Street Children Manila

Help for Hope partners up with Ktulay Ng Kabataan in Manila to bring Hope to Street children ages 2 to 6 years old.

Open Tabs

Children in Manila

Last year one of our special friends and supporters of Help-for-Hope was very touched with the documentary in the Swiss TV about the street and scavenger children in Manila. Help-for-Hope was also very moved by all the stories and inspired by the organization’s leader and co-workers who do a marvelous work for these children.

In 2014 Help-for-Hope will be sponsoring a pilot project at Tulay ng Kabataan Foundation Inc. The project will serve street children ages 2 to 6 years old, like NIcole and Matthew. These children are from Drop-in Centers and Residence Homes of the Foundation. Unlike from the other Residence Home this center will adopt a home school play and learn approach in enriching their formative years. Structured learning activites will be integrated in the centers’ daily flow of life. The program includes: spiritual, psycho-social, medical, dental, educational and home life services.

Details of project

General objective of the program
The main objective of this program is to provide early childhood care to develop the full potential and well being of children during their formative years in the Foundation.

Target beneficiaries
Street children (boys and girls) ages 2 to 6 years old.

The Residence Home will be opperational in June 2014 with already 11 children registered.


  • November 2014
  • November 2014
  • November 2011
  • December 2014



Father Dauchez blessed the new nursery

Father Dauchez blessed the new nursery and spent time with the children.



Construction of the playground is finished

Construction of the playground is finished, the children are excited to play!



Mayril arrives to the nursery

Mayril arrives to the nursery, she is one and a half years old, the youngest member of the center.



Children celebrating

Children are celebrating New Years Day.


Our mission is to bring back the smiles and dignity to Manila’s most unfortunate children.”