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Ex-Street Child
Testifies on Life’s
Lessons at IEC
CEBU CITY — Maria Georgina
“Maggie” Cogtas began scavenging
for metal scraps and plastic bottles
when she was 8 years old. She would
sell the items and, with her earnings,
buy food to be shared by her family.

JUNJIE MENDOZA/CEBU DAILY NEWS
Cogtas, now 21, and the
youngest of seven children, had
always thought being born into a
poor family meant that material
deprivation was the deepest expres-
sion of poverty. But growing up, she
realized that poverty goes beyond Cebu's street children
what can be seen with the eyes.
“As a child, I sacrificed playing
so we could survive. We had no
choice but to fend for ourselves,”
Saving Cebu’s
she told the 15,000 delegates of the
51st International Eucharistic Con-
gress (IEC) during her testimonial
Street Children
on Friday that life became more CEBU CITY—Eight-year-old Anita opening small plastic bags of cooked Parian Drop-in Center
difficult when their father left her (not her real name) wandered rice and vegetables. About 3 kilometers away, street
when she was 13 and her mother around Fuente Osmeña Circle in A baby, about 3 months old, children were feasting on spaghetti,
went to Manila to find a job. the city’s commercial area before was in her mother’s arms, wrapped fruit salad and cake for their Christ-
More than half her life, Cogtas New Year’s Eve, hoping that some- in dirty white cloth and sound mas-New Year party. It did not
had to deal with rejection, being one would give her P10 so she asleep. mean, though, that life at Parian
unable to express herself, emotional could buy a small sachet of milk for When asked where they came Drop-in Center is any better.
numbness, a broken home and a her little sister. from and if they had relatives in The center has been the refuge
disconnection from God and soci- “People these days are selfish. Cebu to spend the night with, she of many children who are abused,
ety. As a neglected street child, she They seldom give P5. They only give pointed a finger and blurted out an neglected and abandoned in the last
said she had to deal with the P1. Or they won’t give any money, angry stream of incorrigible words. 25 years, according to house parent
“pathetic, cold stares” of pedestri- just bread, the hard bread that “She doesn’t like people asking Nemesia “Nanay Meme” Cabarru-
ans and the “mocking stares” of doesn’t taste good,” she told the questions. She hates people with bias. It is being run by Children of
other children. Inquirer in Cebuano. cameras. You only use us so many Cebu Foundation Inc. and its opera-
Wearing faded clothes and people would watch television,” Ani- tions are funded partly by several
On edge of losing hope worn-out slippers, Anita was oblivi- ta said later when her mother calmed organizations and government agen-
“Back then, my posture was ous to the festivities while standing down. cies, including the city government.
stooped and my head always faced near a towering Christmas tree past They do not live on the side- Councilor Margarita Osmeña,
the ground,” she said. She was at the 7 p.m. Just a few feet away was her walks, she said, but move from place wife of Mayor Tomas Osmeña, is
brink of losing hope. mother, sitting on the stairs of the to place where they can find food. one of the prime movers of the proj-
skywalk that connects General Max- That night, it was near Fuente ect.
Continued next page ilom Avenue to F. Ramos Street and Osmeña Circle. Continued next page
2017 Board of Directors Saving Cebu's Street Children... continued from page 1
and Officers The children are lucky to have received Some children come from homeless families
many blessings, presents and food year-round, and live on the streets but still prefer spending
Nanay Meme said. But she added that they time with their mothers, fathers and siblings on
Mona Lisa Yuchengco, Founder and Chair
would not be there if they had no problems. “My Christmas and New Year.
Carlos Y. Abaya role as house parent is to take care of them and Still others have families, so on Christmas or
Leopoldo R. Briones, Treasurer listen to them,” she said. New Year, they spend these special occasions with
Sonia T. Delen, Secretary Nanay Meme, 55, never married and has no their loved ones.
Teddy Diaz De Rivera children. Children can stay up to one year in the cen-
Shirley B. Dimapilis “I’ve been a mother to more than a thou- ter as they undergo therapy sessions. Social work-
Dr. Edmundo B. Duldulao sand children. It cannot be avoided that I become ers assess their cases and recommend shelters or
J.D. Estella IV
