Infant Care Ribbon Cutting Formally Officiated

ADDFII INFANT CARE thru its ribbon cutting officially launches in the 32nd anniversary celebration of the ‘Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path) Program’ in Apalit Pampanga.

In the celebration of the 32nd Anniversary of the ‘Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path) Program’ held at the ADD Convention Center Compound, Apalit; Pampanga, November 4, 2012, a new expanded program of the ADD Foundation International, Inc. called ‘Infant Care’ simultaneously officially inaugurates.

Director of DSWD Standards Bureau, Hon. Thelsa Biolena and Tagapangasiwang Pampook Bro. Rudy Alamares, officiates in the ribbon cutting while city mayor of Marikina Hon. Mayor Del De Guzman witnesses. The unfolding event happened at the Old Laverdad School premises of ADD Convention Center Compound, Apalit; Pampanga, at around 9:00 o’clock in the evening where Infant Care facilities are situated.

Other charitable works spearheaded by Bro. Eli Soriano and Bro. Daniel Razon are being formally launch during this occasion, including the Laverdad Christian School that is providing free education for deserving students, Manibela Academy Mobile Classroom, Mobile ‘Ang Dating Daan Coordinating Center’ and other such charities.

ADDFII Infant Care as a child-care and child-placement welfare institution is geared for abandoned Filipino children in need of special protection, neglected toddlers surrendered by their parents/families and dependent babies who’s below 2½ years of age. ADDFII Infant Care is providing a safe home with loving environment while the children are waiting for a permanent adoptive home or are integrated with their birth families and/or blood relations.

By this time, Infant Care has two babies voluntarily surrendered by their parents for permanent care and protection. It is manpowered by a registered social worker and house parents. Registered nurses and a nursing assistant administers after the toddlers and are providing integrated care and wholesome development under the supervision of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

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