Ms. Cabaya is considered a philonthrophist in her own way. She has led a number of fund raising campaigns to help underprivileged and needy Filipinos in Thailand.
The outreach program will start from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at Ibis Hotel Hua Hin on Petchkasem Road Hua Hin 87 in Prachuabkirikhan, Hua Hin.
The list was received from the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry - Fair Trade Enforcement Bureau (FTEB) - Business Licensing and Accreditation Division (BLAD).
The said regulation will be implemented in October 2016.
OFW Jeovanie Cajote was finally able to fly back to the Philippines after getting generous help for his plane ticket.
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A total amount of 110,298.89 baht has been deposited to Navarro’s account as of September 1, 2016.
Her kindness, diligence and patience towards foreign teachers has earned the respect and admiration of her clientelle. She is very approachable and speaks English fluently.
Despite her passing, the show went on to help her bereaved family specially the young son she left behind.
The group is appealing to the Filipino Community in Thailand and to all other groups, companies or individuals for help to sponsor their plane tickets.