Embrace Organization for Differently Abled Inc. Holds 7th Year Celebrations

Monday, March 18, 2024

If you've gone to an Embrace Cafe and had a cuppa joe, you already are helping a lot of people. We learned about this today as Embrace Organization for Differently Abled Inc. is holding a 3 day event at the EVM Convention Center in Central Avenue, Quezon City. This is part of their efforts to celebrate their 7th year anniversary, an important milestone in the organization's aim to help in the plight of our differently abled brothers and sisters, so they too could lead normal lives. Aside from fun booths, they held workshops (facilitated by Quezon City) so they could get training certificates they could use as extra merits when they apply for jobs in different companies. Parents, actual persons with "THISabilities" also showcased their different businesses, products that have individual stories of triumph no matter what condition they are in.

Embrace Chairperson Ms. True Santos-Matias says "We at Embrace always had a vision of a caring world for them. With the help of God, we continue to share different projects and help people especially those who are differently abled. Thank you for being here this morning as we all take part in bringing awareness for this cause in hopes to inspire others to do the same."

There will also be an exhibition for the works of PWD's so they could showcase their work and some sign language training sessions for those who would want to learn about it courtesy of the Christian Society for the Deaf. The Quezon City local government also had a booth for those who would want to apply for ID's, as it's very important for identification on discounts for medicines and services. 

Present during the occasion was leaders from the Church of Christ, NET25 broadcasters Ali Sotto, Love Añover, Tonipet Gaba, and their members.

I went out having a sense of happiness that there are efforts to help our differently abled brethren so they can live, put food on the table and help their families. Go patronize their businesses as all proceeds go to the various differently abled persons they employ, and their families across the country!


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