Job Opening

Onesimo Bulilit Foundation, Inc. is a faith-based, non-profit, non-government organization working among street children and their families in Manila, Philippines. We are a highly motivated team of young professionals and para-professionals utilizing different innovative intervention strategies. We are currently looking for: Accounting Clerk/Bookkeeper Job Objectives: To provide responsible and timely…

Christmas gift-giving

"The annual Christmas gift-giving with a theme, "Give a Smile and Touch a Life" was once again held last December 14-16, 2021. This special event was a success because of the support of generous donors like Gardenia Bakeries, Manila Pacific Tollways and NLEX Corporation, Service for Kids, Charity First Foundation,…

Job Openings

Onesimo Bulilit Foundation, Inc. is a faith-based, non-profit, non-government organization working among Children at risk and their families in Manila, Philippines. We are a highly motivated team of young professionals and para-professionals utilizing different innovative intervention strategies. Currently, we are looking for: Position:         REGISTERED SOCIAL WORKER Program:        Foster Care Location of…

Job Opening

Onesimo Bulilit Foundation, Inc. is a faith-based, non-profit, non-government organization working among street children and their families in Manila, Philippines. We are a highly motivated team of young professionals and para-professionals utilizing different innovative intervention strategies. We are currently looking for: Accounting Clerk/Bookkeeper Job Objectives: To provide responsible and timely…

Camp Level II

I am Marvin and I greatly enjoyed our Camp in Mindoro and the sessions of Pastor Mike. I learned for my life that it is important to support each other and you should not be ashamed to try difficult challenges and trust God. What I learned I have shared to…

Camp Level I

From May 14-18, thirty-five children enjoyed for the first time the beautiful beach at Camp Rock. They were from the streets of Tondo and Quiapo and new to Onesimo Bulilit. Eight Junior leaders, themselves program participants, acted as ate (older sisters) and kuya (older brothers) to the new kids. Through…