Think Outside the Fairytale: Kamanggagawa Foundation Inc. grants Small Wishes on Munting Pangarap

October 20th, 2009

Who would have believed that outside a fairytale, wishes could come true? The people who have been witnesses to Kamanggagawa Foundation Inc. (KFI) in action via the Munting Pangarap do – firsthand, on TV and on the world wide web via Youtube.

On the Munting Pangarap (Small Wishes) official Youtube channel, videos showcasing the humble wishes of hopeful Filipinos coming true are posted for everyone to view. Like Aling Norma’s wish to have a sewing machine to revive her rag-making business, Manong Protacio’s wish to raise hogs, and other meek requests such as Susan’s wish to give her heart-attack survivor husband a bed touch the hearts of online viewers.

The Munting Pangarap, a project carried out under the Kamanggagawa Foundation’s wing is made possible with generous help from kindhearted individuals. Two of the foundation’s well-known and tireless philanthropists are Bro. Eli Soriano of the Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path) and Kuya Daniel Razon of UNTV, who hosts a TV program of the same title on UNTV 37.

Phenomenal preacher Bro. Eli Soriano shares his small wish that God has granted him – from a mere PhP 40.00 capital, he was able to make his business grow and make a decent living.

“My small wish is to be able to live decently, in an honest way that will not come from the corruption of others. All these have sprouted out of a small wish – to be able to live decently not just for myself but for the needs of others,” recounts the Internationally-acclaimed preacher.

The Kamanggagawa (Co-worker) Foundation Inc., share Bro. Eli’s desire to help the needy. And one of its core missions is to help others via empowering them; to help them believe that with a little boost from others, they can continually prosper by helping themselves. Through the many projects of the Kamanggagawa Foundation, people witness real-life wishes come to life – beginning with just a small wish.

“A little wish may grow, depending on your persistence, care, hard work and determination. All big things come from little ones. This is the way of all good things.” – Bro. Eli Soriano


By : Pol Arellano


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