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Be a World Vision Child Sponsor!

26 Apr

Hi! Friends,

 
I just want to invite everyone to be part of World Vision advocacy by sponsoring less fortunate child to support their education. For just 600 pesos (55 dhs) / month. You can change the future of these children.
 
Please visit my World Vision link below for more information.
Please click the “Join me now” button on my page and it will direct you to the site where you can select your sponsored child.
 
Hope to hear from you,
Ana
When you decided to sign up as our sponsor, you decided to take one step closer to creating a lasting change in a child’s life. But, while you are helping children and their community through your sponsorship, do you know what you should receive as our sponsor?

As our child sponsor, you will receive the following from your sponsored child:

Welcome Pack– includes your sponsored child’s picture folder with a photo of him/her and his/her personal details, as well as of his/her community.

Annual Progress Report – includes

sponsored child’s most recent photo,

grade average, and other personal

details and is sent sometime July or

August for you to keep track of your

sponsored child’s development

Christmas Card– written by the child

and delivered to you every December

Meanwhile, you will receive the following from the World Vision office:

  •  Introductory Letter – 3 months after sending your first donation
  •  Monthly official Receipt- soft copy is to be sent via email
  • Community Updates- include a photo and a video of your sponsored child’s community and is sent twice yearly, every April and October for you to be informed of the community’s progress
  • Certificate of Donation- sent upon request to companies
  • Congratulatory Letter- sent to inform you when your child graduates from Elementary or High School
  • Invitation to Loyal Donor Dinner – sent on your milestone years, namely on your 5th, 10th, and 15th year as child sponsor to honor you as our faithful partner
          I also encourage you to write a letter to your sponsored child so you may

personally get to know him/her better. You may receive your sponsored child’s

response within 2 months, depending on the distance of your sponsored child’s

community from the city. You may send your letter through this link:

http://www.worldvision.org.ph/send-letter-to-your-sponsored-child. We will be

sending your sponsored child a printed copy of your email.

Above all these, the greatest thing that you will receive as a World Vision child

sponsor is the overflowing joy of helping a child achieve a life in all its fullness with

every donation that you give. Once again, thank you for sponsoring a child!

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Busy as a Bee!

11 Dec

Hello everyone!

It’s been a while since my last blog post. I terribly miss blogging but time can’t allow me to do so. Lots of things happened in the past, everything worth sharing / blogging however I need to prioritize things out.

Let me tell you what keeps me busy nowadays aside from being a corporate slave, a mother for a very clever slash brat teen age girl and a wife to a very caring and loving husband.

I’m a Student

  • I am currently enrolled in a post graduate program in UP Open University. Since it’s a Distance Education kind of learning everything was done online. It was convenient, yes since you can study anytime and anywhere you want but definitely not a walk in the park . Talking about the tons of reading materials, online participation, lots of sleepless nights chasing due dates for assignments and activities. I actually thinking of quitting in the middle of the term but glad I did not because I just finished my 2 subjects for this term. Now I’m in the middle of 2nd trimester…Hooray!

I’m a networker

  • I’m doing networking business thru Royale Business Club. I was a member of this Organization for a few years now and I’m loving it. I’m not earning millions yet but I think i’m getting there hehehe. I know lots of people don’t appreciate network marketing but sometimes we need to get out of our comfort zone if we want to experience financial freedom. For me as long as you are in a good company, good marketing plan and good products success will definitely follow.

I’m an online seller

  • I’m managing fb page printsonalized.com. We’re selling personalized shirts, mugs, caps, etc etc.
  • I also have an active account in souq.com, an online shopping site in the UAE and other GCC countries. I’m selling Royale products and fashion accessories there.

Charity Worker

  • I’m supporting various charity works here in the UAE.
  • I’m a World vision child advocate. I sponsored one child name Princess to help finance her studies.
  • I’m a supporter of aluminum can collection campaign here in Abu Dhabi headed by Mr. Mike Manlogon.

I am really thankful to God for giving me enough strength to accomplish all my task. I wish I could find more time to blog, I can’t wait to share exciting stories and share my life journey.

See you when I see you! God bless all!

Mike and his aluminum cans!

28 Aug

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Meet Mr. Michael Del Moro Manlogon

Mike is just an ordinary OFW here in Abu Dhabi, working as a regular employee of Abu Dhabi Co-operative Society. Like a typical OFW like me he’s earning just enough to support the needs of his family in the Philippines.   What is special about this man is his BIG HEART to help less fortunate kids in the in his country.

He is the man behind the Can Collection Drive here in Abu Dhabi, he personally collecting the cans from restaurants and groceries and put them into recycling.  By doing this he‘s able to help the environment and at the same time provide educational support to the unprivileged student in his hometown.

He is also supporting World Vision Philippines, You can see him joining several charity bazaars and flea market here in Abu Dhabi, proceeds of the table top sale goes to World Vision.

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Mike has a charity bazaar on 21 September 2013, in Sheraton Hotel Abu Dhabi you can donate whatever you like (books, dress, shoes, used home appliance, furniture etc)

See, we don’t need to be in the Government service to help our less fortunate Kababayan’s in the Philippines, we don’t need to be rich and powerful to share our blessings with others. We can do it in our own little ways. We can set Mike as an example.

If you are in Abu Dhabi we can also support Mike for his fund raising campaign by saving your aluminum cans and contact Mike or myself to collect it from your place.  You can also save your old books, hardly used school and office supplies (pens, pencils, eraser etc,) then we can send it to the less fortunate students. Michael can be contacted at michael_manlogon@yahoo.com

God bless you Mike, may you continue to do your noble works. Please continue to be a blessings to others.

You may want to read other articles about Mike in the link below:

http://gulfnews.com/life-style/people/help-poor-children-go-to-school-yes-you-can-1.973415

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/246852/pinoyabroad/pinoy-in-uae-recycles-aluminum-cans-to-send-phl-kids-to-school

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”
― Mother Teresa

“No one has ever become poor by giving.”
― Anne Frankdiary of Anne Frank

Kiddie Books for Pens of Hope

1 Dec

I’ve just recently sponsored 5 kids to received 1 story book each. This is to support my blogger friend Ms. N  in her new project “Kiddie Books for Pens of Hope”. It’s an awesome feeling that I am able to help less fortunate children even in my own little ways.

These books belong to Mart Clarence, Eric, Wilsar, Jerrica and Marjorie

You might want to share your blessing too. You can visit  Ms. N’s blog for the mechanics and how can we bring a smile to these children this Christmas season.