HAPI Kids – First year with HAPI -2

Posted by admin | Posted on December 23, 2015

HAPI ‘s second anniversary celebration was with the HAPI kids in Alabang whom we have been providing services to since early 2015, dubbed as HAPI Bimonthly Nutritional Campaign.

What better way to celebrate their first anniversary than be with the top HAPI Officers?
Our HAPI Executive Director, Jennifer Gutierrez came as Supergirl, and Lex de la Torre came as Iron Man spreading humanism, happiness and equality.

Our HAPI Project Implementer Jamie del Rosario Martinez has done it again: Kudos and more power! Great job (again)

Many, many thanks to all individual donors and most especially to our first donor who has made this celebration a reality and for their continued support:

HAPI Founding Chairperson, Marissa Torres Langseth aka ms M

our biggest donor since 2013, and The American Humanist Association (AHA), whom ms M has been a member since 2011.
Indeed, kindness begets kindness.

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