Category Archives: Advocacy

PLATE & PURPOSE: Puzzle Gourmet Store & Cafe

What do I know about Autism or any developmental disabilities in general? I thought I had a clue. I don’t. Today, I was educated. Days Made Special in cooperation with Puzzle Gourmet Store and Cafe organized an event that every parent individual can benefit from – A Special Needs Parent’s guide to Onboarding. The event […]
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Project Tenfold: Message Cent 2017

Message Cent is a sub-project of Furry Birthday, a personal birthday advocacy for the welfare of animals. It collects those often disregarded 5, 10, and 25 centavos hoping to raise funds to cover spay and neuter efforts of animal shelters or of pet owners who cannot afford it. Message Cent has sponsored a couple of […]
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PROJECT TENFOLD: Propelled to Serve in 2015

We all get better in time. If we treat each person we meet and each experience we get as teachers, we become wiser. We, at Project Tenfold Circle, try to be better each year. For an organization whose volunteers are all full-time employees in our own fields, and are not very well-versed in running a […]
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St. Vincent’s Home in Tangub, Bacolod City

Volunteering for The Project Tenfold Circle or any other charitable organization makes you realize one thing – as you go out, do your part, and extend a hand, you begin to understand how big and small your help is. It is big because you see the difference it makes. On the other hand, it is […]
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They Responded

Times have changed. Read the paper, watch the news, or just scroll through your Facebook wall, and you’ll see all sorts of bad news. These sights make it so easy to lose faith in humanity. But we can’t. We just can’t. If you have been following my blog, you probably have already read about my […]
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PROJECT TENFOLD: I Am C Club

Imagine waking up to a day without access to your personal kit – no toothpaste, no shampoo, no sanitary napkin for the female red days, no soap, etc. The fact that you can read this tells me that you can afford access to the internet and can, therefore, afford to buy your personal hygiene kit […]
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The Story of My Hammock Chair

In August of 2009, I was given what I consider, so far,  as the biggest break in my career. I was given the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua and train the leadership team of the site that we were about to launch then. It was what opened so many other adventures for me – enjoy […]
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It’s Difficult But Not Impossible

The fight for animal care awareness in a developing country such as the Philippines is a daunting task. Animal care expenses come only after all other expenses. Taking care of your pet’s needs is seen as a concern only of the well-off. Unwavering efforts from local animal welfare groups and individuals are what’s making this […]
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My Furry (Sweet) Birthday – Year 7

In October of 2008, I decided to make a change in how I celebrate my year. I have gotten tired of the parties and the usual jazz. It was, also, in that year that I became a volunteer for PAWS. Every year since then, with the grace of God and the relentless support of family […]
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The Birth of a Birthday Project