Posts Tagged ‘Kuya Center for Street Children

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Nov
15

RotaKids’ Maligayang Bata Project by Rotary Club of Cubao

[Press Release] Maligayang Bata is the very first project initiated by the RotaKids and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cubao.  The project brings an early Christmas gift for the underprivileged children under the care of Kuya Center, a non-government organization based in Cubao, Quezon City that takes care of street children.  A total of 40 street children age 9 to 15 years old will be treated to a fun-filled day at the Enchanted Kingdom in Santa Rosa Laguna.

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I can’t believe I’m doing this again for the ninth time!  Wow!  Now I’m counting down the days to my first decade of running and blogging!  Thank you so much for still supporting my blog and I look forward to more years of contributing to the running community. I’m currently on a long trip on […]

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