Black Filipino Aetas Celebrate Mother’s Day with Jorge Hizon & Profiles Asia Magazine Philanthropy

What’s up, philanthropic people! It’s Philanthropy Season again.

I am stoked to share with you an amazing story about how Jorge Hizon and Profiles Asia Magazine are doing some seriously cool philanthropic work for the Aetas of Mawacat, Floridablanca, Pampanga, and celebrating Mother’s Day with them.

As a black American, I find this story particularly exciting and inspiring.
Let’s talk about the Aetas for a minute…

These guys have been around for a hot minute, dating back to prehistoric times.
The Aetas are considered to be the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines and are known for their exceptional hunting and survival skills.

Despite their rich history, the Aetas have faced many challenges, including discrimination and marginalization.
That’s where Jorge Hizon and Profiles Asia Magazine come in.

On May 15, 2023, the team is once again, heading over to the Aeta Village of Mawacat to celebrate with the Aeta moms and celebrate Mother’s Day in style. We’re talking music, dancing, and all the delicious food you can imagine.
But this isn’t just any old fiesta.

The Profiles Asia Magazine team is there to make it special and to, make a difference in the lives of the Aetas.
Their goal is to feed over 2,000 Aetas and provide 500 families with 5 kilos of packed rice, canned goods, and other essentials. That’s some serious giving right there!
But that’s not all.

The team has also arranged for a medical mission with a group of volunteer doctors and dentists who will be providing free medical care to the community.

Talk about a total package!

As a black American, I am truly inspired by the work that Jorge Hizon and Profiles Asia Magazine are doing for the Aetas. It’s all about giving back and showing support to those who need it the most.

Plus, who doesn’t love a good fiesta, especially when it’s for a good cause!

If you’re feeling the same way, then consider getting involved and donating whatever you can. The team is looking for items like rice, sugar, salt, sardines, instant noodles, bath soap, detergents, used toys, and clothes. Every little bit helps, and it goes a long way towards making a difference in the lives of the Aetas.

So let’s raise the roof and give a shout-out to Jorge Hizon and Profiles Asia Magazine for their amazing work and dedication to making a difference in the world.
Happy Mother’s Day, Aeta moms, and let’s keep spreading kindness and generosity wherever we go.

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