part of their lives,” said the woman, who has organizations they will be transferred to for per-
Isagani F. Laguisma
James T. Lim, Executive Director assumed the role for the past 17 years. manent care.
Ben R. Olivas She hails from Malitbog in Southern Leyte About 35 children now live in the center.
Lyra Rufino-Maceda province, and came to Cebu to study. She earned Only boys, aged at most 10, and girls up to 18
Regina Manzana-Sawhney an education degree at University of the Visayas, years old are accepted, Nanay Meme said. “We
Elaine R. Serina, Ph.D. but did not have a license to teach. Instead, she avoid situations where teenage boys and girls
France M. Viana became a mother to children who need the love develop romantic relationships,” she said.
Chonette Zagala
and care of a parent. The children follow a daily routine, includ-
Raymond Virata, Administrative Assistant
ing doing household chores. The older children
Therapy for kids help give the younger ones a bath. They also also
“Some of them have fathers or mothers who help in cooking and washing clothes.
are in prison,” Nanay Meme said. The parent left “My wish for 2017 is for these children to
at home cannot take on the responsibility of tak- be happy … that even with their situation they
Financial Statement ing care of all the children, she said. will still feel joy in the little things that happen in
Philippine International Aid “Others leave home because they are physi- their lives,” she said.-Cris Evert B. Lato
Statement of Revenues cally abused. There are cases when their mother
and Expenditures remarried and they don’t feel safe around the Originally posted in http://newsinfo.inquirer.
For the year ended December 31, 2016
stepfather,” she said. net/866239/saving-cebus-street-children 
REVENUES
Ex-Street Child Testifies... continued from page 1
Fundraising Income $ 217,140
Cogtas, however, started to find healing in individuals would reach out to street children,
Campaign Contributions 14,198
Donations 20,235 God when she was offered by a church-based just as an organization reached out to her
Restricted Income 165,635 organization in Cebu, Dilaab Foundation Inc., before.
Investment Income 79 an academic scholarship in 2010. Only when bread is broken, just as Christ’s
Other Revenue 422
She graduated at the top of her class with a body was, she said, that it can be shared.
Total Revenues $ 417,709 degree in Psychology at University of Cebu in
October 2015. Material, spiritual poverty
EXPENDITURES
In exchange for her scholarship, Cogtas John Cardinal Onaiyekan, Archbishop of
Fundraising Expenses $ 77,792 would do volunteer work for Dilaab for one Abuja in Nigeria, said in his catechesis before
Licenses 105 year. She spends every Saturday with street chil- the testimonial that there is a link between
Utilities 2,464
dren, exercising, teaching them about hygiene, material and spiritual poverty.
Office Expenses 3,647
Professional Fees 12,100 catechism and other recreational activities. Spiritual poverty, manifested by selfishness
The Saturday Street Children Encounter, and indifference, is the main cause of unhappi-
Total Expenditures $ 96,108 as it is called by the group, is now approaching ness in the world and a great obstacle to peace.
GRANTS DISBURSED $ 253,262 its fifth year. He said this explains the dramatic contra-
dictions being experienced in the world right
EXCESS OF REVENUES Serving Street Children now.
OVER EXPENDITURES $ 68,339
Now, Cogtas is proud to say that she used Onaiyekan added that the Eucharist helps
Fund Balance 1/1/16 $ 321,705 to be a street child, scavenging for scraps to help the poor and the suffering understand what
(Note 1) her family survive. they are going through.
She just wished that the close to 60 street It is a good source of encouragement to the
Fund Balance 12/31/16 $ 390,045
children under her care would one day become poor to know that God is good and takes care of
Note 1 – The amount of $48,255 is committed and considered
restricted. public servants, policemen, teachers, nurses, his own.—Victor Anthony V. Silva
Note 2 – The organization is incorporated in the State of
doctors and even priests, who would also reach The full article can be found at http://news-
California. It enjoys Federal Tax Exempt status under Section out to other underprivileged youth. info.inquirer.net/760367/ex-street-child-testifies-
501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Tax I.D. Number
94-3008383. She said she hoped that more groups and on-lifes-lessons-at-iec. 
2 Philippine International Aid
Fundraisers 2016-2017
Photo by noel ferrer/snow photography

Photo courtesy of Mona Lisa Yuchengco
Singer Martin Nievera at 2016 Giving Hope to the
Children.

