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The DCV Program - An Alternative Solution to the Problems of Poverty, Crime and Global Warming

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THE DCV PROGRAM : GIVE IT eFORWARD!

A NEW WAY TO HELP, WHERE YOU ARE AN eGIVER BUT AN eRECEIVER TOO. THE MORE YOU eGIVE, THE MORE YOU eRECEIVE.

For every eGIVER'S share, precious LOVE starts to work against poverty, crimes and global warming !

Past DCV Program Websites MCV Foundation (MCVFACPI) thru itsDCV Program invites everyone to unite and fight poverty, crimes and global warming by sharing and giving love to others and Mother Earth by way of voluntary cash donation. The MCV Foundation through its DCV Program will trigger the global show of love by being the first eGiver to those people in need of financial help who will then give it eForward to subsequent participants to the Program which is a continuous computerized cycle of addressing the problem of poverty.

The face of poverty is everywhere. Crimes continue to exist. Global warming is now affecting everyone. But it seems nobody is in charge. How would these problems be then addressed and resolved? The world is in crisis. Let us save ourselves now. Everybody must do his/her share to solve these problems and change our world for the better. This should start from every capable individual through any means. As its small contribution to humanity, the MCV Foundation is offering the DCV Program as a means or conduit for the help or donation of any participating individual/giver for the benefit of registered participants and special projects of the Foundation.

Come one, comeall ! Join the DCV Program as participants, sharers, sponsors or donors anddo the first move to help others and mother earth without expecting anything in return. Yet DCV Program was devised so that any one giver now will be the recipient later of the help of a thousand subsequent givers. Be an eGIVER now and an eRECEIVER later.

DCV Program is a Form of "People Power"

Nearly quarter of a century ago, in February 1986, the world witnessed a "revolution" which in itself was revolutionary. The peaceful uprising of the Filipino people on the stretch of a highway known as Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) in the Philippine capital which forced the change of the then-national administration and ushered in Corazon "Cory" Aquino, widow of the late Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. who was assassinated three years earlier, to become the 11th President of the Philippines. This "People Power" revolt was the first-ever of its kind in the world and a turning point in the country's history and politics. More recently, in the country's first electronic elections on May 10, 2010, and in a show of overwhelming support by the people of the Philippines through a form of people power in the polls, Senator Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III (the only son of Ninoy and Cory Aquino) was elected the 15th President of the Republic.

In the Presidential Elections of 2016, the Filipino people again demonstrated their will with the overwhelming win at the polls of former Davao Mayor and now President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. Considered as a tough crime fighter particularly against drugs and corruption in government, he is also determined to bring in a new era of prosperity and greatly alleviate, if not eradicate poverty from the country as well as take all the measures necessary for the peace and security of the nation.

In this same light, the MCV Foundation believes that our people (and all people anywhere in the world) have also the power within themselves to confront crimes and global warming and rise above the bondage of poverty and all the ills associated with it. Yet without the framework to harness and unleash their potentials, it remains dormant and unrealized. This is why the Foundation has taken a different approach to address these problems from that of other charitable organizations, that is, to empower the grassroots and the masses to help themselves by developing and providing the necessary systems and support mechanisms to achieving those ends, thus making this program a form of people empowerment or "People Power".



A New Beginning for the Philippines

With the election of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte and the achievements of his predecessor, Former President Noynoy Aquino, there is a sense of a new beginning for the country. The new President has actively campaigned for the eradication of crime, corruption and poverty and has made it a top priority of his Administration. For many Filipinos who had to endure poverty and hardships as a result of the rampant government corruption, this is a most welcome and refreshing change and many are hopeful that this signals a new beginning and direction of government.

The MCV Foundation is optimistic, as this new beginning is very timely and favorable to advancing the DCV Program. With the main focus on eradicating poverty, expectations are high that there is, at least, the political will to do so. However, dependence on government to do it alone will not suffice. It is expected that everyone would do their share in alleviating poverty. There is a need for effective private sector initiatives as well, which often are more effective than government programs and there are many such private humanitarian efforts being undertaken. The DCVProgram is unique as it is a private initiative that harnesses individual citizen's participation to do their share (in a very real sense, people empowerment). But in doing so, by participating, they place themselves in a position to also benefit financially.

However, while it would be an advantage to work together with government, and the Foundation is very much open to the opportunity, we are independently expanding our own capabilities and mapping out strategies to advance the DCV Program for years to come.

Our OFWs As Ambassadors of Change

Change for the better has more often than not, been elusive and people tend to look to external sources for this change, which is not at all wrong. Certainly, faith on the Almighty who watches over His creation is the ultimate hope of all. Many charitable personalities and organizations are catalysts of change through their efforts and that is to be respected. However, every individual has been endowed with the ability to influence change, and with the right opportunities and resources, that ability can be amplified many times over, going beyond the boundaries any single person can normally reach. These individuals who are all over the world need help and focus in order to effect change within themselves, to their fellow human beings and to Mother Earth.

One particular focus of the DCV Program is to help our more or less ten million (10,000,000) overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and their families. Through their families here, who can participate in the program themselves, the OFWs can also enter / participate overseas and they can invite their fellow countrymen or even foreigners to participate in the program. The potential here is that through the OFWs, as our Ambassadors of Change, the program can have international or even global reach and spread its life-changing influence beyond national borders to many more people around the world. In sum, we are giving new opportunities for our OFWs and their families by providing them an additional source of income. Through them, we are helping other people of the world andpreserve the earth, as well as help our country to be recipient, not borrower, of millions, if not billions of U.S. Dollars.

Mission

The mission of the MCV Foundation / DCV Program is to provide the framework and support systems for people empowerment for the purpose of providing an alternative source of income by helping and showing concern for others. Ultimately, the program, through its active and increasing participants worldwide, will act as a major catalyst for social change, eradicating poverty, addressing corruption and reducing criminality that results from these issues, as well as in solving the problem of global warming and climate change.

Vision

To achieve a society wherein our citizens will have a means of income through participation in the program to meet their physical needs and enjoy a decent quality of life free from crime and corruption in a clean and healthy environment and that the availability of the program will provide a true option for overseas workers to return and stay in the country to build a better life with their families.

Our Invitation

The MCV Foundation invites everyone to join and participate in the DCV Program. In participating, not only will you be donating to help alleviate other people's poverty and help solve global warming, other social and environmental problems but you stand to receive returns on your voluntary cash donation many times over. Far more than that, you will be doing your part in building a better society, nation and world for this generation and the next.




Attention:To the Public


Recently, we have been informed that some groups, specifically a certain Task Force Kalikasan Movement in the Samar Provinces and in Tacloban City or any other Movement not related to us, have been using fabricated/fake information sheets and the name of our organization, the Morjil C. Valencia Foundation Against Crimes and Poverty, Inc. and/ or DCV Program, without our knowledge, consent and authority. Unknown personalities from said unknown Movement have been reported to us that they were collecting large sums of money from innocent people using the name of our Foundation/Program. We want to warn the public that these unknown individuals are not authorized by the Foundation and do not represent us in any way. Anybody who would like to join and voluntary donate cash to our Foundation/Program shall personally deposit to our bank account or forward directly to our main office and not to anybody else outside our office. If you have been in communication with anyone claiming to represent us, please contact us through the phone numbers listed in our Contact Page or email us at dcvprogram@gmail.com or report him/her to the nearest Police Station for doing a criminal act. Do not use any other contact number or email address or social media contact (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) that may have been given to you besides the ones listed in this website.



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