Dear Beloved Partners and Friends,
Precious Heritage is wishing you a happy Easter, filled with happiness, peace and love!
We pray all is well with you and in good health.
It is truly a great privilege for us to have partners and friends like you. I'm so happy to briefly share a few and exciting developments with you.
PH Children's Home
For the many answered prayers, we want to praise the Lord. One great thing is that Rosalyn Gabo had been adopted by an American family last January 2019 and is now living in the USA. Rosalyn is approximately 9 years old when was abandoned by her parents and was admitted to Precious Heritage Children’s Home way back September 2012. The child was very excited and proud that God answered her long time prayers to have her own family. Indeed, God makes everything beautiful in His time.
We thank God also for the completion of PH Center Project. We are very grateful to our beloved sponsors for helping us bring this project into completion when we really needed a place for our recognition and graduation ceremonies. PH Center is truly a great help for our large gatherings for children and families that we minister.
PH Christian School
Precious Heritage Christian School just recently completed the school calendar 2018-2019 and held the moving-up and graduation ceremonies at the PH Center. Most of our wards excelled academically and received multiple awards. They are proud to have finished their respective levels with flying colors.

Our school also helps the children from the poorest families in the community. Every year, we were able to offer free tuition to qualified students. Parents are very grateful too for the opportunity for their children to study in a private school for minimal fee.
PH Missions Program
Early in February, 2019, Precious Heritage mission team travelled to Mindoro, Occidental and recently visited the disadvantaged children and parents who live in Sitio Cebu in Ligaya, Sablayan. We distributed clothes, supplies, stuff toys and slippers. In the afternoon, we visited the detainees of Sablayan Prison and Penal Farm (SPPF) and meet the 165 inmates, prayed for them and distributed items like bath towels, slippers, clothes and toiletries. We are very thankful to God for the cooperation of our local contacts who helped us with the distribution. Everybody felt blessed and were so thankful.

In March, Precious Heritage also extended assistance to 40 families affected by fire in Tondo, Manila. Precious Heritage was able to provide home supplies, clothes and toiletries through our friends.
An Appeal for Prayer and Financial Support
Since 2010 Precious Heritage is helping ‘Mangyans’ tribe children in San Jose Mindoro. From the mountains, these children walk down everyday for 2-3 hours to reach the downtown and travel for another 1 hour to reach the school. Aside from financial problem, going to school is a big challenge for them. Many of them opt to study by themselves, once they learn how to read or write, they would just stay at home or work in the field. They consider going to school an impossible dream.

For this reason, Precious Heritage offered a place to stay in the downtown during weekdays. This is to save them from hours of walking and traveling daily to school. But because of the recent developments, the place they occupied is no longer available and we are given a year to vacate the place. In view of this, we would like to appeal to like-minded group or individual to invest in the future of these native children. We are planning to build a stable home for them in a land purchased by Precious Heritage. If you are interested, please contact us and we are happy to partner with in the education of this needy children. Any amount you can share is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for being a blessing to the children in need! We are grateful to God for having you in the service of the Lord.
“... Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Matthew 25:40

In His service,

“The best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service of others.” — Mahatma Gandhi