What is your WaW story?
I’ve been hearing about WaW since 2010 but had my first encounter with this fantastic community in 2014. Being a wedding coordinator allows me to support a family outreach, which caters to the educational needs of almost a hundred street children in our community. It was challenging and difficult at the same time, having to meet the kids’ ‘baon’ a a daily basis and provide for their school needs, as well. With the help of these amazing people from NaW, we were able to do a medical mission for the kids and build a more presentable mini-school area for our literacy program. Now we have tables and chairs and school supplies, too!)
These passionate and caring men and women of WaW extended their help not just by giving but by personally coming over our place to serve the kids and offer their services for free. I am also thankful to WaW for featuring our outreach in their website last August. Special thanks to Darlene Tan-Salazar, who wrote the article.)
Because of that article, I got several inquiries and bookings from upcoming brides who are WaWies. Thank you, WaW for touching the lives of the people around you. We will forever be grateful for all the favor and blessings you have given us. You make studying easier and more comfortable for these children. God bless your community, which has now become our family, and more power!
In five sentences, who are you?
I am a mother of two boys (and 105 kids more!) who loves children. I work as an events coordinator at MCC Events since 2009. I also teach Sunday school to kids on weekends. I am married to a mission minded and supportive husband, who has become my outreach partner for the last 18 years. I do events because it’s my passion and it supports our compassion ministry for children.
MCC Events by Mayette Cinco