‘Bake’ a Difference: HAPI-Zambales’ Bread-Giving – Wave 4

Posted by Shane | Posted on April 6, 2021

By Anthony Van Catayong
HAPI Zambales Lead Convenor

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The fourth and latest wave of HAPI Zambales’ Bread Donation Drive was extra special as our dear friend, Christopher L. Geake, sponsored our bread-giving last April 1. (He celebrated his birthday the day afterward on April 2!)

As with the previous waves of the Bread Donation Drive, we delivered 1,000 pieces of bread rolls to our regular beneficiary, San Marcelino District Hospital  (SMDH) in the province of Zambales. Specifically, our recipients were the patients and hospital staff of SMDH.

Mr. Geake is also our sponsor for the upcoming PoZ Kamustahan, a seminar for the People Living with HIV (PHLIV) community in the Olongapo and Zambales area.

Thank you for your generosity and all the things you do for humanity. Again, HAPI, happy birthday to you, Christopher! From your HAPI family, we wish you all the best things in life!

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Van Catayong

Van Catayong is the Lead Convenor of HAPI-Zambales, along with his partner Garry.

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