Gift of Care

Care within reach

Virlanie’s Monthly Giving Program offers you with monthly gift options to make the basic needs within reach of marginalized children. With you, children can feel they are cared for and can be provided with basic necessities that can help them gain an equal footing in the society.


Show you care in the following monthly gift levels:

PHP 100

 Nourish a kid

Bring healthy meal within reach for one child 

PHP 200

Protect a kid from diseases

Bring medicine within reach for one child

PHP 300

Preserve a kid’s good health

Bring a hygiene kit within reach for one child

PHP 500

Treat a kid’s difficulty

Bring occupational or speech therapy within reach for one child

PHP 1000

Strengthen a young adult’s capacity

Bring training (10 sessions) within reach for one young adult/mother

Fill out this form and you will be redirected to Paynamics to securely lock in your monthly gift

Virlanie Foundation, Inc. shall not disclose any personal information without your consent and shall retain this information over a period of ten years for the effective implementation and management of Virlanie campaigns.

DSWD Permit No: DSWD-SB-SP-0024-2018

Area of Coverage: Philippines

The children you care for

Virlanie Foundation serves children (0 to 14 years old) and youth (15 to 25) at-risk, and their families

Children in street situations are defined as:  

  • children who depend on the streets to live and/or work, whether alone, with peers or with family  
  • a wider population of children who have formed strong connections with public spaces and for whom the street plays a vital role in their everyday lives and identities. This wider population includes children who periodically, but not always, live and/or work on the streets and children who do not live or work on the streets, but who regularly accompany their peers, siblings or family in the streets.


“Louise lost her arm due to an accident when she was much younger. When she was brought to Virlanie, she was very frail, reclusive from the other children, wasn’t able to walk yet at the age of one year and three months, and was undernourishied… The case management team, together with Virlanie’s medical team, decided to build up her nutrition and health. Through the months, her health gradually improved until she was strong enough to learn how to walk.” 

Louise is one of the cheerful, playful toddlers at Babies and Toddlers Home. On playtime afternoons, one will easily take notice of her because of her playfulness and her right arm. Due to an accident when she was younger, doctors had to amputate her right arm. She was then referred to Virlanie after being discharged from the hospital as her mother was nowhere to be found.

When she arrived, Louise was reclusive and frail, unable to walk at the age of one year and two months, and undernourished. Together with Virlanie’s medical team, BTH’s social workers created a program to improve her nutrition. In the time when she was given fortified and formula milk, her nutrition status normalized, and she had gained weight. Later, when her right arm fully healed, she learned how to use her right stump for play and other activities.

Because of the health services provided by Virlanie, Louise developed and grew into a social, happy, and healthy toddler who likes to play and build structures with toy building blocks.

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Virlanie Foundation

Virlanie Foundation is a private, non-profit organization reaching out to street children in the Philippines. Virlanie cares for children in need of special protection—those who are abandoned, abused, exploited, neglected, orphaned, and among the poorest of the poor.




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