A Non- Government Organization founded on 1978 in Guatemala City.  In 1976 a devastating earthquake hit Guatemala City. Elder Robert Fokenberg an Adventist Union President in that area requested the American couple Kenneth and Alcyon Fleck to start a Children’s Village to care for the orphans.

Today International Children’s Care has 18 Children’s Villages in different location around the world and after 36 years of selfless service to the less fortunate children’s, now ICC served about 2,700 kids in all Children’s Villages. About half of them were already teachers, pastors, accountant and nurses making a difference in their community.

In 1999 American professor of International Institute of Advance Studies in Silang Cavite Mr David Striefling together with the Filipino partners Atty. Harlin Abayon, Mr Leomer Batulayan, Mrs Miriam Andres, Dra Belen Rajagukguk and Mrs JovitaMorillo organized the ICC Philippines Foundation Inc and it was registered in Securities and Exchange Commission.


“To care for orphans as do they were you”

To assist orphaned and abandoned children to have a meaning and fulfilling lives.


  1. To protect and ensure the children’s safety.
  2. To provide the child’s basic needs and a family to call his/her own.
  3. To connect each child with a caring sponsor who wants to established relationship with a child.
  4. To provide quality education and vocational training for the child to the extent of his/her potential and desire.
  5. To provide the child with care that will result to the child’s happiness and security in his/her formative years.
  6. To prepare a child for a secure, fulfilling and productive future while preserving his natural culture and heritage.
  7. To develop a Children’s Country Home Village, at any locality where needed, for the care of orphaned and abandoned children who through devotion and love, be self-sufficient, responsible community members.


In 2000, the first Adventist Residential care facility was established in Silang, Cavite in the name of ICC Philippine Foundation Inc. Later on the facility was transferred in Floriadablanca Pampanga in 2003 through the assistance of the North Philippine Union Conference and Central Luzon Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and it was called ICCP Shining Jewels Children’s Village.





ICC History

In 1976 a terrible earthquake devastated much of Guatemala City. Thousands died, and many children were left homeless. Leaders of Seventh-day Adventist Mission in Guatemala quickly went into action.

  The Union President of the Adventist work in Central America, contacted Elder Kenneth and Mrs. Alcyon Fleck. The Flecks had spent many years serving in Central America, And Alcyon had long expressed a desire to find a way of helping the many orphan children in those countries.

  The Union President told the Flecks that some start-up money for orphan relief had just been pledged from a Christian group of volunteer physicians from Southern Califonia should the Flecks be interested in starting an orphanage in Guatemala.

  After giving the matter a lot prayer, Ken and Alcyon decided to Guatemala and evaluate the possibilities. There were so many lonely children and they felt that they could not leave them there with no hope for the future. The flecks returned to their home in Oregon determined to do what they could, by the grace of God, for those children. Other Christian friends rallied with the Flecks and pledged to support a program for the orphans. Meanwhile, the Adventist church granted Pastor Fleck early retirement. The flecks then dedicated themselves to helping orphaned and abandoned children on a completely volunteer basis.

In 1978, International Children’s Care was founded as the administrative link between volunteers in America and the orphan children. The ICC board of trustees asked the Flecks to administer the new charity.

  From the start, Alcyon was determined that the orphans should receive a lot of love and individual attention, along the guidelines outlined by Mrs. E.G. White. So when the first orphanage was started in Guatemala, ten cottage homes were built to house the children. Christian house parents were brought in for each cottage, so that each home became a family unit with 10-12 children and a national mother and father. The children thrived in this loving environment, and in 1983 ICC started another “Country Home Campus” in the Dominican Republic. Alcyon believes that every child needs the security of a home. The country home provides an environment very similar to a natural home. Also, many of the children have been placed for adoption in Christian homes.

  The many people who give their time, talent and money through ICC are helping hundreds of desperate needy children in over 17 different countries around the world, ICC is expanding to help as many children as possible.










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