In the making of “Pan de Kalinga”

Some eight months ago, all of them lived in the streets, aimless and homeless.

After an arduous process of “looking into themselves,” forgiving and seeking forgiveness from their past and to their significant persons, now living in a community – they have now learned to dream and hope anew! Both lives and dough have mixed. Now lives and dough have been baked. Now they are ready to serve and be shared!

Be part of the mission of recreating and empowering the lives of our homeless sisters and brothers.