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Updates on the National Project for 2023

NOTE: The fundraising appeal for the Love in Action Medical Mission is now CLOSED.

LIA would like to offer our gratitude and prayers to all who supported and donated to this national project. Special thanks go to the team who travelled to Bohol for the Medical Mission. In everything, we praise and thank the Lord for His guidance and provision. We continue to pray for all those we helped in Loay, Bohol as well as everyone who made the Medical Mission possible, both from CFCA and our local partners. May God continue to bless you for your generosity.


18 June 2023

The Local Government Unit of Loay, Bohol, under the leadership of Mayor Lahar Ayuban, prepared the video below that shows some of the highlights of the recent Medical Mission in Bohol.


Credit: Office of Mayor Lahar Ayuban, Mayor of Loay, Bohol


12/07/2022: Update from Mayor Lahar Ayuban The Mayor provided another video update to LIA accompanied by the following message:

Your act of kindness has brought immense joy and relief to the lives of individuals who rely on mobility aids to navigate their daily routines. DAGHANG JAMONG SALAMAT Couples for Christ Australia - Love in Action for the Wheelchairs and Canes ​- Mayor Lahar Ayuban


Overview of the National Project for 2023

​Every year, the LIA runs a national project to raise funds for a beneficiary proposed by the National LIA Core Group (NLCG) and approved by the CFCA National Council. For 2023, LIA will conduct a comprehensive Medical Mission in the town of Loay in Bohol, Philippines on 20th and 21st May 2023. The town of Loay is a fifth-class municipality and is inhabited by very poor families who have very little access to medical care. The families in Loay are worthy beneficiaries of our Medical Mission.


The Medical Mission includes the provision of medical, dental, optical, and pre-natal assessment as well as associated procedures as deemed necessary. We will also be providing free medicine, mobility equipment (wheelchairs and strollers), and reading eyeglasses. Additionally, we will conduct a feeding program and the provision of nutritional supplements to children and adults.


All volunteers from CFCA will pay for their personal expenses including airfares. They will not use a single cent from the funds raised through this project. Also, the municipality of Loay has generously offered to host the CFCA volunteers during the two-day Medical Mission.


For 2023, the NLCG decided to forego the national raffle as the primary means for raising funds for the national project. The LIA Coordinators have taken on the challenge to find other ways to raise funds that make full use of LIA's DGR status

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