THE Abaca Baking Company (ABC) turned over raised funds amounting to P131,187.50 to the Glory Reborn Organization on Aug. 27, 2019.
The donation was for the benefit of marginalized mothers and babies in Cebu; it was received by Glory Reborn’s founders Hilary and David Overton.
The Abaca Group, which ABC is part of, has partnered with Glory Reborn; it has been supporting the organization’s mission and initiatives for over a decade now.
For Mother’s Day 2019, ABC sold special SweetHero morning muffins in all of the company’s nine branches in Cebu City—Crossroads Mall in Banilad, the Terraces and Rustan’s 2F at Ayala Center Cebu, Paseo Arcenas in Banawa, Robinsons Cybergate and Galleria, TGU Tower and Filinvest Cyberzone in IT Park and the Northwing of SM City Cebu.
“We are proud to support and partner with Glory Reborn Organization. Their mission of helping moms and babies in need is very close to our hearts, and we are more than happy to help its initiatives in our own way. We would also like to thank our generous customers who purchased the SweetHero muffins. Their kindness will definitely go a long way,” said Jason Hyatt, founder of the Abaca Group.
For her part, Hilary thanked the Abaca Group for its generosity and its “successful Mother’s Day initiative, which gives hope to Glory Reborn’s community of mothers. Abaca Baking Company, thank you for making such delicious SweetHero muffins and honoring the sweetest heroes of our community, mothers.
“From our sweet heroes to yours, thank you!” said Hilary, who manages Glory Born’s clinic where over 3,500 healthy babies have been birthed.
All of the proceeds will be used to help the non-profit organization’s free maternity clinic in Barangay Basak San Nicolas, Cebu City.
At the clinic, Glory Reborn offers health education for expectant mothers, labor and delivery service, postpartum checkup and newborn care backed by healthcare professionals.
The organization also extends its services outside to the outskirts with its weekly community outreach where team members visit marginalized communities and provide expecting mothers in need of quality medical services.
Founded in 2003, Glory Reborn Organization envisions a community with “healthy moms, healthy babies and hopeful hearts” by providing compassionate and holistic care to moms and babies in need.
For more information and to donate or sponsor a mom, visit the organization’s website: www.gloryreborn.org. Interested donors can contact its landline (418-9337). (S)