The mission of The Love of Vicentica Foundation is to serve the less fortunate throughout the world by providing services that contribute to the vitality of the community and improve the quality of life.
Our vision is that no one should die due to malnutrition. Our organization will give hope to the poor. Those unemployed due to age and disability will be given food assistance. Those unemployed due to lack of education and training will be offered training jobs that will allow them to become self-sufficient. In summary, we provide food for physically and mentally incapable of working and provide material or financial assistance to the physically capable, talented, and committed individuals who are willing to learn and start a livelihood but are suppressed by poverty.
The Love of Vicentica Foundation is a non-profit charitable corporation organized in California, USA. It is a fully audited organization and has 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the United States.
The foundation supports any program for the needy. We coordinate with organizations that have had a record of assisting the poor such as the Congregation of the Little Sisters of St. Therese in Haiti.
Vicentica is the founder's middle name or second name. The name was given to her by a Dominican nun named Antonina Vicentica. She was in Batanes when the founder was born, and the nun insisted that her name be attached to the founder's name. Sr. Antonina Vicentica is now 103 years old, currently living in Manila, Philippines. Although the name Vicentica was in the founder's birth certificate, it was never used until 37 years later, when the foundation was founded.