Making Donations in Rural Zambales

“Mang Urot” is the pseudonym of a Filipino who offers a soup kitchen three times a week to anyone who wants to come to eat, as well as assorted side projects, like bringing supplies to schools or offering free dental work to the poor. Recently he’s attracted volunteers from various organizations. On July 4, we took a trip to a small backwoods village to donate supplies to the elementary school and the church.

At a Filipino Soup Kitchen

This is a photo essay on setting up a soup kitchen: buying supplies, cooking, people waiting, eating, getting gifts. It all takes place in Metro Manila, Philippines.

This is a photo essay of buying supplies, cooking and setting up a soup kitchen for poor people in Manila, Philippines. It includes many pictures of children who waited two hours for a hot meal and gifts.