The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread
Since 2005, ICA has worked in the Philippines. Our relationships are thriving. We have supported hundreds of children yearly through mission and humanitarian aid assistance. The aid is hand delivered to the front door of the orphanage directly to the children. Children DO receive the aid. Filipino children come to the U.S. yearly for camp. Through camp, the children learn social skills, participate in art and outings and learn what it is like to live in a family. Our hope is for the children to find a forever family here because there is no relative or parent in their life.
In 2014, ICA began the groundwork to begin camps within the country. We envision camps for children who were adopted to reintroduce them to their place of birth and we envision camps full of activities that will help grow the child in strength for their future. No orphanage, grant, child or government can help offset the costs involved in the camps. Donations are the only source of support.
We also support those national organizations seeking to eradicate child trafficking and those organizations giving children on the streets homes.