The Balay Canossa foundation
The Balay Canossa Foundation was an archdiocese’s response to the growing problem of the city’s homeless or street kids. It was administered by the St. Joseph Working Sisters.
In 1983, the House of Friendship was turned over to the Canossian Sisters. During this period the majority of children in the House were from the Cogon area. Also, starting in the early 1990’s, the Canossian Sisters began to work together with CSWD social workers in order to “approach and come on” to potential street children not only in the Cogon area but also in Divisoria. It was also this time that the sisters rented an old building in the Cogon area in order to accommodate more street kids under its Street Kids Ministry and Outreach Program.
To learn more about The Balay Canossa Foundation click here.
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