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THE PARTY’S OVER (A Nun for Modern Times)

Joseph Francia, father of John Xavier Francia (JVP Batch 35) is selling copies of this book on his late ICM nun sister, Myrna (1943-2010). It’s ₱350 and all the proceeds go to the Sister Myrna Francia Memorial, Inc., a philanthropic foundation that, among other things, helps youth from financially-challenged backgrounds to gain vocational education. Please more...

AAA and JVPFI partnership

JVPFI officially signed up a MOA with AAA (Ateneo Alumni Association) stating that the latter will sponsor a volunteer. Special thanks to Ms. Miel Reyes, AAA president for the support and encouraging their members to support more volunteers. AMDG  

Ayun, O! (A series of children’s book)

Glenda “Bong” Oris of JVP Batch 13 assigned at Sta. Maria Catholic School in Iloilo City is now an author of ” Ayun,O”. It is a series of children’s book. For those who wanted to purchase, the books are available in Kindle edition through


“Coming soon especially for those who missed the first block screening! If you watch, you’ll be able to donate to Jesuit Volunteers Philippines (JVP). These volunteers are deployed all over Mindanao, Visayas, and Luzon – in public schools, Indigenous People, and other remote areas in the Philippines..”

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JVP BATCH 32-Mindanao Or.Mindoro-Mangyan-NATO

JVP Batch 32- Yr. 2011-Pumasok ako sa mundong ito ng walang kaalam- alam o ideya kung ano ba talaga ang JVP. Hindi ako isang Atenista kaya hindi ko rin alam kung sino si St. Ignatius ng Loyola at ang mga values nya. Nagmula ako sa institusyon ng mga Brothers of the Sacred Heart o Cor more...

Ruined for Life by Kim Panuncialman

In 2014-2015, I was one of the 35 volunteers of JVP Batch 35, sent to Bukidnon to live with the Sumilao Farmers as a Community Organizer. Now this is one of my favorite topics and people close to me know that whenever I talk about JVP, the story never ends! This is only because it was more...

10 Lessons I learned as a Jesuit Volunteer

When I decided to be a Jesuit Volunteer it seems that it was an illogical decision. I had to give up a rewarding and fulfilling job in Singapore, I have to leave the comforts of having my family and friends around. Most people I love didn’t understand my decision, and to be honest, I have more...

Indigenous People’s Ministry (A Companionship with Indigenous Peoples)

Joboy Lagti-an, Marvin Alimato and their friends live in Makilo. They walk 3-4 hours every day to the nearest elementary school in Miarayon to be able to study. They wake up at 3am every day to prepare for school oblivious of the cold and mud in the step-slippery-dark pathway. They have to brave streams and more...