"You started something good that could make a difference in the future of the children of Manila... Something that shows them someone cares and that it is okay to care for others."
Atty. Arnie Salvosa
"It's not their choice to dwell on the streets, life has dealt them with a bad hand of cards, they shouldn't be punished for their misfortune. They should be helped!"
"Sobrang saya ko idol, kasi kahit papaano nakakatulong ako sa pamamagitan mo.. I hope na masmarami pang mag-join at makibahagi sa programa mo para masmarami matulungan..."
Ryan Framo Silguera
I was shocked when I first visited the Philippines, because of poverty. So when I heard about MSL I felt blessed because it was the best opportunity to help where it's needed...
We've Been Here:
It’s our first ever Street Games!
A vlog by young Filipino-American, MJ Toling, being a first time ManilaStreetLover last Oct. 24, 2019.
It’s my first time! For a girl who is not exactly very athletic – it was a mission accomplished with loads of fun!
Tear Cordez aka Teardrop is a bad ass street photographer with a big heart you ask why?
There is always a reason to celebrate with wagyu! And best reason is for satisfaction itself (Insert flaming sizzle🔥).
As soon as I read it on the menu, I wanted to try it!
So I recently chose to go red and why not?
Been limiting sweets on my diet, so my piece of sugar better be heavenly! And it was, indeed, when I tried this choco chip cookie! Home-made by mompreneur Mary Grace Cabanilla, these cookies arrived at home looking fresh and neatly packaged individually. View this post on Instagram #ManilaBites: Browned Butter Muscovado Choco Chip Cookie 😋 […]
Manila Street Love (MSL) is the first mobile gift-giving and love campaign in one, engaging sponsors and a small group of volunteers to reach the neglected, underprivileged Filipinos – the street dwellers. The concept of MSL is to communicate love and practice generosity by driving to the right where they are – the streets, the temporary shelters, and even detention centers. At each stop, volunteers distribute food and basic needs, shake hands, bring music, and celebrate brotherhood/sisterhood even when there is no special occasion like Christmas or Election Day. MSL’s ambition is to make uplifting every kind of Filipino an individual and corporate duty.