Community Activities

Little Swallow went back to National Children's Hospital

Today, Little Swallow went back to National Children's Hospital and brought our 2nd batch of goods for the month of May for the kids. We also extended financial assistance to some pediatric patients (on behalf of some kind hearted donors).

Disabled Kids at Gawad Kalinga

On 18th of  May 2017 we visited Gawad Kalinga Village in El Dorado, Paranaque City - home for 24 poor families with disabled kids. The kids are mostly with cerebral palsy and require physical therapy to improve their mobility and limb functions. The kids’ families are unable to pay for regular therapy sessions due to financial incapacity.

TLSI @ the National Children's Hospital

May 4, 2017  

The Little Swallow (TLSI) spent the afternoon at National Children’s Hospital (NCH) in Quezon City and gave 30 patients some bags of pastries and healthy drinks....

June 2016 Outreach Actvities

For the month of June, TLSI has provided assistance to the following: 1) School Supplies for Grade 5 Students from Bagong Pag-asa Elementary School 2) Medical Assistance to Mr. Chua 3) & 4) Bahay Aruga and CRIBS Foundation


Concordia Childrens Services is a community based child welfare service, located in central Manila, The Philippines. They help orphans and assist children who are from very poor families and provide them with education, spiritual hope and nourishment.

Concordia Children's Services, Inc. was founded in 1983, in partnership with another child caring agency for abandoned and neglected...

Going Back To National Children's Hospital

Once again, The Little Swallow (TLSI) went back to the National Children’s Hospital (NCH) on November 3, 2015. TLSI went there not to extend financial support to patients as what TLSI did in the past. This time, we went there to support a free art/painting session for the children and their parents as conducted by the Great Maestro Fernando Sena.

Helping Bahay Aruga

The kids @ Bahay Aruga receive free treatments such as chemotheraphy & radiotheraphy from the Philippine General Hospital. Since most of them come from poor families from the provinces, they do not have the financial resources to stay in Manila during the duration of their treatments.

August Outreach: National Children's Hospital

The Little Swallow Inc. outreach program for the month of August was held at the National Children Hospital.   The hospital has been a regular beneficiary of our outreaches even before our organization started. Most of the patients are in need of financial assistance for special apparatuses required for their treatment, laboratory tests, medications and daily needs.

Missionaries of Charity Home of Joy for the Sick Children

The Missionaries of Charity Home of Joy For the Sick Children is one of 18 houses of The Missionaries of Charity around the Philippines founded by Mother Theresa of Calcutta whose mission is to serve the poorest of the poor.

TLSI Visits Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children's Home

Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Children’s Home, Inc. was founded by Bro. B Sanchez and a  home for 15 girls, 17 boys and toddlers who were abused, abandoned/foundling and surrendered by their biological parents.


Mabuhay Deseret Foundation

Last May 2015, The Little Swallow, Inc. extended their assistance in Mabuhay Deseret Foundation, the
largest surgical charity in the Philippines.

Boats for Bantayan Island

HanCole is pleased to support The Little Swallow’s project to provide boats for those affected by Typhoon Yolanda (or Typhoon Haiyan) in Bantayan Island.  

Welcome Little Swallow!

On December 21, 2012, "The Little Swallow Inc." received its Certificate of Incorporation from the Securities and Exchange Commission.  It is also registered and licensed with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWS) with Registration No. DSWD-NCR-R-000222-2013.

HanCole Shared Cheerful Time with the Aged of Kanlungan ni Maria, A Shelter of Smiles

HanCole visited  the elders at the Kanlungan ni Maria, Antipolo, Rizal . . .

Concordia Children's Services, Inc.

HanCole extends support to Concordia Children’s Service. This organization established since 1983 is motivated to give temporary shelter to children who were abandoned, neglected, orphaned or surrendered by parents. 

National Kidney Transplant Institute Visit

To culminate February’s REACH project, Mariel and Lala visited this month’s chosen beneficiary, Eloi France Gabrentina, who was referred by Ms. Lanie Banotan, Supervisor of the Social Welfare Division (SWD) of National Kidney Transplant Institute (NKTI).

A Loving Home for Every Child


Valentine's Day, February 14, 2012...

Reaching Out To The Aetas

The HanCole family headed for their outreach activity for the month of June. It was a Friday, June 11, 2010, just in time for school opening scheduled on Tuesday of the following week. Bringing along with them 60 bags containing the basic school needs of grade school children and 60 lunch packs, the team travelled towards the mountainous province of Bataan, with the spirit of mission in their...

Caring For The Elderly

On February 26, 2010, the HanCole team endured the rural outskirts of Calamba, Laguna to visit Bahay ni...

HanCole's Monthly Outreach Program for the Year 2012, Took-off at NCH

Part of HanCole's monthly outreach program kicked-in for the year 2012. First recipients, were in-patient twin of the National Children's Hospital(NCH), suffering from cerebral palsy complicated with seizure; and the story goes like this...