German NGO taps Can+Hear in relief ops-A A +A
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
AKTION Kleiner Prinz, a non-government organization (NGO) from Germany, tapped the services of Can+Hear Marco Emmanuel Charity Inc. to facilitate the distribution of relief goods for children in Barangay Lagtang, Talisay City and in Barangay Kinalumsan, Lapu-Lapu City.
Last Nov. 30, Can+Hear distributed 100 pieces of brand new children’s clothes in Lapu-Lapu.
On Dec. 22, the group also gave out 200 pairs of slippers and goods to the children in Talisay City.
The two activities were part of Aktion’s humanitarian mission aimed at promoting the children’s welfare.
The volunteer from Aktion Kleiner Prinz (Action Little Prince) was Teresita Koopmann, a retired nurse, while the representatives from Can+Hear were Anita Velez, Tessie Muigo Eby and some working scholars, namely, Clyde Rupert Escalona, Sheela Almecin, Narlien Tunacao, Genevieve Broce, Cristal Olasiman, Jefferson John Bardago and Marco Emmanuel V. Mercado.
Can+Hear, a non-government organization, aims to inspire and give hope to the less privileged by providing humanitarian programs, such as free dental mission, barangay mass feeding, distribution of free books to different day care centers, distribution of relief goods and gift-giving.
To know more about Can+Hear or to sponsor any of the group’s humanitarian services, one may contact Dr. Emman at 0926-6279449 or like the group’s Facebook page: Can+Hear Marco Emmanuel Charity Inc.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on January 15, 2014.