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NPC Ladies gather for the 2018 General Assembly and Christmas Tea Party

The members of the NPC-Ladies Foundation, Inc. led by its President Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez, gathers on Wednesday, December 05 at NPC Fiesta Hall for the annual general assembly and Christmas party with high tea theme.

Around 80 members and guests came to celebrate and learn about the Foundation’s accomplishments for 2018. The party also became a wonderful time of fellowship, fun games and gift giving. The food and drinks for the High Tea was prepared by Café Buenavie Plus, Inc. and were truly enjoyed by the ladies and guests.

In her appreciation message, Amb. Gee Benavidez expressed her utmost gratitude to the Ladies and guests for their support, dedication and service.

“With overflowing joy and gratitude to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the reason for the season, the NPC-LFI wishes everyone a Blessed Christmas filled with peace, love, hope and faith,” she said.

NPC LFI opens trade fair in time for the Christmas season

The NPC Ladies Foundation, Inc. leads the opening of the trade fair along the NPC building on Monday, December 3, 2018.

The trade fair aims to help both sellers and buyers in earning and looking for the best & affordable Christmas gifts for loved ones.

NPC Ladies Foundation, Inc. opens Christmas Village, sends warm greetings to the public

Christmas is just around the corner and the Christmas spirit is even more felt at NPC today as the NPC Ladies Foundation, Inc. led by Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez opens the Christmas Village collection.

The Christmas Village collection, composed of more than a thousand pieces, is a personal collection of Amb. Benavidez who extended her Christmas greetings to NPC employees, guests and friends.

“This collection has always been with us wherever we are – in Brunei, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Filipino communities always look forward to visiting our home for this,” Ambassador Gee shared.

She also said that the Foundation has also been mirroring the resurgence and resilience theme of NPC’s Photo contest and 2017 Annual Report. Resurgence is seen in the Foundation’s classroom project in Marawi City that paves the way for the rising of a new face of the city after the siege. Resilience is shown in the other programs of the Foundation that supports the less fortunate like the deaf-mute children who handmade the 6 ft Christmas tree of the village out of sea shells and seeds.

Employees took their selfies and groupies with the displays right after the opening. The Christmas Village is becoming an attraction at NPC among guests since its display during the Christmas season last year.

NPC LFI holds groundbreaking of its classroom project in Marawi City

The NPC Ladies Foundation Inc., on Wednesday holds the groundbreaking ceremony of its classroom project in Amai Pakpak Central School (APCES) in Barangay Buadi, Marawi City.

The groundbreaking ceremony was led by LFI’s Secretary Ms. Eloida Leona, Ms. Ana Lucina Bathan and Ms. Rosanna Abiog together with the Foundation members in Mindanao Generation and the teachers and students of APCES led by its Principal Ms. Pinamili S. Diron.

In her message delivered by Ms. Leona, Foundation President Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez expressed her gratitude to the Napocor family for sharing their time, talent and resources in making the project a reality. She also extended her appreciation to the school saying, “we thank the Principal for allowing this area in the school grounds to be used for this purpose. We all have a stake in doing the best we can for the education and well-being of our children.”

Following the timetable for the construction of the classroom by Green Builders and Enterprises, the NPC Ladies Foundation, Inc. expects its completion and turnover before the end of the year.

(Photos by Mr. Ronald Allan Salazar)

3rd Quarter Blood Donation drive a success – NPC LFI

The NPC Ladies Foundation Inc. on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 has conducted another successful blood donation drive in partnership with the Philippine Blood Center of the Department of Health.

A total of 76 donors passed the screening, 8 of whom were qualified for the Apheresis or the procedure that allows donation of individual blood components like platelets and plasma.

The Foundation led by Ambassador Virginia ‘Gee’ Benavidez profusely gave thanks to the donors who unselfishly gave time and the gift of life to the future beneficiaries of their blood.

Blood donation may lower the risk of heart disease and heart attack. This is because it reduces the blood's viscosity. It has many other benefits which include having lower risk of cancer that are linked to high iron levels, weight loss and a healthy heart and liver.