We Care for Humanity Receives Donation from H.H. Duke Michael David Pescha
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA September 24, 2013 – We Care for Humanity (WCH) Founder and President Ms. Maria Amor on behalf of the non-profit organization, receives a donation painting from H.H. Duke Michael David Pescha. The painting is masterfully done by the Duke himself, and is entitle “Mercy,” which value at around $7,000 or more. “Here is the oil painting I would like to donate if you somehow think it could raise any money, even a few dollars, for your charity,” the Duke said upon donation of the very valuable piece of art to Maria Amor, the Founder and President of We Care for Humanity.
The lovely “Mercy” is a very large oil painting, 4 feet by 6 feet, 2 inches in size. It is painted almost three years ago by the Duke from a photo he took himself of this street 'family'. A country-western singer friend of the Duke wrote a song about this painter, also called "Mercy". The painting was done at the Duke’s house off of Laurel Canyon and Mulholland. “Let me know if you might be interested in trying to auction or sell it for your charity. It will be such a great pleasure to be of help to We Care for Humanity, which is a great organization, to begin with,” added the Duke in his note to Ms. Amor.
The Duke is officially known as His Highness Duke Michael David Peschka, Dux Bellorum, A.A., I.P.P., Kt. ISOK, Kt. SMA, HKt. OOT. Drawing from the age of three and painting from the age of eight, Michael is a life-long artist and was first exhibited at the age of eleven at the prestigious Laguna Gloria Art Museum in Austin, Texas. In 1981 Michael's dear friend Caja Palffy, Countess of Pressburg and Erdod (daughter of Dorothy, Princess Radziwill, niece of Gladys, Duchess of Marlborough and cousin of Gina, Princess Liechtenstein) arranged for Michael to apprentice with the official portrait artist to King Baudouin, of Belgium. Michael studied intensely under the maitre in his atelier in Bruxelles, interrupted only by official visitors from the palace regarding state portraits commissioned of the master. Michael also studied the techniques of art restoration; his final examination was to restore a badly damaged painting of the Madonna and child with St. John from the 16th century school of Raphael. Michael passed this exam with glowing compliments. Upon returning to the United States Michael continued his work in portraiture but also expanded into theater set design and backdrop painting as well as commercial and residential murals, decorative painting and other areas of the arts.
HH Michael is currently the official Artistic Adviser and Imperial Portraot Painter to HIRM Czar Darius Adrik Salvo I Noto Von Holstein-Gottorp Trifiro Kings and to HIRH Prince Gharios of Ghassan . Mochael's works are included in many noteworthy collections such as those of Countess Caja Palffy, Count Nicolas Raskovanyi Vay, Countess Tatania Kurbatov, HIRM Czar Waldemar Sidelnikov Von Essen, Nicholas Harvey Vanderbilt, Michael Jay Vanderbilt, the estate of the late Milton Goldman of New York. Current work includes portraits of Zprincess Norma Chehab of Lebanon and HR-IH Crown Prince Jorge Rurikovitch.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors and membership of We Care for Humanity, we are immensely honored by this donation of a piece of art from no less than His Highness Duke Michael Pescha. This just shows that good works and caring for humanity transcends all spectrum of humanity, from the nobility to us ordinary. The Duke shows that even the almightly and the nobles have this constant desire to help and to care for humanity. We shall forever be grateful for this, we are humbled by his gesture and gift,” shared Ms. Amor upon receipt of the donation. The proceeds for the sale of the painting will be used for the scheduled plans and programs of WCH globally.
Not unlike Ms. Maria Amor, Michael is also the founder and principal artist of The Homeless Project, a business dedicated to raising money gor carious homeless charities through the sale or auction of art. Michael's new business, The Artman Cometh, is just being launched in Los Angeles and will offer the finest in murals, faux finishes, decorative painting and much more. And as if destined to be great and to be able to help others, both The Duke and Ms. Maria Amor continue to inspire others and actually help the needy through their humanitarian endeavors.
With all his magnanimity and numerous charitable projects, the Duke is worthy of a nomination for Humanitarian Award from the We Care for Humanity, which a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide free education through live streaming technologies to far-flung areas globally, and to provide hopes and aspirations to underserved and disadvantaged women, youth and children internationally.
