ATH gives back to Associacion de Damas de Filipinas

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Making children smile is one of the enduring goals of the Asia–Pacific Talent Hub (ATH) outreach programs. After giving back to the Kythe Foundation beneficiaries and Typhoon Yolanda victims, the ATH donated sacks of rice, diapers, wall fans and food packs to 91 children of Associacion de Damas de Filipinas, Inc. in Paco, Manila. The facility looks after abandoned, neglected, orphaned, foundling and dependent children who are in need of special care and whose families and relatives cannot provide their basic needs.

With the help of Orphanage Program Coordinator Ms. Rhomina Jhona Suan, the ATH Outreach Committee was able to identify items that the children need the most. Almost 60 children with innocent smiles and warm hugs welcomed the very much elated ATH managers and senior associates. The children also showcased their dancing prowess as they performed the “Whoops Kiri.” To express their appreciation, eight children formed the word THANK YOU and another two recited a poem thanking God for the kind-hearted people helping them.

At the end of the program, Ms. Suan delivered a heartfelt message to the ATH Outreach Committee, saying “Taos puso po kaming nagpapasalamat sa inyo at sana’y pagpalain kayo ng Diyos. Maraming Salamat po.”