FairBuilding Network visited one of its Social Building Partners, Concordia Children’s Services, in their office and shelter in Old Sta. Mesa, Manila, on December 12 as part of their last site visit of the year.

The team saw the improvement of the house with the items that the organization acquired through the FairBuilding Network. From PVC fittings to lighting materials to cement boards, the materials were vital for the repairs and renovation of office and residence that house orphaned and poor urban children.

Improved Ceiling and Lightings of Concordia’s Office

Concordia Children’s Services provides residential houses that take in orphans and assist children from impoverished families by sheltering them and providing education, spiritual hope, and nourishment. The place was converted into an office and children’s residence and has been a home for nearly 29 years. Due to its age, renovations and repairs are required to make it a safe home for its residents. 

We thank our Industry Partners who supported Concordia’s improvement through their products and services in recent years:

Indeed, you have significantly impacted the children’s lives by providing them with a safer home!


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