Christmas — and summer break — is fast approaching, and Baguio City may well be in your getaway plan. Baguio City, located in the Cordillera region, has average temperatures from 15°C-26°C – the coldest place to be during a hot summer’s day. Its temperature can go as low as 8°C from December to early February and is home to export products like ethnic woodcarving and hand-woven materials, the highest contributor to mining and quarrying in the country, as well as the best and primary source of highland vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, potatoes, cabbage, and other greens, according to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
But did you know that in Baguio City, there is an NGO that helps rehabilitate children and women who suffer from abuse and other forms of violence at the hands of their families, spouses and complete strangers? And did you know that you can actually take your vacation to a higher purpose by helping out this NGO, simply by choosing to stay at their affordable rest houses or rooms – the proceeds of which go to abused and violated children, women, and other household members, in lieu of expensive hotels and other profit-oriented inns?
If you plan to stay or return to Baguio City, NGO:PH highly recommends and guarantees your stay at the Child and Family Services Philippines, Inc. (CFSPI) Inn. Not only will CFSPI take you to the comfort of your home, away from home – from warm and pleasant room services to knowledgeable and pleasant chauffer services, but also give you self-fulfillment because you can relax and have fun, and at the same time help victims of abuse and violence.
CFSPI is just a few minutes away from the tourist destinations, and takes you away from the noisy streets of Baguio City.