CWind is helping to improve lives around the world. We promote stronger and more sustainable communicates through funding and volunteering within our local communities.
Currently the primary charity supported by the company is the Ninos Pag Asa Centre, based in Olongapo, Philippines. It is an orphanage for those who are not cared for nor looked after by any other agency.
It is authorised and licensed to operate as a social work agency giving medical assistance, educational programmes, skills training and community based rehabilitation. The centre not only looks after those who are residents, but also educates and assists other children and adults in the local community.
CWind has been supporting the centre since Cable Retriever, currently the company’s vessel supporting the maintenance region, arrived in 1998. The Captains of the Cable Retriever, together with the Make a Difference Team (MAD), in the UK take responsibility for supporting the orphanage and organise many activities to this end throughout the year.
Every year CWind provides funds for meals, electricity, water and hygiene supplies as well as school tuition fees, and help to make Christmas a special time of year for all the children.
In 2020, CWind provided additional funds to support the Ninos Pag Asa Centre with the following activities:
Funding for building improvement work:
Provided funds for necessary medical procedures:
Already in 2021, the CWind has funded 25 essential cleft lip and palate operations for children of the Ninos Pag Asa Centre and in the local community, helping to provide them with a better quality of life for the future.
At CWind, we are passionate about helping children and residents of the Ninos Pag Asa Centre.
We are committed to responding to their needs with transformative and sustainable solutions, providing life-changing resources such as clean water, medical aid, food, and educational opportunities.
You can help us to make a positive difference to the lives of these children by donating here. If you’re unable to donate, but would like to support us, you can help us spread the message by sharing this on social media to generate awareness.