Thanks, oppa and unnie! San Pedro mayor Lourdes Cataquiz appreciates Korean donors
South Korea isn’t just bringing koreanovelas and K-pop to our shores; some of its organizations are helping the less fortunate.
San Pedro, Laguna Mayor Lourdes Cataquiz took to Facebook to thank the General Assembly of Presbyterian Churches in Korea, IDEA Korea at Salt & Light International for sending livelihood assistance and gift packs to the city’s women.
The livelihood support fund seeks to empower women and help them stand on their own by giving them a means to fend for themselves.
While we truly enjoy quirky Korean telenovelas and scream for its boy bands, it’s help like these that truly make an impact on people’s lives.
“Nakatanggap ng Livelihood Support Fund at gift packs ang mga kababaihan ng San Pedro mula sa General Assembly of Presbyterian Churches in Korea, IDEA Korea at Salt & Light International sa programang “Maraming Pag-asa Para sa mga Kababaihan (Able o Disabled),” noong March 14, 2018,” the mayor posted.
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