Wednesday, December 14, 2011

A Teacher's Advocacy

In Milo Davao Marathon helping kids have running shoes

with doctors and bloggers at indigenous community of Mt. Matutum on Christmas dental and medical mission

It has been my childhood dream to serve and although I don't have enough resources to help all the orphanages, home for the elders, the abused and the abandoned and the sick, I could only live each day with continued advocacy for good and healthy living through road and trail runs, out - reach activities to far - flung communities and victims of natural disasters, literacy and livelihood programs and committed teaching to young students.

My latest advocacy is now raising hundred pairs of slippers and school supplies for the indigenous community of Pao - Pao Elementary School of Sinawal.

buying dozens of pencils, rulers, notebooks and paper pads for the IP kids of Sinawal

And, when asked if I ever get tired, I could only say, "NO." It brings me a different kind of joy to help and I shall continue to help and with friends who share my advocacy, I know I can contribute to having CHANGE on earth.

supporting a company on their community - out - reach program for orphanages and home for the elders

in Red Cross Million Volunteer run supporting the international Red Cross cause

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