Caroline Alvador, from the Local Congregation of Deparo, narrated, “Before, our house was wrecked due to the typhoon. The roof was torn apart and we had nowhere else to stay. But now, SCAN members helped us repair our homes and aided us with some [pieces] of lumber and roof [ing materials].”
This happened on December 5, 2020 when the Society of Communicators and Networkers, International (SCAN) in the Ecclesiastical District of Caloocan North conducted “SCAN Cares”.
“The activity aims to help our fellow brethren who were affected by typhoon Ulysses (international name: Vamco),” Patricio Salinas Jr., SCAN district president, stated.
“We tried to reached out by giving the brethren relief goods and by helping hand-in-hand, we able to repair their houses that were heavily damaged by the typhoon,” he added.
Alvador and the other brethren said they felt the love and concern of the Church Administration and the SCAN members, which helped strengthen their faith.
Believing that God used them as His instruments, she remarked, “We thank the Lord God for helping us in these trying times. He did not neglect us in times of need.” ― With reports from INC News Section