Giving Hope to the Children

F
or its 30th anniversary in 2016, PIA, together
with Wells Fargo, Cora and Pablo Tellez and The pilgrimage attendees in Israel, 2016
Philippine Airlines, presented a concert by Pilgrimages
singer Martin Nievera and his son, Robin. The PIA hosted a special pilgrimage tour to the Holy Land with Fr. Rey Culaba last October 30 to
event netted $116,000. November 11, 2016. The trip included visits to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv in Israel and a post-tour to Jordan.
For 2017, Hollywood Couples had the opportunity to renew wedding vows in Cana. This special fundraiser raised $10,000.
designer, Oliver Tolentino, In 2017, PIA organized a Marian pilgrimage to celebrate Fatima’s 100th anniversary. The group
will showcase his designs at visited Santiago de Compostela, Fatima and Lourdes, with Fr. Al Nambatac.
the luncheon fashion show
on November 19, 2017.
Sponsors are Cora and Pab-
lo Tellez and Philippine
Airlines. Oliver Tolentino

Golfing for the Children
PIA and John Magbitang/NY Life brought
the "Golfing for Children 2017" to the exclusive
greens of Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly City,
last June 26, 2017.

Photo courtesy of Mona Lisa Yuchengco
John Magbitang of
New York Life
Photos by REY "PHOTOMO" Guarin

This year's pilgrimage tour in Fatima

Tennis for the Children 2017
PIA's new tennis fundraiser was held on
October 22, 2017 at the Highland Recreation
Center in San Mateo, California and earned
$2,000.

Tennis volunteer organizers at the Highland
Recreation Center in San Mateo, California.
PIA volunteers at Lake Merced Golf Club in Daly
(L to R) Lloyd LaCuesta, Carl Mendoza and Jim
City, California
"Reggie" Regino.

Philippine International Aid 3
Grants for 2017

Scholars of the Alay Kapwa Education Center at the Paliparan Day Care The Aeta children under the care of ACAY Missions Philippines

Children from Davao School for the Blind A Child's World-A Growing Center

Scholars of the Child Alert Mindanao The T'Boli chidren of SIKAT

4 Philippine International Aid
Grants for 2017

Scholars of the "Off the Streets-Off to School" Program during their annual Christmas party
Off the Streets – Off to School Scholarship Program
A total of 1,034 students were enrolled for the school year 2016-2017 in various public schools in
Metro Manila. The following have graduated from college:

1. Kizia Magalao – B.S. Banking & Finance – Polytechnic University of the Philippines
2. Jonina Mae Magana – B.S. Civil Engineering – Mapua Institute of Technology
3. Mary Joy Gordoncillo – B.S. Food Technology – Unibersidad de Manila
4. Remina Espino – B.S. Marketing – University Rizal System
5. Dana Lei Mendoza – B.S. Business Administration – San Mateo Municipal College
6. Jan Irvin Teves – B.S. Tourism - University Rizal System
7. Hazel Mae Valdez – B.S. Business Administration – World Citi College
8. Jose Gregorio Babao – B.S. Tourism – Polytechnic University of the Philippines

I
n 2017, the PIA board approved to renew the following grants (for a description of each grant, please
visit: www.phil-aid.org):

