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Big Day in Davao!

I was feeling a little low recently because I had to move the scheduled second distribution of pencils in Northern Samar to a later date due to rough weather. But God is good, He made me feel so much better through some kindhearted people in Davao City.

All that was needed to lift my spirit up were these:

These were taken from the first distribution of Pens of Hope in Davao last August 9. Kikit and her team composed mostly of volunteers from Ateneo de Davao’s Social Involvement Coordinating Office (SICO) with the help of Kabantan-onan Nga Aktibo ug Responsableng Dabawenyo Andam Moalagad sa Syodad (KARDAMS) have thoroughly planned the activity. The result was a day of fun and excitement for the children as well as for the volunteers who did not only distribute pencils but also played with the kids! Cool! πŸ™‚

I hope you can visit the blog of Pens of Hope in Davao to read more about what transpired on that day and leave comments to inspire the volunteers more πŸ˜‰ Oh, did I mention that they are now gearing up for the second distribution? Wish them luck when you visit their blog. More pictures of the distribution can be found here.

To Kikit and all the volunteers, congratulations for a job well done! And thank you very much for bringing Pens of Hope to Davao!

Posted 7 years, 10 months ago at 10:20 am.

18 comments

18 Replies

  1. Godbless you Miss N, continue spreading love, not only in samar and davao but in the whole philippines,Ü dumami sana ang mga kagaya nyo,Ü

  2. keep up the good work! πŸ™‚

    will visit POH Davao’s page later for the details.

    BTW, when’s the next distribution for POH Samar?

    Also, Pens of Hope has a Facebook page na, Sandi Martin did it. We signed up and been trying to recruit for more kindhearted people to support the cause. πŸ™‚

  3. Miss N, thank you very much for letting us adopt your project. If not because of your bright idea, we couldn’t have done it. πŸ™‚ Hope everything’s doing well. God bless. πŸ™‚

  4. huwaw!! nag enjoy mga bata!!!

    sana nandito ako
    para mag enjoy din at makatanggap ng pencils

    πŸ˜€

    kamusta!!!!!!!!!!

  5. napapatitig talaga ko sa aso!!

  6. yehey! congrats and good job Davao!

    keep it up:D

  7. grabe talaga ang comitment mo miss n.

    saludo ako sa iyo at sa mga kasama mo.

    sabi nga diba? God bless us to bless others. πŸ˜‰

  8. ako din! saludo!!!

  9. tlgang nag second the motion c jason oh… hehe

  10. Hi mis n,
    i really admire ur dedicatn 4 this project.
    Congratz to all volunteers.u’r every step adds hope to every child.

  11. Hi mis n,
    i really admire ur dedicatn 4 this project.
    Congratz to all volunteers ang of course 2u ms n.u’r every step adds hope to every child.

  12. nakakatuwa. full of hopes ang pens of hope! πŸ™‚
    ang galing galing ^_________^
    kudos to ate kikit and to u ms n πŸ™‚

  13. Congrats sa lahat ng volunteers. More power to all the kids na nabiyayaan at mabiyayaan pa…

  14. excited na ako mapunta sa Davao, lalo na sa Diwalwal… sana malapit na….

  15. Hi Miss N!

    Nice to be back here. Napadaan lang to say hi pero hiatus mode pa rin ako. πŸ™‚

    Good luck sa Pens of Hope Davao and to its volunteers. More power sa iyong advocacy Miss N πŸ™‚

  16. hi Ms. N.:)

    come hell or high water, di paawat ang iyong proyekto ano..

    the smile on the faces of those indigent kiddo’s are just among the token u earned out of this humble project of yours..

    great job too for all the volunteers out-there..looking forward to see ur mission in manila nxt year..i must be there na.rgds

  17. wow! do you are really doing a great mission for the Lord!

    at sa Davao pa!

    thanks for the outreach you have extended on my kababayans…

    Happy Kadayawan Day!

  18. more power sa Pens of Hope. Marami na talagang natulungan yan! Tuwing makakakita ako ng batang may hawak ng lapis, alam ko magiging magaling siyang tagapagkwento sa pamamaraan ng panulat balang araw!


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