COVID-19 Feeding

4. ​Purok Manggahan & Sapambato, Bagumbayan, QC

Coordinator: Lilibeth Baluyot & Juliet Patricio

# of Kids: 74

​Operating at least 2x a week

Before the COVID-19 situation, we used to gather the kids in one place and feed them or prepare meals for them in lunchboxes that they bring to school for lunch. Now we pack the meals in paper containers and bring them personally to the homes of the children! In Kamuning, a large community, we opted to give food packs for the whole family to maintain order. 

Updated on: December 2020


Types of Program We Run

6. ​Floodway, Cainta

Coordinator: Gita Gaddi

# of Kids: 100

​Operating at least 2x a week

What we serve kids before COVID-19.



Some Statistics


Summer Meals for Kids 
The two-month school break in the Philippines is a crucial time to sustain the feeding activities for the beneficiaries because these are the days where government funded school-based feeding program also stops.

​During summer, kids belonging to poor families are at risk of child-labor, with their parents counting on them to
help in earning money. The "Summer Meals for Kids" program aims to sustain the provision of daily, hot, and nutritious meals to all beneficiaries, and provide them with a daily venue to be just "kids" - be nourished, play, socialize, interact and learn from volunteer teachers


3. ​Libis, Quezon City

Coordinator: Lorena Carlos-Miguel & Theresa Taeza

# of Kids: 17

Operating at least 2x a week

Current Feeding Locations & Covid-19 Community Outreach Locations

What we Serve


*The data above are from both outreach & full time feeding stations and are unofficial. Data from our first year is not included.

Learn more about our COVID-19 efforts here.
Reach out Feed Philippines started in 2013 and since then we have: 
Reach Out and Feed Philippines Inc. aims to provide meals to kids who has very little or no access to nutritious food due to their condition. Our work focuses in organizing, feeding, and nourishment programs in public schools and the poorest of poor communities in the country. 

Below is an infographic showing how
we accomplish our mission to Feed, Nourish & Empower!

This was last updated on June 26, 2020

1. Sitio Dumpsite, Antipolo City

Coordinator: Ptr. Mike Gallo

# of Kids: 200 

Operating at least 2x a week

​​"Baon" is a Filipino word for packed meals prepared by parents for their kids going to school. Sadly, 1 out of 3 kids in the Philippines don't get the food they need every day. Since learning depends on good nutrition, these kids may never reach the same potential for learning as well-nourished kids. #ProjectBaon will ensure the daily provision of a healthy "baon".

We work with schools and poor communities in the Philippines. The children we serve belongs to families with an income of less than P200 or $4/day. We provide supplementary school meals - a packed lunch with fortified rice, meat, vegetables and fruits, designed especially to meet their nutritional needs.

5. ​Purok Obrero, Bagumbayan, QC

Coordinator: Liberty Mejia

# of Kids: 33

​Operating at least 2x a week

7. ​Kamuning, QC

Coordinator: Jan Marini

# of Families: 234​

​2. Brgy. Tarece, Pangasinan

Coordinator: Xenia Diez

# of Kids: 50

Operating 3x a week

Outreach Feeding Program 
The outreach program
runs once a week and is aimed at providing supplementary meals to children with the following conditions:

•Survivors of natural or man-made disasters and calamities
•Children living in the streets or in a poor community
•Abandoned, neglected, orphaned or abused children living in the care of an orphanage or temporary care.