Alay Kapwa Educational Foundation (Cavite and Cebu) - $12,000
ACAY Missions Philippines Inc. (Bataan and Manila) – $6,000
Bukid Kabataan Center (Cavite) - $9,000
Catholic Ministry to Deaf People, Inc. (CMDP) (Manila, Cavite and Bohol) - $10,000
Child Alert Mindanao (Davao) - $8,000
Davao School for the Blind - $4,000
ECPAT, Philippines (Manila) - $7,000
Kanlungan sa Er-Ma Ministry (Manila and Luzon) - $10,000
Katilingban Para sa Kalambuan, Inc. (Zamboanga) – $7,000
Open Heart Foundation Worldwide, Inc. (Manila) - $5,000
People’s Recovery, Educational, Developmental (PREDA) (Olongapo) - $5,000
Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Preschool (Alabang) - $5,000
School of Indigenous Knowledge & Tradition (SIKAT) (South Cotabato) -$4,000
The Child's Word - A Growing Center - $4,000
Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (San Francisco) - $5,000

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PIA Thanks
List of 2016 Contributors
(based on payments received by December 31, 2016)

Guardian Angel Helen Limcaoco Philippine Association of University Amando and Prudence Gaspar
$20,000 and above Zenaida Mallari Women Eric Joel Gatchalian
Jerry and Tina Gutierrez Marivic C. Agoncillo DDS Inc. Benjie Picardo Josephine Gerardo
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Lourdes D. Martinez Lydia and Edward Pomposo Denise Gonzalez
Katrina Montinola Devin Reed Virginia C. Gualberto
Manuel Monzon Virgina Rivera Juliet Gueco
Ninong/Ninang Rovimay Nubla Bess T. Roces Mary O'Connor Hauser
$10,000 - $19,999 Zinnia S. Orosa Maria Sabado Reed Henry
206 Tours Crisanto and Evelyn Raimundo Mario A. Santos Stuart and Rhoda Hing
Teddy and Jeanine Diaz De Rivera Rebarts Interiors/ Evangelne and Jose Santos HM Integrated Services
Cora and Pablo Tellez Becky and Bart San Diego Melissa and Danny Saulog Edward and Nena Ick
The Joseph R. McMicking Foundation Eric Relos Nylette and Danilo Saulog Inquirer Interactive Marketing
Regina Manzana Sawhney Akemi Schapira Jade Chocolates
Community Backer Rotary Club of San Jose Samuel Sheng Andrew Javellana
$5,000 - $9,999 Eliseo and Norma Serina Bernadette Borja Sy Gerald Jose
Benevity Community Impact Fund Enna R. Serina Winona Tan Helena Leiner Katz
Sonia T. Delen Mitchell Stark Lili Tarachand Steve Kech and Randy Ortega
Island Pacific Enterprises, Inc. George and Barbara Sycip Vicky and Brian Tierney Gail M. Kong
Manny and Lyra Maceda Tancinco Law Offices Union Bank of California Kubiertos LLC
Wells Fargo Community Thomasians, USA Employee Giving Lynn Leoncio Kukla
Support Campaign Toppings Din Corporation France M. Viana Lloyd LaCuesta
UBS Employee Giving Programs Dr. Anthony Villanueva Rafael J. Ladao
Benefactor United Way California Capital Region Remy Lahrman
$3,000 - $4,999 Dr. Cesar and Suzette Veluz Donor Nate and Mary Lane
AARP Bobet and Ruth Vera $300 - $499 Felicidad G. Lao-Domingo, M.D.
Alex and Barbara Abela Victor N. Villagracia Carmencita Agcaoili LBC Mundial Corporation
Agnes Y. Alikpala, M.D. Annabelle Yuchengco Adelmar Alcantara and Theodore Jojola Jonathan and Kai Lee
Dado and Maria Banatao Johann Yuzon Dan and Linda Altamirano Christopher and Diana Lerma
Beesley Montinola Fund Richard and Wilma Andrews Martin and Grace Licuan
Virginia V. Camara Patron Angelie Ang Aurora and Eric Linak
