I am Hope Organization is a charity institution that leads by Ms. Bea Alonzo and her close friend Ms. Rina Navarro. Ever since the beginning of this pandemic crisis, I am Hope Organization actively help our “kababayans” who are in need.
SOS Children’s Villages is the world’s largest non-governmental organization focused on supporting children without parental care and families at risk.
On Monday afternoon, July 6. Ms. Bea Alonzo accompanies her organization in the turn over of goods and donations for SOS Children’s Village located in Alabang, Muntinlupa City.
As she shares in her Instagram post, she was welcomed with those children living there. She spends her afternoon playing with those children. She even shares that one of the kids gave her a flower made in paper.
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Today, I went to visit the SOS Children's Village with the I AM HOPE team to turn over donations. We also learned the story behind this organization. They’ve helped so many kids around the world for 70 years already ❤️ In the Philippines, they have seven other villages spread around the country, aside from the one we visited in Alabang this afternoon, and we were so impressed to see how organized and how well-managed their programs are. You see, theirs is a different kind of an orphanage; they create a sense of family inside the village wherein they place the kids (and most of the time, the siblings are placed in the same house) with a ”NANAY.” They grow up in this household until they are adults and can take care of themselves. Seeing them smile back at me, even with masks on, is a reflection of how we can still have HOPE amid chaos. Maraming Salamat @sosphilippines . . . @iamhope_org @thisisrinanavarro @iam_mariamay @dunkin_ph @puregold_ph @mangdomengpasig #GusCosio . . Video from @sosphilippines 🙏🏻
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Ms. Bea Alonzo is one of the well-known actresses in our Entertainment Industry in our country. She is such an inspiring person with a big heart. She is one of the Kapamilya who needs our prayers and guidance in what her home station struggling right now.
More blessings for you Ms. Bea Alonzo and your I am Hope Organization.