Never-Never Land is Back! Jake and the Never Land Pirates a Hit on Disney Junior

Many of us grew up knowing about the wonders of Never Land—Peter Pan, Tinker Bell and the Lost Boys took Wendy and her siblings to great adventures, and we all gleefully tagged along. Who could forget the fearsome yet silly Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, and the funny Tick Tock the Crocodile who always tried to eat Hook? Continue reading »

Rice-ing up for Street Children

 

 

It’s the same story: mommy prepares veggies; child says no; mommy chases, threatens, and bribes; child cries and finally mommy relents and prepares hotdogs.  This is the case for every other household you visit in the country – but what about those children who aren’t even given a cupful of rice; much less a choice between vegetables and hotdogs? Continue reading »

Say No to Child Abuse

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. We know it happens. We know we can stop it. We are not powerless.

As a FACEBOOK, TWITTER, GOOGLE PLUS User, you can HELP. Join the SOCIAL MEDIA USERS’ DAY OF ACTION AGAINST CHILD ABUSE.

Show your solidarity with victims and survivors of child abuse and exploitation. Show your support of NGOs, government agencies, people’s organizations, baranggay volunteers, police officers and others working to prevent and address incidences of abuse.  Continue reading »

TOMS Give Fair: Give Joy, Give TOMS

Let’s all get together for the TOMS GIVE FAIR on December 4, Sunday at 10am-4pm at the Trinoma Park, 4th Level,Trinoma Mall. Do some Holiday shopping at the first-ever TOMS Pop-Store in the country and, treat yourself to all the wonderful activities TOMS has lined up for you to enjoy a fun-filled family friendly day. It’s their way of saying thank you and getting everyone into the Holiday Giving Spirit and I’m sure that they will have amazing christmas gift ideas

Time For Us To Listen

Deaf Awareness Week came about through Presidential Proclamation No. 823 issued on November 8, 1991, Eversince many has heeded the call for the observance of Deaf Awareness Week on November 7-13. This year with the theme “Educate. Enrich. Empower, private, special schools with programs for the deaf, and Special Education (SpEd) Centers are urged to undertake activities in support of the celebration. Continue reading »

WOMEN’S SUMMIT SET AT PTTC

Majority of micro, small and medium enterprises are run by women.  According to the Women’s Business Council of the Philippines (WBCP), Department of Trade and Industry figures count as many as 900,000 businesses in the MSME category and about 60% of them are registered by women. Continue reading »