Carelink Home Health Agency $500 - $999 Joseph Anonuevo Luvican, Inc.
Maya Ong Escudero Carlos Miguel Y. Abaya Vincent Arcega Maria B. Marsella
Western Union Jose and Maria Albano Asian Pacific Fund Tina McDevitt
Carlos and Charles Manese Robert and Aurora Allie AT&T Employee Giving Carrick McLaughlin
Anne Hunt Archer Auntie Em's Fine Foods Lorna Mello
Consuelo H. McHugh
Ayalaland International Marketing Ronald Banks Evelyn Melone
John and Susan Ocampo
George and Frieda Baker Myra Banlawi Genaro E. Mempin
Ben and Rose Olivas
Ann Sanchez Bensurto Kavoos G. Bassiri Joan Mersch
Elaine R, Serina, Ph.D. and
Catherine Buan Lourdes Ramirez Beltran, DMD Mizuho Matching Gift Program
Andrew Chiang
Cynthia Carsolin-Chang, M.D. Romeo and Charito Benipayo Paul and Mely Mueller
United Way National Pension Consultants
USA Gateway Inc. Ma. Angela Castro Dolores Bernardo
Ann Bess Chanco Bradley Bertalan Andrea Ocampo
Mona Lisa Yuchengco Jennifer Olney and Brian Douglass
D-Scheme, Inc. Patrick J. Boland
Winston and Pam Damarillo Kevin and Martha Bornkamp Pascual & Associates
Sponsor Lieza Danan-Leon Arte Boutique Pia Gladys Perey
$1,000 - $2,999 Manzel De La Cruz Bright Funds Foundation Concepcion S. Peterson
A&E Building Maintenance Erlinda Dizon, M.D. Evangeline Canonizado Buell Philippine News
ABS-CBN International Eliza D. Duerme Bunso Breads Ruby Provost
Wendy Andong Diane Dwyer Sharp Frederic C. Calindas Nanette Ramos
ANX Home Healthcare Wilma and Noel Ferrer Benito and Ofelia Capuyan Ray Riess
Malou Babilonia Fil-Am Association of Foster City Mayles V. Casto Lourdes F. Rius
Leopoldo and Eloisa Briones Therese H. Finnegan Jeanifer L. Centeno-Grullon Edna and Rodel Rodis
Sherman and Ria Calinga Alicia Fortaleza Lloyd Chao Adolph and Normita Roldan
Renato and Josie Castaneda Giggles & Grins Dental Care Esther M. Chavez Maria T. Roque
Chevron Employee Giving Michael and Patricia Gonzalez Coffee Adventure Company Susan Po Rufino
Chevron Salvador and Leucia Gueco Beth Cortes-Palad San Francisco Premier Lions Club
Lito and Polly Cortez IBM Employee Services Center Sherida I. David Laarni San Juan
DAE Wilhelm and Theresa Ick Vicente and Grace David Richard and Ma. Lourdes Scheerer
Antonia David-Wright Sarah Jane Ilumin Emil and Magdalena De Guzman Jack and Robin Simke
Warren Delfin Ken and Lupita Kashiwahara Maria A. De Guzman Brenda Valencia Simson
Evelyn Dilsaver Adam and Ester Kotowski Delphi Consumer Insights Mary Jo Smith-Vaughn
Shirley B. Dimapilis Isagani F. Laguisma Felicito Desuasido Dr. Edmundo A. Somoza
Donor Network West Deborah D. Landstrass Christina M. Dunham Conchita Taylor
Edmundo and Tanya Duldulao Ernest and Mila Llorente Hotel Whitcomb Jessica Tcherepnine
Jose D. Estella, IV Dr. Rosanna Marquez Raquel Elsner Rosalina Tecson
AT & T FACES West Terry McGee Robert Estella Pio Roda Group LLC
Freddie and Marina Go Michael Miller Roy Ferreira Agnes C. Torres
Edgar Gomez Amy Millman-Kochis Joseph Ferrer Dr. Frank Tortorice
Gareth and Ruth Hill Eva M. Monroe Fil-Am Friendship Network Robert Troutman and Alejandro Diesta
Archie and Joyce Ibardolasa Leila L. Nachtigall Five J's Sisters Inc. Noe and Cora Tuason
Margaret Lapiz Mark and Imelda Oppenheim Genedine Floresca Marissa Vargas
New York Life Insurance Co. Consuelo Pallas William P. Fuller IV Nina Verias
James and Cay Lim Linda Victoire-Byers

