HSBC partners with ICM for sustainable future growth

Through the years, ICM has been able to grow and reach more communities through the faithful partnership of our individual and corporate donors. Because of their generosity, the futures of people living in ultra-poverty have been transformed. HSBC, one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organizations, supports sustainable economic growth by helping people...
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Family Academy in the Time of COVID-19

Week after week, month after month, COVID-19 forced Rhodora and her family of nine to stay at home. Problems threatened to overwhelm them. Rhodora’s husband lost his job. Food was scarce. The fear of the virus was always with them. “It is only by God’s grace that we survived,” Rhodora shared, thinking back over the...
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3 Filipino Artists Come Together to Give Seeds of Hope for the Ultra-poor

Three Filipino artists have teamed up to raise funds for ICM’s Seeds of Hope for the poorest of the poor in the Visayas and Mindanao. Three distinct styles of manipulating paint for one purpose, the exhibit, entitled “Point: Counterpoint” features established artist Perfecto Palero Jr. with Stella Tansengco-Schapero and Jo Uygongco.  This art fundraiser was...
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Your Top 10 Moments from the 2020 Banquet

Because this year has been such a game-changer for everybody, we had to think outside of the box for our much-anticipated annual Hong Kong banquet. What resulted, in the midst of changing COVID-19 protocols, was a virtual program live-streamed to guests all over the world! Here are your top ten highlights from October 9th:  ...
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ICM banquet raises HK$13.3 million for the ultra-poor in the Philippines 

ICM’s banquet proved to be “More than a Dream” as it exceeded expectations On 9 October 2020, International Care Ministries (ICM), a non-profit organization that brings transformation to the ultra-poor, held its annual fundraising banquet in Hong Kong to resounding success. The internationally streamed gala, entitled “More than a Dream” raised HK$13.3 million/ US$1.72 million/...
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More than a Dream: International Care Ministries Hosts a Virtual Fundraising Banquet in the Time of COVID-19

For the first time ever, due to COVID-19 pandemic social distancing protocols, International Care Ministries (ICM) will host its much-anticipated Hong Kong fundraising banquet online and at limited-seating venues at the Aberdeen Marina Club (AMC) this year on October 9. This annual fundraising banquet, which gathers hundreds of Hong Kong’s top executives to donate to...
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No Mountain too High, No Valley too Low

“Almost all of the children here were crying because they didn’t have food. Some families are large and suffer from hunger,” Pastor Silin told ICM staff. She is one of our thousands of partner pastors living and working in ultra-poor communities all across the Philippines. She had been hosting a Transform program in a remote...
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DOH partners with International Care Ministries to save thousands of children from malnutrition

A partnership between the Philippine government and International Care Ministries (ICM) has delivered life-saving food relief to 18,306 children during the COVID-19 community quarantine   The NGO leveraged a network of pastors and connections with hundreds of local government units to identify malnourished children. They then delivered a specially formulated food-treatment, provided by the Department...
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Food and Seeds Help the Ultra-poor Survive the COVID-19 Hunger Crisis

International Care Ministries delivers 14 million meals and 100 million seeds to ultra-poor families struggling with hunger caused by COVID-19 lockdown in the Visayas and Mindanao “It’s not the coronavirus that will kill us, it’s the hunger.” This statement, uttered by many who have lost their jobs and livelihood, sums up the plight of millions...
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Protecting Filipino Healthcare Workers from COVID-19

A partnership between International Care Ministries, De La Salle Medical & Health Sciences Institute, and the Canadian Government will boost hospital workers’ safety during the pandemic Healthcare workers bear a much greater risk of exposure to COVID-19, with 15% of all coronavirus cases in the Philippines being hospital or health care workers as of DOH’s...
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