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA September 18, 2013 – Jeraldine Saunders’ Elixer Supports We Care for Humanity Office Build-out, located in 19611 Ventura Blvd., Tarzana California. Ms. Jeraldine Saunders, Creator of “The Love Boat”, the oldest model at 90 years old is giving back to WCH for every bottle sold, 2,000 bottles drive at $35 per bottle (retail price is $80 per bottle).The proceeds will go directly to WCH Office build-out that will house WCH global operations. These were all confirmed by the Founder and President of We Care for Humanity, Ms. Maria Amor, who is now the official publicist of Ms. Jeraldine Saunders.
The original "Love Boat" cruise director, Jeraldine is known worldwide for her books, lectures and civic activities. She has published 11 books and has appeared on more than 850 other TV and radio talk shows worldwide. She serves as national spokesperson for the Hypoglycemia Foundation of America and is affiliated with the American Federation of Astrologers; Poets, Essayists, and Novelists; Film Welfare League; Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Television and Radio Artists; Academy of Television Arts & Science; and the International College of Applied Nutrition.
Jeraldine also lectures worldwide on astrology, graphology, numerology, palmistry and face-reading. After a career as a model, Jeraldine took a job lecturing on astrology, motivation and the four-seasons color concept on cruise ships before becoming the industry's first female cruise director. She turned this decade-long experience into a book, then later parlayed that into a television series, "The Love Boat," currently in syndication in over 110 countries.
Jeraldine’s favorite quote is "We tend to move toward that which we dwell upon, so let's dwell well." That positive attitude has permeated her work and invites readers to look for the best in themselves and around them.
Ms. Maria Amor said “This support of Jeraldine Saunder’s Elixir would accelerate the build-out of WCH office in Ventura, California which houses our non-profit global operations. This allows us to focus more on our sworn thrust which is to care for others and at the same time, involve more of members of the society and invite more humanitarians to become part of this ever-growing organization.
Under this arrangement, for every bottle of Elixer bought, a certain amount will be donated to the build-out funds of WCH. The goal of the drive is to sell 2,000 bottles. This is made possible through the kindness of Ms. Jeraldine Saunders who said of Maria Amor, “I am very glad to be helping the efforts of WCH in its build-out plans, I know well that with Maria’s leadership, We Care for Humanity has been in the forefront of conducting various humanitarian projects. Plus, Maria is like a daughter to me, I’ve known her for a long time, she is a such a warm and loving person. I know she will succeed big time!”
We Care for Humanity, is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that provides free education through live streaming technologies to far-flung areas globally, and promotes health and wellness to the underserved and disadvantaged women, youth and children internationally.
9/15/2013 - Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA September 15, 2013 – We Care for Humanity (WCH) Founder and President Ms. Maria Amor on behalf of the non-profit organization, receives a cash donation from Guillermo Proano. Together with Molly Hollywood, Guillermo recently breezed in the office of WCH and took some photos of the people at work in the office.
Guillermo Proano is a man, whose countenance, at first glance, one could easily misinterpret as being that of a politician, detective, or even a priest. His “photogenic” skills are highly sought after, by celebrities, CEO’s, and rather diverse demographics. Guillermo‘s following cut across through a variety of social strata. His shoots are meticulously managed, comprised of the best props, landscapes, lighting, and calibrations.
Guillermo is a modern day picasso, painting a picture or capturing an instance in time, having won the “2012 Photo-Journalist of the Year Award” at the Los Angeles Convention Center last April 28, 2012, during The Men and Women in Uniform Event for Los Angeles County.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors and membership of We Care for Humanity, we are extremely honored by this visit of a known photography artist, Mr. Guillermo Proano and for his donation. This just shows that good works and caring for humanity begets good works and good deeds. Mr. Proano just continues to hone his craft as he continuously shares to others and to humanity. ” stressed Ms. Amor upon receipt of the donation.
