The Bahay Pag-Ibig is a home for an average of 70 elderly Filipinos forgotten by their families and their own children. It was founded over twenty years by Father "Boyet" Conception. It is now run by Father Edgar L. Panlilio and his assistant Ms. Laura S. Simbulan. The staff of 15 volunteers feed and care for the residents and keep the place amazingly clean. The Bahay Pag-Ibig is a non-profit, non-government, and non-political institution. They take care of the residents using only charitable donations.
I have visited numerous charitable organizations around Angeles over the last 17 years and IMO some of them are actually over funded. That isn't the case at the Bahay Pag-Ibig. These residents have so little and they are so grateful for every visitor. This has become the main charity that Margarita Station has supported for the past few years. The daily meal for the residents here is usually rice or noodles with crackers. So, we have our cooks prepare a variety of dishes with an emphasis on plenty of tender meats. Since early 2009 the Orchid Inn Group has joined us in preparing these meals.
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