A HAPI Volunteer Recognition Day

Posted by admin | Posted on May 2, 2016

Today, May 2nd,  the HAPI volunteers took a break and enjoyed a day of lavish food and swimming at Villa Ortaleza Resort, Calamba, Philippines.

It is our pleasure to share our happiness to these volunteers who painstakingly and judiciously feed our kids, besides  share their compassion and knowledge.
Volunteering develops their sense of responsibility,  camaraderie and caring attitude.
We sincerely appreciate their hard work which started in December, 2014.

We thank our HAPI volunteers for what they do for humanity, especially Jamie del Rosario Martinez, our Project Implementer and Admin of HAPI kids’ NutriCamp.
We also thank our regular and new donors who made this event feasible.

The precious super human being behind this very successful project is Jamie del Rosario Martinez.
You may contact her directly at jamie@hapihumanist.org

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