“It is both our pleasure and honor to help WCH in anyway I could. Such a hardworking organization deserves our help and support.”, said Guillermo during his visit to the headquarters of WCH in 19611 Ventura Blvd., in Tarzana, California. “WCH leadership and staff are always very professional and well-trained which make them a cut among the rest!” added Guillermo. Ms. Amor and Guillermo have worked in the past for some big celebrity events in Hollywood and together have also worked for the benefit of various charity groups.
When asked to describe his own work of arts through photography, Guillermo says, “Photography is a big part of my life. I’m a wedding, model, portrait, studio photographer with many years of experience. Photography is very scientific because we deal with measured amounts of light and time combined to produce correct exposures. But the artistic part has captivated me and continues to move me. My modeling portfolio is being updated one shoot at a time. My goal is to build a strong portfolio and create amazing photos to promote models and photography. I’d like to set up some shoots to explore and create amazing shots with windows, waterfalls, beach, pool, reflections, night, shadows, bedroom, landscapes, drama.”
For intimate, high-end photography and updating of your modeling portfolio, Guillermo can be contacted at 818-741-6541 or 818-723-2198, serving LA county and surrounding counties. He excels in doing Videography of weddings, quinceaneras, and anniversaries. His studio is portable and can be taken anywhere for your convenience.
Incidentally, Guillermo will be doing official photography partnership in the coming projects of We Care for Humanity, which a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide free education through live streaming technologies to far-flung areas globally, and to provide hopes and aspirations to underserved and disadvantaged women, youth and children internationally.
The final three days of the visit of We Care for Humanity (WCH) Founder and President, Ms. Maria Amor, in Indonesia, proved to be one that is jubilant and nostalgic at the same time. Ms. Maria Amor was recently conferred Doctor of Divinity by STT Hagiasmos.Taking advantage of being officially appointed Head Representative in California, USA of The World Peace Committee Ms. Amor was able to visit Bantar Gebang, Bekasi, where more than 10 million tons of trash is dumped on a landfill area owned by the city government of Bantar Gebang, Bekasi.
As a bonus however, Ms. Maria Amor was able to visit the Menteng Dalam administrative village of the Tebet subdistrict in South Jakarta, where a young Barry Sotero, as he was known then, in the 3rd grade at the Besuki school here, grew up from 1967 to 1971. Today, that young boy Barry is no other than President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the the United States of America.
As it is famously known, Obama, a Christian who was born in Hawaii, moved to Indonesia as a 6-year-old and lived with his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, and Indonesian stepfather, Lolo Soetoro.In October 1967, Obama and his mother moved to Jakarta to rejoin his stepfather from Hawaii. The family initially lived in a newly built neighborhood in the Menteng Dalam, South Jakarta for two and a half years. From January 1968 to December 1969, Obama's mother taught English, while Obama attended the Indonesian-language Santo Fransiskus Asisi (St. Francis of Assisi) Catholic School around the corner from their house for 1st, 2nd, and part of 3rd grade. And now as they say, the rest is history.
In his own 2010 visit here, President Barack Obama said "Because Indonesia is made up of thousands of islands, hundreds of languages, and people from scores of regions and ethnic groups, my times here helped me appreciate the humanity of all people." Obama reminisced about living in a small house with a mango tree out front, and learning to love his adopted home while flying kites, running along paddy fields, and catching dragonflies.
On the other hand, accompanied by Mrs. Rani, the school principal, Imron Ichsan, WCH-Indonesia PR/Legal Director, and Tommy Karwur, WCH-Indonesia President, Ms. Amor on their way to Pres. Obama’s childhood house beamed proudly, “This opportunity to have seen in person and actually see the streets, the houses and school where the President actually lived, albeit short period of time, is both surreal and awesome. It just strengthen my resolve that great people are made and destiny has some rewards for people with great heart, bold spirit and sharp mind. It is an honor at the same time to be able to see the actual residence where President Obama lived once in his lifetime.” The school kept young boy Barry’s chair for posterity in the school’s museum.
Right after the visit, Ms. Maria Amor prepared to head for Manila, where she again was scheduled to continue her chosen vocation, to be a humanitarian to those who need a little help and a little care. And just like President Barack Obama, Ms. Maria Amor will continue to inspire the young and the old, the rich and the poor, to do good not for themselves, but for others. And that’s where the same narrow road is taken by great people like them.
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