Nangako ang team ni Filipino Olympian at Asia’s top pole vaulter EJ Obiena na magbibigay sila ng P500,000 kay sprint queen Lydia De Vega na lumalaban ngayon sa sakit na cancer.
Philippine pole vaulter EJ Obiena has pledged to give the incentive he will receive from the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) to the family of ailing track and field legend Lydia De Vega-Mercado.
Asia’s top pole vaulter EJ Obiena plans to use the P250,000 incentive he is set to receive from the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) to help former sprint queen Lydia de Vega who is battling cancer.
Fine Hygienic Holding, a world-leading wellness group and manufacturer of hygienic paper products and germ protection solutions, has partnered with the Rashid Center for People of Determination to open a specialist classroom which will facilitate the support and development of autism spectrum students.
Few could have thought that an ordinary athletics trainer could go to such heights as James Michael Lafferty.
There have been many people in the past whose stories have been nothing short of inspiring. Many of these individuals rose from ordinary beginnings and went on to do great things.
Sports personalities are some of the highest paid professionals in the world. These athletes can make a substantial amount of money in no time simply by their profession or through different sponsorship opportunities
In the world of great successes and inspiring stories, lies that of a man who mastered all he ever wanted
With the Olympics right around the corner, every country is devising new ways to help their athletes win gold
Seven months ago, Kristen Lafferty suffered one of the worst traumas a woman could ever experience.
“The dogs bark, yet the caravan still passes.” Let the dogs bark. And keep doing what you think is right.”, said James Michael Lafferty in his letter to President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
There are stories of outstanding Filipinos whose lives are worth emulating, and there are those of foreign nationals who have made such a difference for Filipinos that they stand out just as well.
The story of Jim Lafferty and Romeo Silva calls to mind the Pulitzer Prize winning novel “The Bridge of San Luis Rey” by Thornton Wilder, in which a singular incident points to a higher intention that changes the lives of those involved.
It was a moment of unlimited fun for brightest of Nigerian campus writers from different institutions across the country at the just concluded 5th edition of Campus Life Writers Workshop
Jim Lafferty, President & CEO of Procter & Gamble Philippines, invited the members of the Elite Team Bald Runner for the Palms Country Club Charity Run last Saturday, August 1, 2009 and have them sponsored for the registration fees and breakfast but all the members were scheduled to have their weekend long run and I had to tell him that they could not join the said race.
A US hygiene products firm donated one million pieces of its anti-microbial Safeguard soap to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) to help minimize the chances of the A(H1N1) influenza virus entering the country.
Every morning, 11-year-old Jonel and his friends would practice their dance lessons for a school event in the streets of Baseco in Tondo, Manila. When it rains, the streets get muddy and when it’s hot, the children have to endure the sting from the afternoon sun.
Proctor and Gamble has donated P10-M worth of products and cash to the Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC) to help support the victims of typhoon Reming