Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society (Tinig ng Carmona)

Registered Name: Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society (Tinig ng Carmona)

Business Number: 834894198RR0001

VOICE OF CARMONA WORLDWIDE SOCIETY                                                   (TINIG NG CARMONA)      

Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society is Celebrating its Twentieth Anniversary! 1998-2018 “World-class Scholarship Program and Feeding Program." Our Voice of Carmona will be always non-political and a not-for-profit charity. Voice of Carmona has been a registered Canadian charity since September 17, 2018. It has been incorporated in British Columbia, Canada since October 1, 2014.

Registered Name: Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society (Tinig ng Carmona)                             Business Number: 83489 4198 RR0001 (Canadian charity registration number). 

Our Mission: Altruism or selflessness is the only mission and philosophy of our Voice of Carmona.                                                                

Our Mottos: Altruism (Selflessness). Vade mecum (Go with us). Pro patria (For Our Countries). Think freely! (We create our own destiny. Nobody controls us).

Our Purposes:                                                                                  

1. To advance education by providing publicly available scholarship grants to students in need to be used for post-secondary education, within Canada and in other countries. 

2. To relieve poverty by operating a feeding program for individuals or families of low income, within Canada and in other countries.                      

3. To undertake activities ancillary and incidental to the furtherance of the above mentioned charitable purposes.

Our Unique Story:                                                                               

Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society (Tinig ng Carmona) has been incorporated in British Columbia, Canada since October 1, 2014. Voice of Carmona has been a registered Canadian charity since September 17, 2018. Voice of Carmona has been an independent society ever since. It was originally founded as Tinig ng Carmona (Voice of Carmona) on June 12, 1998 in Carmona, Cavite, Philippines as a local publication. It was incorporated on September 3, 1998 in the Philippines as Tinig ng Carmona, Incorporated (Voice of Carmona, Incorporated).

From 1998 until 2001, Voice of Carmona was a local publication. From 2002 until 2014, Voice of Carmona was an online or worldwide publication. From 2014 to 2018, Voice of Carmona had been a worldwide not-for-profit society. Since 2018, Voice of Carmona has been a worldwide not-for-profit charity. Voice of Carmona has almost the same directors and officers since twenty years ago. They have been volunteering their services free of charge or for free and unconditionally.

In partnership with Voice of Carmona, FloranteAlumia.com Corporation has been the exclusive and official publisher of the website of Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society. Voice of Carmona Worldwide Society has been the official and exclusive registered Canadian charity of FloranteAlumia.com Corporation. https://florantealumia.com  

What People Are Saying

"No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to educate, advocate and feed. Thousands of people volunteer for us each year and make the difference in the lives of many people. Find out how to become our partner. Go with us. Thank you."

— Florante Alumia, RN, President & CEO, Voice of CarmonaWorldwideSociety, Read More

"Since 1998, Voice of Carmona has been devoting its energy to passionately advocate for the hungry & needy members of our global family. Save our countries. Hope for peace. Help those in need. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need thru donations of money & time. Thanks. "

— Florante Alumia, RN, President & CEO, Voice of CarmonaWorldwideSociety, Read More

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"Again for 2018, The Globe and Mail, in partnership with CharityCAN, has ranked Canada's 1,000 largest not-for-profit institutions. This year, the ranking is based on donations received by the organization for which they issue a tax receipt (tax receipted gifts)."

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— Government of Canada's web site (canada.ca), Read More

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