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Tanjay City, Negros Oriental, Philippines, 2016/08/30 - Nonprofit organization Casa Esperanza of Angels Foundation, Inc. is poised to take full ownership of a 2-hectare property in Tanjay City, Philippines to build a modern orphanage facility in the area - CasaEsperanzaofAngels.com.
Casa Esperanza of Angels Foundation, Inc. will soon formally acquire a 2-hectare parcel of land for the construction of a modern orphanage facility in Tanjay City, Negros Oriental, Philippines, 31 kilometers north of this city.
The title to the property is set to be turned over to the officers of the nonprofit within the next two weeks by the local Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) office in Dumaguete City. Once completed, the Tanjay City orphanage will house orphans, abused or abandoned children, and on a case to case basis children in dire economic circumstances.
Ronald Brown, Founder and Executive Director of the organization said,“We expect to be issued the documents from BIR stating Casa Esperanza of Angels Foundation, Inc. as owners of the 2 hectare parcel of land in Barrio Sta. Ines, Tanjay City.”
CEA’s cutting edge child care methods will set it apart from other institutions of its kind as it aims to address the perennial problem of neglect in orphanages. Numerous studies, notably those conducted in Romania and Uganda, suggest a correlation between the conditions of neglect, loneliness, and lack of role models in an orphanage to a child’s poor brain development and anti-social behavior as an adult.
Instead of industrial style accommodations where orphans are all housed together in prison-like dormitories, the Casa Esperanza of Angels facility will have smaller “homes” for groups of children that are supervised by house parents.
“The house parents will be the backbone of our staff and must have the heart for this kind of work,” according to Mrs. Georgia Olis Brown, the Foundation’s Treasurer and Activities Director. “Their dedication and love for the children will be key to our success in raising children who will become an integral part of society as they mature.”
The Casa Esperanza of Angels Foundation is supported by donations from family and friends of the Browns, as well as by other individual and institutional supporters in the United States.
“We owe a great amount of gratitude for the achievement we have reached thus far to our families, friends, and all the generous donors that believe in us and our mission.” said Mr. Brown.
Mr. Brown anticipates acquiring the necessary building permits and starting construction on the property in the next few days. The orphanage facility will open its doors in the first half of 2017.
About Casa Esperanza of Angels Foundation
Casa Esperanza of Angels Foundation, Inc. (casaesperanzaofangels.com) is a nonprofit organization founded by Ronald Brown together with his wife, Georgia Olis Brown, to help the growing number of orphans in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines.