Veronica and Cecilia share how they stay true to their commitment to empower girls.
His family’s meaningful encounter with the girls ignited his desire to build a community that empowers street girls in simple yet profound ways.
This Women’s Month, we join Our Better World in celebrating women who embrace second chances.
At Tahanan Sta. Luisa, girls enjoy sewing sessions where they are taught cross stitching, patch work, and embroidery. They get to express their love for arts and crafts through colorful and beautifully designed rags and tote bags.
We celebrate the women behind Tahanan Sta. Luisa and their mission to empower street girls.
One of our long term supporters celebrated V-day in a different kind of way. She decided to visit one of our girls!
Every Christmas, our girls look forward to spending quality time with their idol and role model Enchong Dee. Dee, one of the most sought-after young stars of his generation, has been celebrating his birthday and the joy of the Christmas season with the girls of Tahanan Sta. Luisa for seven years now. His fans club, Only Enchong Dee, is also …
Angel, pictured here, is an eighteen-year-old girl who has benefitted from the programs and activities of the project. Staying at Tahanan Sta. Luisa made Angel experience what it was like to live in an actual home. But more than the house, it was the joy of genuinely being loved by a family that she treasures the most. “I was surrounded …
For some of our girls, going to a city public school is one of their biggest milestones to date.
At the heart of Tahanan Sta. Luisa’s work is helping street girl survivors of abuse recover from trauma. The center realizes that the healing process requires endeavors to empower the street girls by harnessing their skills and potentials. With the help of volunteers and partner organizations, Tahanan gives street girls opportunities to learn life skills that make them independent and …