WCH Chief Financial Officer Visits Florida Baptist Children's Homes to Commemorate WCH Founder's Month
It's that season of the year where We Care for Humanity (WCH) celebrates its founder's birth month and the conceptualization period of the organization. May is a glorious month as well as humanitarian month for Princess Maria Amor and the men and women of WCH which is called Founder's Month.
During this month where all board members and Ambassadors get to pay tribute to HH Princess Raden Dato'Seri Maria Amor Torres by doing humanitarian works anywhere in the world.
In Jacksonville, Florida, WCH Chief Financial Officer Deborah Wolfe is commemorating Founder's Month by visiting the Baptist Children's Homes to do humanitarian service for those children and youth living in residential foster homes, ages 8 living in homes, 11-19, removed from home because of abuse, etc. Deborah is excited to do fun activities with them such as planting tomatoes with the kids, show them how to grow their own food, then cook with them, make salsa and something sweet.
In the recent interview done by WCH, Deborah expressed herself on the following questions:
WCH: What is your idea of a better world?
DW: People helping each other and accepting their differences.
WCH: How do you think you can contribute to humanity?
DW: Teaching children job skills and real life skills; accounting skills; contribute ideas for fundraising and marketing.
WCH: What is your opinion of We Care for Humanity (WCH)?
DW: WCH has a wide reach and a high internal energy level which I believe will enable it to succeed in changing the world.
WCH: What is your opinion of Princess Maria Amor?
DW: She is a kind person, highly directed, and unimaginably generous. It's hard to measure the effect that someone like Princess Maria Amor has, but it is making the world a better place.