Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Nationwide Pamaskong Handog 2010


It took me almost three months before I had the chance to update this blog. Too many things have happened in my life, so many that I almost forgot that time passes by so quickly. I just want to share with you first the happiest moment in my life that occurred during the months of December 2010 and January of this year.
The project beneficiary was situated at Barangay Culiat, Tandang Sora, Quezon City. Photo was taken together with our relative in a certain Congregation, Sister Lanie, who serves as the Project Coordinator. After this project, she was transferred. She is now assigned to Bacolod City. Another anticipated long journey this year.



Photo of the nuns together with my aunties
Project beneficiary was located at Barangay Imus, Kawit, Cavite--- the place where the project originated. Photo of Project implementor Ms. Ma. Lourdes Bugay-Amann, my loving and very generous aunt together w/ my other aunt, Ms. Thelma Bugay.
The 3rd site of the Pamaskong Handog program was at barangay Pto. Rivas Ibaba, Balanga City, Bataan. In photo was my Uncle Rey who handed a bag of groceries to lucky beneficiary. My sister-in-law was in charge of the roll call of beneficiaries.
In photo is one of the lucky beneficiaries of Pamaskong Hanapbuhay worth P5,000. The recipient was teary-eyed when my uncle handed the cash. It so happened that on the same day, the recipient's niece was in hospital and had no money for medication. God is really good.
The 4th site of Pamaskong Handog project was at Barangay Dirita, Botolan and Palanginan Zambales. Approximately 450 lucky recipients were given bags of groceries, cash for selected senior citizens and Pamaskong Pangkabuhayan to some luckier recipients.
Pamaskong Handog recipients from Barangay Dirita, Botolan and Palanginan Iba, Zambales. 
This photo of Pamaskong Handog recipients was taken at Carreta Cemetery in Cebu.  As per Father Max Abalos written article "In Carreta Cemetery, right in the heart of Cebu City, there are approximately 30 families living inside the graveyard and another 30 families who go there everyday to earn a living. Carreta Cemetery is in-between two other cemeteries: the Chinese and Municipal Cemeteries. Business establishments surround the cemetery."

Pamaskong Handog distribution photo with the Projector Implementor-Ms. Ma. Lourdes Bugay- Amann (My Aunt) and Father Max Abalos, SVD of Carreta Cebu.

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