage cares for abandoned, neglected, abused and orphaned children from birth to age six, providing a safe and loving home, medical care and education. We prepare them for a better future and to achieve their dream of having a family that will love and care for them.

As a registered NGO, Angel House receives no funding from governments or other agencies, relying solely on the generosity of sponsors around the World.

 
 
Latest News

Welcome to our new website! A place that will really showcase the important work that we do with these vulnerable little children here in the Philippines. It also makes it easier for our sponsors to donate and give us feedback about our Foundation.

 

WELCOME!


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PHOTO OF THE WEEK 
 
Three year old J and four year old L enjoy playing at the edge of the warm tropical ocean.


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GUARDIAN ANGELS OF THE WEEK
A big thanks to the Comite d'Action Pastorale du College St-Roch de Ferrieres in Belgium. They held a very successful quiz night to raise funds for Angel House.
 
 
 
Sponsors
 
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!!!!
Our children really appreciate your Xmas packages, but please send them in October to be sure that they arrive in time for Santa Claus to put them under our Christmas tree!
  
You can also donate directly to Angel House by clicking on this link:
 
Our VIRTUAL STORE is now open for business! You will find items that we need for everyday use as well as some special items that we desperately need for our children.
Prices range from a few dollars to fifteen thousand dollars to fit every donor's pocket! It is a great way to give a more personal donation to Angel House using your PayPal account.
 
With even more little children to care for, we really need donations every week to cover all our basic costs, such as food, baby formula and wages. Please give what you can to help our Foundation.

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Bike For Orphans: 
FINAL POST! 

Canadian Fred Bouwman was cycling around the World to raise funds for Angel House. Please read his inspiring final blog post about his terrible crash and the amazing people who helped Fred and his family in their time of need.