Mbrace Project was made possible thru a personal initiative to help children with disabilities in time of COVID-19 and natural disasters.
Mbrace Project assists children with learning disabilities, children with cancer and other chronic illnesses.
We have given medical assistance (milk, vitamins, monetary donation and transportation) during community quarantine.
We provided learning materials and therapy assistance to children with autism, down syndrome, global delay and cerebral palsy.
We gave electronic devices (laptops, tablets and mobile phones) to students who needed to transistion to homeschooling because of the pandemic.
We helped children in evacuation centers displaced by natural disasters like typhoons and volcanic eruptions.
We have given milk subsidies and food packs to children living with HIV and made sure they got their monthly medicine refills and reach their medical appointments during community quarantine.
We currently have 20 Volunteer Hero Drivers that transport pediatric cancer patients to their treatment and 50+ blood donors that regularly donate blood for children with Leukemia.
We give monthly financial assistance for internet & school supplies to student cancer patients who are currently enrolled while undergoing chemotherapy.
We provided transportation for pediatric cancer patients to their chemotherapy treatment during Community Quarantine.
We helped children that needed medical and financial assistance when their families lost income during the pandemic.
We provide free art therapy for children with disabilities. This helps them explore their emotions, improve self-esteem, relieve stress, improve symptoms of anxiety and depression, and cope with physical illnesses.