1. Feed the Hungry
    Feed the Hungry
    According to World Bank data, approximately 1 in 5 children aged from birth to 5 years in the Philippines are undernourished. Children are especially vulnerable the long-term consequences of inadequate nutrition.
  2. Strengthen Families
    Strengthen Families
    Reaching our God-given potential involves more than good nutrition. The whole family must work together to improve health and home life. At CCMP stations, children and parents participate in health education, family skills, and spiritual care classes.
  3. Build the Church
    Build the Church
    CCMP partners with local churches who wish to impact their community. These churches provide a location, volunteers, and spiritual care for participants. Spiritual care in combination with nutritional support promote holistic development in people and churches.
  1. 1
    Get Informed
    Learn about malnutrition and the impact it has on children. Discover what CCMP does to help children reach their God-given potential.
  2. 1
    Become an Advocate
    Silence is the enemy. Find ways to speak for those whose voice is not loud enough to be heard. Advocating for the hungry before our communities and in our prayers yields results.
  3. 2
    Every Gift Counts
    The need is great, but not so great that only large gifts count. See the ways CCMP puts your donations to work and a list of current projects that need funding.
  4. 4
    Make a Difference
    International and short-term volunteers are welcome at CCMP. If you think you'd like to give some of your time to work with us, there are plenty of ways for you to help. Interested?
Changing lives through your donations!
As little as US$ 0.50 (PhP 23) per day helps a child fight malnutrion. Even such a small gift can supplement one child's daily nutritional needs and allow them to develop and minimize the impact of undernutrition.
CCMP operates as a social welfare ministry of the General Council of the Assemblies of God, Inc. in the Philippines
Helping Children Reach their God-Given Potential

CCMP Helps One Woman Speak Out

Domestic violence impacts more women and children than many of care to admit. Abusive spouses and parents can be found in every society and silence allows them hurt others again and again. Although CCMP’s primary focus revolves around serving undernourished children, the impact CCMP has on the whole family goes much further than simply improving nutrition. CCMP’s staff and program recently helped one woman find courage to protect herself and her children by speaking out against her abusive husband.
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