‘Aid to Humanity’ Continues Across U.S. from Felix Y. Manalo Foundation, Inc.
WHAT: 3,000 care packages of nonperishable food, hygiene kits, and FREE school supplies will be available to all residents and families in need in East Oakland, surrounding neighborhoods and extended bay area during an Aid to Humanity community outreach of the Felix Y. Manalo (FYM) Foundation, Inc., the charitable institution of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC or Church of Christ).
These free services aim to help combat the rising cost of living in the area. All community members across the bay area are welcome to benefit from the services, food, live band and gospel choir entertainment for the whole family.
Local organizations will also be recognized and gifted monetary donations from the FYM Foundation to support the community’s programs.
The FYM Foundation has aligned itself with two of the City of Oakland’s established priorities: Community Involvement and Empowerment – assisting in the effective programs for youth, seniors and those with disabilities to thrive; and Public-Private Partnerships: raising funds to deliver needed programs and services.
Oakland is only one of eight regions in the U.S. to receive Aid to Humanity from the FYM Foundation this month, as part of its global aim to provide opportunity for those most in need, and contribute to supporting peaceful and productive communities.
WHERE: Arroyo Viejo Park // 7701 Krause Ave. // Oakland CA // 94605
WHEN: Saturday // AUGUST 17, 2019 // 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
LOCAL MEDIA CONTACT: Bob Pellien // 650-826-9330 // @bobpellien
The Felix Y. Manalo Foundation, Inc. is a
socio-civic platform of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ). The Aid
to Humanity event series earlier this year toured Canada, serving thousands and assisting 36 local organizations. Other
current projects include eco-farming in Africa and the distribution of
basic supplies to residents of favelas
in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Volunteers of the foundation also offers
relief aid in the aftermath of natural calamities, such as hurricanes and earthquakes in the Philippines
and other disaster stricken areas.
For more about the
Church and its activities, please visit www.iglesianicristo.net.