The poverty rate for children living in a Philippine Province is double the national average.

As of 2021, there are an estimated 12.7 million children living in poverty in the provinces of the Philippines.

This represents 39.2% of all children under the age of 18 in the provinces.

The poverty rate among children in the provinces is significantly higher than the national poverty rate of 18.1%.

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A Child's Chance
Hope for deserving children living in poverty to break the cycle and pay it forward.
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Sometimes the poorest families just need a hand up and not a hand out.
Student Success
Helping deserving underprivileged students further their educational needs.
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Helping our neighboring communities with the most basic needs.
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Helping our neighbors help one another through local networking.
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Discover what’s possible when a community creates together.

Making a difference for Marilyn’s family through community support we were able to provide her bedroom walls.

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We first met Angel “Gel” by accident while exploring the mountains of Danao. Gel offered us a tour around her community and family farm and the conversation turned to an encounter of a brilliant young girl with desires to be a vlogger and studying abroad in the future. Through donations from our viewers and subscribers and our mentorship, Gel was able to receive all necessary tools to chase her dreams.

After having her personal YouTube channel setup, with the help of our community, Gel was able to join the YouTube Partner Program within three weeks of launch. Most new creators can take at least a year or more to build their channel and community enough to monetize. Two weeks after being accepted into the program, Gel’s channel now exceeds our own channel (@QAdventures) in income and a 12 year old was able to create financial independence for her and her family. Read Gel’s Story

If you would like to follow Gel on her adventures you can view her YouTube channel at @MountainAngelDiaries as well as her website at MountainAngelDiaries.com

We met Marylyn and her family while touring a local neighborhood. They were very friendly and welcoming and our community respected and appreciated that. We got a tour of their home and some insight to the fathers business of making furniture, bags and baskets over a nice family style dinner at their home.

The families living conditions needed some updating and the QAdventures community came through once again. The main focus of the project was to enclose the upstairs bedroom or loft where Marylyn and her brother slept. It had no windows, doors or walls and only linen sheets to protect them from the outside elements.

We were able to accomplish this project with help of our community for $260 which included labor and materials for the stairs as well as the upstairs bedroom. Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4

For those who wish to help, we currently have two active campaigns for Marylyn’s family, Marylyn’s Education Fund and The Family’s Relocation Fund.

An Angel In The Mountains - The Story of Gel

We first met Angel “Gel” by accident while exploring the mountains of Danao. Gel offered us a tour around her community and family farm and the conversation turned to an encounter of a brilliant young girl with desires to be a vlogger and studying abroad in the future. Through donations from our viewers and subscribers and our mentorship, Gel was able to receive all necessary tools to chase her dreams.

After having her personal YouTube channel setup, with the help of our community, Gel was able to join the YouTube Partner Program within three weeks of launch. Most new creators can take at least a year or more to build their channel and community enough to monetize. Two weeks after being accepted into the program, Gel’s channel now exceeds our own channel (@QAdventures) in income and a 12 year old was able to create financial independence for her and her family. Read Gel’s Story

If you would like to follow Gel on her adventures you can view her YouTube channel at @MountainAngelDiaries as well as her website at MountainAngelDiaries.com

A Room With a View - Marylyn's Bedroom Makeover

We met Marylyn and her family while touring a local neighborhood. They were very friendly and welcoming and our community respected and appreciated that. We got a tour of their home and some insight to the fathers business of making furniture, bags and baskets over a nice family style dinner at their home.

The families living conditions needed some updating and the QAdventures community came through once again. The main focus of the project was to enclose the upstairs bedroom or loft where Marylyn and her brother slept. It had no windows, doors or walls and only linen sheets to protect them from the outside elements.

We were able to accomplish this project with help of our community for $260 which included labor and materials for the stairs as well as the upstairs bedroom. Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4

For those who wish to help, we currently have two active campaigns for Marylyn’s family, Marylyn’s Education Fund and The Family’s Relocation Fund.