6 Philippine International Aid
Angela M. Watts Filipina Women's Network Lourdes Olivares-Agcaoili, M.D. Friend
Karen S. Webb Filipino Bar Asso. of N. California Nora Ongpin
Below $100
Weddings and Dreams John and Allison Fisher Maria Osmena, M.D.
Marianne Almajose
Vicky Wong Ernie and Emuelda Flores Marisa Otto
Amazon Smile
Ato and Jojie Yap Ernie Floresca Our Happy Kids, Inc./
Christine Araneta
Celine Young Constante Foronda Ana Mari D. Hernandez
Maribel Arizmendiz
Dulce Franke Deborah G. Ouyang
Fernando and Elvira Aryan
Leonard and Maria Fu, DDS Victoria S. Padilla
Supporter Leslie Fullerton-Pacis Leon Palad
Michael Balaoing
$100 - $299 Nelson Baltazar
Pacencia Gacoscos Ralph Panganiban
A & E Home, Inc. Ronald Bandar
Angelina Gaddi Gerry Pangilinan
Antonio Abarquez Alyssa Bentz
Eric Gagui Romel Panopio
ABS-CBN Foundation Oscar Bernardino
Lillian Galedo Patio Filipino
Susan J. Aguado Charina Camara
Corinna A. Gamez, M.D. PG&E Employee Giving
Marian Alabanza Jean Cavin
Bernie Gano Philippine American Press Club
Jossie Alegre Nancy Chew
Juanito Gatpandan Therese Pimentel
Roel Almares Joseph and Celeste Chow
Eleanor Gilbert Rely and Marilyn Pio Roda
Maria L. Amora Claims Services and Advocacy, LLC
Alain and Anne Gregorio Vivian Poblete
Annette Anderson Praxedes Claveria
Juliet Gueco Yumiko Prentice
Rosario B. Angeles Jenny Clemente
Leslie Anna Guevarra Eric Quema
Jesse Ante Kimberly Davalos
Mario Guillermo Primo Quesada
Bruce and Alva Appel Eduardo Deang
Hana Zen Maria Raimundo
Eliseo Argamaso Alexander Demalas
D. T. Hand Ramon and Vilma Ramboyong
Azecena L. Arguelles, M.D. Katherine Dulany
The Handlery Hotel Reginald Ramirez
Jaime and Ma. Cecilia Ascalon Jack Kwan Eng
Noah Haong Joanna Ramos
Ronnie and Ligaya Avenida Ed Esteban
Harbor Villa Restaurant Cleo Ravanera
Trinidad Balbuena, M.D. Nina Estella
Manuel Hernando Gary Resurreccion
Mark Bamba Eleanor Fernandez
Christopher Hest John W. Rhodes, Jr.
Rosie Barrett Anna Flores
Zosima Maria Hill Thomas Rocas
Duarte Bautista Maryjane Fuster, DMD
Hillsborough Manor Berndette and Carmelo Roco
Diana B. Bautista Marsha C. Golangco
Nathalia C.Hizon Rosario Rodolfo
Gener Bautista Jessica Gomez
Julieta Hudson Louis T. Rodrigo
Nelson Beato L.J. and P.S. Gotuaco
Hwang Law Group Al Rodriguez
Cecilia Bella Michael Guingona
Marissa Imperial Vangie and Greg Roja
Reginald Bernabe Nancy Harrington
Liza Infante Agnes and Michael Rosales
Amy Bernardo Cynthia Hipolito
J. Maliksi & Associates Amanda Rosales
Marie Bernardo William Hu and Jessica Meksavan
Leslie and Jim Kaji Edmon Rosil
Wilma Bontuyan-Maniago, M.D. Susan Javier
Clarissa Kao Aouie and Leonard Rubio
Books for the Barrios Magdalena Juan
Claudette Klein Pixie Rufino
Fernando Briosos Vera May Lagasca
Yuko Kobayashi Alex Ruiz
Susan Brissenden-Smith Arvin and Catherine Lee
Vanessa Kwan Salesforce
Alexander M. Brown Kin Lei
