Sharing Christmas in the Gospel Campaign

During the Christmas season of 2016, the Communication Foundation for Asia launched the project entitled “Sharing Christmas in the Gospel Campaign”, wherein CFA asked the help of different organizations to sponsor the cost of providing CFA Magazines for 1000 children. The following persons and organizations have answered the call to make it possible to reach out and bring the message of the manger to children from different communities:

Ang-Hortaleza Foundation, Inc.
Pondo ng Pinoy
Mr. Jose Mari Cayton
Probe Media Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Rufo Dacanay
Mrs. Lulu Virtusio
Kasilak Development Foundation, Inc.
Notre Dame Business Resource Center Foundation, Inc.
WS Family Foundation, Inc.
Mrs. Boots Anson Roa-Rodrigo
AAI Charity Foundation, Inc.
Ambassador Henrietta de Villa
Physicians for Peace
Mr. Arthur Santos
Jesuit Communications Foundation, Inc.
Ateneo Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Teresita Hermano


Pictured here are the children from the Sta. Maria Hospital who have received copies of our Gospel Komiks. Gospel Komiks contains little stories of love, hope and joy which are sure to touch the hearts of its readers.

CFA hopes to continue this campaign in the following years so that more communities will be able to discover and live out the spirit of Christmas.

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