Welcome to Empower Philippines!
We raise funds.
We ask for books.
We seek for voluntary services.
We listen to personal stories of the poor and those with special needs and in turn share them to the community to raise awareness about their reality.
Utilizing all these, we identify those most in need and help them get back on their feet so that they can independently build their dreams for themselves and for their families.
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How do you Empower Someone?
Empower someone by starting with yourself and sharing with others.
- Arceli Caldejon
Empowering someone is giving him wings to fly…
- Maria Magdalena T Arceo
I can empower by simply listening to someone who needs it…
- Abby Canlas Rueda
Be a contributor to the world around you, no matter how small or big the deed maybe as long as it’s from the heart, it can and it will empower and emanate the goodness that you have bestowed. What you sow will always be what you reap.
- Pauline Baldado-Yap
Personally, to empower someone is to believe in his/her capability as a person when society or circumstances strip him/her of it….and when that self esteem back in him… then we equip them so they can move on and have their own chance to own the world again…
- Jomel Cruz
Empowering could be appreciating and indulging ourselves and others to acknowledge our strengths and look beyond our weaknesses.
- Janet De Guzman
We empower others by giving them hope!
- Vivien Tucker
I feel empowered when people around me trust that I am someone they can depend and rely on. That they believe that I have the capability to make a difference, that with courage, perseverance and hard work that tasks or dreams that seem impossible are attainable. I suppose if pay this forward to other people, they will feel empowered as well.
- Cynthia Marquez Quiroz
Empowering someone means acknowledging one’s potentials and capabilities. It also means giving the person your full trust in order to declare him or her confident and composed in everything that he or she does. In capsule, it means providing one a set of wings and teaching him/her to use these wings to soar all possibilities!
- Lodie P. Celis
By teaching them some skills.
- Elizabeth Urmenita
Empower means giving joy to other people and making them happy even in simple things or ways,and most especially going down with their level….
- Susan Nuqui
Sometimes just “standing” in spite of all opposition can encourage and empower someone.
- Ana L Harris
As a photographer, each time I take pictures on my camera for Empower Philippines and from what my eyes can see through my lens, I am able to express to others how marvelous it is to help out without expecting anything in return, especially when helping the poorest of the poor. Interestingly, I feel such intense empowerment in me whenever I empower others.
- Roy M. Yusi (Official photographer of Empower Philippines)
Our Generous Sponsors
A 126-bed community hospital located in the beautiful Southern California, Chino Valley Medical Center serves a diverse population and incorporates elements of urban, suburban, and rural medicine offering a wide array of patient services. Thank you, Chino Valley Medical Center!
Drs. Aaron, Bruce, and Rick Molen and their talented team work hard to create beautiful smiles for South King and North Pierce County with three locations in Auburn, Enumclaw, and and Sumner Washington. They offer a comfortable and caring environment for adults and children needing braces. Thank you, Molen…
Lakeland Hills Elementary, the home of the Wildcats, is located at 1020 Evergreen Way SE in Auburn, Washington and serves students from kindergarten to fifth grade in the Lakeland Hills development. Their mission statement is to empower a community of learners for lifelong success.Thank you, Lakeland Hills!
The Castro family hails from Chino Hills, California. Jon works as the Operations Manager of Neldys Enterprises, a home for the developmentally challenged. Liezle, his wife, is busy working as a Charge Nurse at the Medical- Surgical Telemetry Unit at Chino Valley Medical Center. Blessed with three very active…
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel and Janie Clerc and Family. – Jane, Dan, Hannah, Sam, and Rachel Clerc live and work in the Pacific Northwest. "We have searched for meaningful charities that have foundational impact, that touch lives in a way that serves to perpetuate the gifts of God, and…
Larry and Ofelia are both retired now and just enjoying life together. They love traveling and doing some volunteering for other charity works at Los Angelitos orphanage in Baja California, Mexico. Thank you to the Margolis couple!
Ponce Family – Edwin and Ann raise their family in San Francisco, California. Genesis, Jeremiah, and Sebastian are their three sons who keep them busy. Besides their work and family, they love to spend time with friends and help those in need. Thank you, Ponce Family!
Justin and Hillary Adrian have been happily married for 2 years and call Bremerton, WA hom with their labradoodle Kai. Justin works in property management and recently became a reservist (Boatswains Mate) in the Coast Guard. Hillary is a physician assistant serving in hospital medicine for the Franciscan…