‘Thankful, blessed’: 70 kids served in Sadiri-funded feeding program

DECEMBER 11, 2018  4:42 PM


SAN NICOLAS, Ilocos Norte – Sadiri ti San Nicolas International-Hawaii Chapter, on Tuesday, December 11, sponsored a feeding program to 70 children in Day Care Centers (DCC) of barangays 10, 11, 12 and 13.

This was the organization’s initial feeding program but their family have been doing this regularly since 2010, said Phemy Rose Javier, treasurer of Sadiri.

“As one of the youngest members of Sadiri, my daughter Asha always do this feeding program in schools since La Casa de Asha was established in 2010.” Javier told in an interview. “This year, we decided to share what we have as an organization for the benefit of the youth of San Nicolas,” she added.

Venus Madamba, day care worker of Brgy. 12 San Cayetano, said she is very grateful because their school is one of the recipients of the said program.

“Thankful ken blessed kami kasi nai-share da blessings da kadaguitoy nga ubbing,” Madamba said. [We are thankful and blessed because they shared their blessings to these children.]

Miriam Currimao of Brgy. 11 San Fernando also expressed that she is thankful to all the sponsors for their kind gesture.

“Thank you Phemy, Allan ken Asha Javier ken ti amin nga sponsors kadaguitoy regaloyo kasi addan additional a makan ken school supplies daguitoy ubbing,” the day care worker said. [Thank you Phemy, Allan and Asha and all the sponsors for all your gifts because our pupils will have additional food and school supplies.]

Javier recounted that, earlier this year, they also conducted feeding program at Asuncion Elementary School in Brgy. 17 Sta. Asuncion and at Apaya Elementary School in Laoag City.

She said that aside from the feeding program, Sadiri has been extending financial assistance and scholarships to underprivileged school children and students over the past years.

Sadiri is a Hawaii-based organization which has been very supportive of all programs, projects and activities of the current administration. It was founded by Mr. Elo Valdez Badua and is presently chaired by Mr. Orlando Ribao.