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The photographs on this site are generously taken by various photographers interested in supporting the mission and vision of WE International Philippines Inc. Contributing photographers: Marlon Hacia, Francis Gaerlan, Inna Ella
Saturday, Nov. 13th, USC TROY PHILIPPINES held its 4th annual Mabuhay Festival at the USC McCarthy Quad. This year the benefit concert raised money for WE International Philippines.
Glam-o-Mamas Amanda Jacob and Nicole Jacinto selected WE International Philippines as the beneficiary of their first event, The Stork Exchange- an innovative Mommy Market driven by the need to recycle and re-use. At the first Stork Exchange event, held on Saturday afternoon, September 18 at the M Cafe in Greenbelt, Makati, mommies and mommies-to-be had the opportunity to swap brand new and barely used childrens' and maternity items with one another and even have their toddlers cared for in an upstairs play area while they swapped and shopped. The event, which is the first of it's type in Manila, was a big success and was both fun and eye-opening for all of the participants. At the end of the event, even after all of the swapping had been done, there were many wonderful items still remaining, including baby bottles, blankets, clothing, toys and baby books.
ALL of these remaining items Glam-o-Mamas generously donated to WE International Philippines for the work that WE does with the children in Smokey Mountain. Generous Glam-o-Mamas Amanda and Nicole also donated a portion of the cash proceeds from the event to WE International Philippines to go towards funding the programs that WE runs in the Smokey Mountain Community. WE are very excited to be part of such a green, eco-conscious event and WE applaud Glam-o-Mamas for bringing such innovative and socially conscious events to Manila. WE thank Glam-o-Mamas for selecting WE International Philippines as a partner!
Archie Amago is a recent college graduate of the collaborative Student Sponsorship Program operated by WE International Philippines and Young Focus. Archie's talent and dedicated work ethic have led to his academic success as a college graduate, and has also led to his recent hiring as an employee with Ms. Djuna Rocha and Scarlet Begonia Flowers.
This position is a wonderful fit for the combination of Archie’s creative talent and the training he received as part of his business administration degree. After an initial period of being mentored by Ms. Rocha, Archie will certainly be a great addition to the Scarlet Begonia team. Archie is an inspiration to us and to the other students in the student sponsorship program, a real example that education and hard work do in fact create opportunities for success!
Archie has always been one of the most active students/teenagers at the student center and was the March 2010 winner of the "WE-Student of the Month Award", in the college student category. Archie's graduation from the City College of Manila with a degree in Business Administration has been a well-earned and much deserved accomplishment. Throughout his participation in the student sponsorship program, Archie has always demonstrated strong leadership skills, and a well developed ability to work with others.
Just weeks after his college graduation, Archie was a participant in the 10-day long WE-ExcelAsia training (a program which helped the participants significantly improve theirEnglish language ability). The skills Archie learned in the various WE sponsored workshops and seminars he attended throughout the program, have served Archie well, and he has frequently expressed his gratitude for all of the support WE has extended him.
Congratulations, Archie!!! WE are all extremely proud and excited for you and this new chapter of your life. WE would like to thank Djuna Rocha and Scarlet Begonia Flowers for believing in Archie, for recognizing his skills and ability, and for extending him this wonderful opportunity!
WE would also like to thank our partner in the Student Sponsorship Program, Young Focus, for the tireless effort of the entire Young Focus team in collaborating with us to make success stories like Archie a reality. WE wish both Archie and Scarlet Begonia Flowers continued success in the future!!!
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WE International Philippines, in collaboration with Young Focus, Scotty Mackinnon, Dominic Uy and Mighty Sports, built the Nathan Dasilva Basketball Court that was inaugurated on Saturday, 13 February 2010.
It was an emotional inauguration as the basketball court was constructed in memory of Mr. Mackinnon’s best friend – an avid basketball player who passed away in his senior year of high school. Mr. Alex Compton of WE International Philippines hosted the event that turned lively as soon as sponsored students and finalists of last year’s Amazing Dance challenge performed for the community and all of the friends and partners of WE that were in attendance.
Immediately following the unveiling of the basketball hoops that officially marked the Nathan Dasilva basketball court open for the Smokey Mountain community, a shoot-out activity led by Philippine Basketball Association veteran player Will Antonio from Coca Cola in the PBA, and a Dunk exhibition was put on by PBA Import Jason Forte - a real treat for the Smokey Mountain Community!
The Dasilva family, who live in Canada, helped tremendously in making the construction of the court possible through the generous financial contribution they made to WE. The Smokey Mountain Athletic Commission (SMAC) was also instrumental in helping the project come to fruition, and they will play an instrumental role in the maintenance of the court and the organization of upcoming basketball tournaments. The basketball hoops were generously donated by the Uy family and Mighty Sports.
In the works are upcoming basketball clinics for both our sponsored students and the community as a whole. Thanks again to everyone who helped make this day possible!
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On Sunday, August 23rd, the doctors, physical therapists and myotherapists at Intercare Clinic in Makati generously donated their time and skills and opened up their clinic for WE Help - a fundraiser to benefit WE International Philippines and the children of Smokey Mountain.
The concept of WE Help came from the daughter of Intercare's Founding Partner, Dr. Martin Camara, 7-year old Elle Camara - a little girl with a compassionate heart who has been an inspiration to us all. This on going project was sparked by Elle’s simple idea to use the tools available to us to help those less privileged and reminds us that it is never too early to start making a difference.
Thank you to everyone who supported this event and thank you to Elle Camara, Martin Camara and all of the Intercare staff for making this event possible and for giving so much of yourselves. It is through partnerships such as these that WE can all truly make a difference!