In this period of COVID-19 where quarantines and lockdowns overwhelm incredible hunger in poor communities, what better way to celebrate one’s birthday than to share food even in the simplest way. We Care for Humanity (WCH) conducts FEEDING PROGRAMS in more than 10 countries including Philippines as part of their project-WCH FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19.
Maria Cristina Torres Ayungao, born May 11 of 1970, successfully celebrated her birthday by undertaking a Feeding Program in a depressed community sponsored by WCH. Last 10th of May 2020, Cristina, with the help of her children and in-laws distributed 250 packs of meals in Pitogo, Makati. They served lunch consists of rice and Filipino favorite viand, Menudo.
Cristina, a younger sibling of WCH Founder and President, Sultana Princess Maria Amor Torres is a SAP FICO Consultant by profession and has had 13 years of experience working with big companies like GLOBE Telecoms, Robinsons Land Corporation, Jollibee Food Corporation, Procter & Gamble (P&G) under Hewlett and Packard Phils. (HP) and IT Managers and many more.
Sultana Maria shares her appreciation of her sister, “I am very fortunate to have been born in a philanthropic family. My sister, Cristina is a natural humanitarian since childhood, always ready to help and has desires to do bigger things for humanity in the future. She is a big support to WCH’s endeavors especially in the Philippines. We are grateful and very proud of her accomplishments as a professional, a mother, a sister and a spiritual person.”
Other Torres siblings, Rizaline Irene and Ferdinand also extended their birthday wishes for Cristina, who is currently staying in Makati with her US based daughter- Krishna Lou and newly graduate son- Niles Kim. Her husband, Francisco Ayungao is presently working in Singapore as a manager in a food chain company.
WCH FEEDING PROGRAMS are happening in Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Uganda and Tunisia.
We Care for Humanity has joined the Affiliate Programs of prestigious companies like Amazon, Ebay, etc. in marketing products as part of our fundraising for various projects in education, health and eradication of poverty.