ANCOP raises $125K for housing, scholarships and livelihood

ANCOP raises $125K for housing, scholarships and livelihood

ANCOP Winnipeg Walk and a sold-out dinner held recently raised more than $125K for housing, scholarship and livelihood in the developing countries like the Philippines.

With more than 404 attendees composed of more than twenty-five corporate tables and some donors and patrons, ANCOP CFC fundraisng event highligted the fund raising effort for 2018.

With the help of ANCOP CFC Winnipeg, Steve Lipischack and Lindsy, Mehlly Gribben and Robert Misa and Ely Minglana as Co-Chair, the fundraising event was so successful.

“Terrific success! Corporate Winnipeg when supplied with the video of the Philippine projects noting the three main beneficiaries 1) housing for the poorest of the poor; 2) educational scholarships;3) livelihood program, and explanation on further details of ANCOP (Answer Crying for the Poor), these corporate citizens responded with so much generosity,:” Larry Vickar, CEO and President of Vickar Automotic Group, Inc., and co-chair of the night’s event, said.

Transcona Rotary sponsors the annual ANCOP Scholarship.

Larry Vickar thanked all the corporate sponsors, donors and patrons and the ANCOP CFC Winnipeg.

A 14-minute video on the latest ANCOP CFC visit to the Philippines this year is available in YouTube. The Video on ANCOP CFC Vickar trip to the Philippines is available in YouTube. Ely Minglana, head coordinator of ANCOP CFC Winnipeg, was the co-chair of the event.

Photos by Bryan Mesias | Filipino Journal