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FE Celebrates Hope for Children World Carnival Day in Manila, Philippines, 29th May 2010!

May 29th 2010 was a big day for FusionExcel in many parts of the world as it was also in the Philippines. It was Children's World Carnival Day during which more than a thousand kids were to experience the goodness of the Lord through FusionExcel and the many FE volunteers who helped make their day. The impoverished kids, ages 7-12 years old, from marginalized tribal communities and the poorest of the poor were treated to a good lunch, entertainment, medical treatment, t-shirts, snacks, scalarized bottled water, etc. in Pintong Bocawe, San Mateo, Rizal.

PD Jayjay Lizarondo and his brother, Pastor RJ, did a herculean job of putting everything in place at the venue. From the immediate area came 500 kids. From the tribal communities in the nearby hills came an additional 300 kids. Similarly, 200 kids from Payatas, Valenzuela and Caloocan were bused in by Pastor Ruel Abanto and Pastor Ed. Ttowardsnoon, an additional hundred or so from the town were likewise accorded the same blessings from FusionExcel.

The thousand-plus kids were divided into 10 groups, each representing one of 10 countries of the ASEAN, thus giving the event an international flavor. Each group then paraded down to their assigned sitting areas in the community covered courts where they were given their lunches and goody bags. 

FE Spokesmen Samboy Lim and Allan Caidic were there to grace the occasion too. So did Cory Quirino and her crew who did interviews and filming for her TV show. Our 10-year old child prodigy singer Clark Gamul gave very inspiring songs that should encourage all the youngsters there to rise above themselves and hopefully overcome their poverty. Likewise, song and dance numbers were rendered by various youth groups from the local church and the community. And of course, there was PD Pastor Art Medina who addressed the crowd to explain the aims and the projects of FE's Hope For Children through partnership programs with NGO's like HOP-E Foundation. PD Art Medina expounded on the holistic aims of "HOPE H.E.L.P.S.", where the acronym "H.E.L.P.S." stand for -- 

H - Health programs 
E - Environment preservation
L - Livelihood programs
P - Portable water
S - Scholarship programs

"Overall, it was very touching to see young boys and girls enjoying themselves and even relishing their hot meals! Follow-through projects are already in the works." - Presidential Director and Social Entrepreneur, Arthur Tuason. 

"On behalf of the Hop-E Foundation, I extend my warmest and sincerest thanks to the staff and officials of FusionExcel, as well as the Project coordinator of FusioneExcel's Hope for Children, for graciously supporting our foundation’s feeding program. On May 29, Hop-E and its partners converged to benefit more than a thousand kids (Tribes and locals) in San Mateo. The children enjoyed nutritious food generously shared by our partners, "Vitalac" who provided milk products. These kids were not only physically satisfied, they were also emotionally nourished through the love and care demonstrated by our volunteers. Change is truly is in our hands, and nothing is impossible if people work together. With supportive partners such as FusionExcel and Hope for Children, I believe we could truly change the whole world one kid at a time.  Mabuhay and Thank You! "  -  Presidential Director and Social Entrepreneur, Jayjay Lizarondo.

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