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.
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.
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 …
The road to getting to school was a difficult one. But, finally, she is now fulfilling her dream.
Deep inside, Elena is a fighter. She is determined to prove something: that a street girl can use her brokenness to change for the better.