Carla and Jon Lanuza Anthony Salumbides
Barbara K. Bundy Johnny and Julie Lu
Eileen Laurena Sonny Salumbides
Margaret G. Burke Maria Luntao
Gloria Lavina-Mijares Inez F. Sandejas
Tony Bush Benjie Madarang
Edward Libunao Ramon Santana
Lucia C. Cabreros, M.D. Paulita Malay
Jo Lim Dr. Danilo Santiago
Rosario Calderon Jose Masinas
Antonio Limgenco Leo Santiago
Virgilio and Constancia Carpio Lindsey McClenahan
Andy Litton Richard and Maria Santos
Isabella Carrera Josie R. Mendoza
Ruben Llagas George Schuck
Antonio Chanco Beverly Moncada
Raffy Llemos Scrubbed.net
Alexandria Christakos Kenneth Nagar
Ramon Lopez Sedgwick, LLC
Rene P. Ciria Cruz Mark T. Ng
Isabel V. Lovina SF-Manila Sister City Committee
Sarah Jane F. Cobb Marissa Niles
Edwin Lozada Leda Stankovic
John Coelho Erlinda and Ricardo Noble
Dr. William D. Lubart Carissa Suarez
Wennie Conedy NPO
Rafael C. Lumanlan Ana Sycip
Erica Cortez Elle Ornido
Mark Ly Rey Tancinco
Jeff Cortez Monica Ortega
John and Sheryl Magbitang Richard Taylor
Joseph Cu, M.D. Alfredo Patiag
Emma M. Magbitang Arnel and Vivian Tecson
George Datiles Ernie Parrish
Purisma Magdaraog Ronnie Tolentino
Elias De La Cruz Goya Perez-Jones
Michael Gil Magnaye Travelfast International, Inc.
Cary De Las Llagas PG&E Corp. Campaign for the
Kami Magpusao Maria Y. Urquhart
Tony Dee Community
Patricia S. Makalintal Xavier and Ma. Eloisa Valdes
Ceasr Del Castillo Winah Polito
Romulo Mangoba Irwin Ver
Honor and Evangeline Del Castillo Prime Gate Financial
Clementina Manio, M.D. Lea Ver
Mirian Del Rosario Prowave Media
Teresa Manzano Milagros Vizcarra
Bea De La Cruz David Ren
Grace Madamba Tony Vizcarra
Lydia De La Cruz Franklin Ricarte
Eliodoro Marasigan Ronald Wagner
Adrian Diaz De Rivera Marissa Robles
Jackie Martin Ethel A. Ward
Jacinta Diaz De Rivera Antonio Rocha
Ma. Theresa S. Martinez Michael and Sherry Wright
Noel Diaz De Rivera Sophia Rodolfo-Sioson
Estela C. Matriano Jan Yanehiro
Alejandro A. Diesta Erlinda Ronas
Katrina Mayol Yoke Voon Yap and Flor de Lyz Lucas
Clarissa Dimacali Rebecca Rottman
MC Business Development Corp. Terry Yee
Jim Dominguez Teresa V. Schnabel
Denise Miles Marcelo and Cirila Ysip
Tom Donnelly Jaimini Sodha
Michael Miller Jeremy Yu
Patrick Edsell Luz Sumagang
Nicolas Montero Mary Anne Yu, DMD
Yvonne Eisenman Jennifer Sun
Katrina Montinola Ms. Luisa S. Yujuico
Elaine M. Cabreza, DDS Gloria Tan
Daniel Morris Kathleen V. Yulo
Elaine Elinson Lourdes Tan
Freda Motak Chonette Zagala
Juannie Eng Mauro Tumbocon
Maximo and Patria Natividad Jesus Zapanta
Fe and Marico Enriquez C. Valentine
Ma. Theresa Nava Zarate Dulany Law
Carmen F. Esteva Tessie Evelyn Velicaria
Jennifer Navasero JS Watan
Jaime Fernandez Gemma Nemenzo
Rosemarie Fernandez Patricia Yadao 
Rona Nicolas
Jose Ferrer Maria Teresa D. Ojeda

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