Showing posts with label United Nations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label United Nations. Show all posts

Saturday, March 16, 2024

WCH and Sultanate of Magindanaw Extended Humanitarian Aid to Markadz Al-arfadz Orphanage Center in the Spirit of Ramadan

COTABATO - Following the successful "Kanduli" (thanksgiving) event, which featured the Sultan of Magindanaw's “stepping on white dust ritual”, the We Care for Humanity (WCH) team and the Maguindanao Royal Family offered humanitarian assistance to the Markadz Al-arfadz Orphanage Center on March 11, 2024, in the spirit of Ramadan.

Since 2022, the U.S.-based non-profit organization WCH has been involved in charitable initiatives in Mindanao in partnership with the Sultanate of Magindanaw. 

Leading the delegation was HRH Queen Mariam Leonor Torres Mastura, the WCH founder, who presented the organization's mission and dedication to aiding the orphanage.

His Majesty Zulkarnain Mastura VI, the 26th Supreme Sultan of Magindanaw, along with other cultural leaders:  Datu Habib Mastura- Secretary General of SKDOP, H. Datu Suod Ibrahim- Daram sa Magindanaw, Datu Jimmy Asim- Datu Mompong sa Kutawato sa Magindanaw, Datu Jordan Sinsuat- Datu Dikaya III, Datu Alee Uy- Marajalayla Salamen Magindanaw, Datu Zainudin Anan Kabulan- Datu Lawan na Datu Dikaya, HRH Febs Mastura Matalam, Royal Princess sa Magindanaw, HRH Jasma Mastura Karon- Rajah Bai sa Magindanaw, HRH Harjida Mastura Karon- Bailaga sa Magindanaw, Fatima Abdulrakman- Bailawan sa Dikaya, and foreign guest, Dr. Abdalla Sharief- Datu Marajalaila sa UN, who is also the president of United Nations Correspondents Association of Vienna (UNCAV), shared uplifting messages during the visit.

Ustadz Al-faradh Markadz expressed gratitude for the support and congratulated the newly enthroned Sultan on his prosperous reign.

The collaboration between the We Care for Humanity and the Sultanate of Magindanaw has significantly benefited the Markadz Al-arfadz Orphanage Center. During this 2nd visit, essential supplies such as rice and groceries were provided to support the orphanage's needs during Ramadan.

Their generous humanitarian gestures have truly embodied the spirit of Ramadan, bringing hope and joy to the underprivileged children.

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

WCH Founder Accompanies UNCAV President to Cotabato for the Sultanate of Magindanaw Conference

COTABATO - The President of the United Nations Correspondents Association of Vienna (UNCAV)Mr. Abdalla Sharief, will visit Cotabato City, Philippines on the 8th of March 2024. Accompanied by HRH Queen Mariam Leonor Torres Mastura, founder of We Care for Humanity (WCH), they will attend the Peace and Cooperation Conference hosted by the Sultanate of Magindanaw.

Since the enthronement of the new Sultan of Magindanaw, His Majesty Sultan Abdulaziz Zulkarnain Mastura Kudarat VI, on the 14th of January this year, he and his Cabinet members have been actively promoting peace within the community.

Both the 26th Sultan of Magindanaw and Crown Prince, His Hghness Datu Mamuar Mastura expressed their honor in hosting an emissary from the United Nations. They have high hopes that this visit will positively impact the longstanding issues faced by the people in Mindanao.

The conference, which will include the "Kanduli" thanksgiving ceremony of the Sultan and the launch of the upcoming WCH Royal Summit, Philippines 2024, is scheduled for the 9th of March from 10AM to 3PM at the Royal House of Her Highness Royal Princess Febraida Mastura Matalam in Cotabato.

Sharief shared his emotions on his upcoming visit to the Philippines, stating, "I am excited to return to the Philippines for the second time and particularly eager to explore the captivating region of Magindanaw. Magindanaw holds significant importance in the hearts of many in the Arab and Islamic world as the land of Muslim Philippines. As a fellow Muslim, I feel a strong sense of solidarity with my brethren in Magindanaw and their quest for cultural and economic advancement. As I journey to the realm of Sultan Abdulaziz Zulkarnain, I sense a profound familiarity, as though I already know him despite our yet-to-be-made acquaintance. I anticipate that this visit will deepen our mutual understanding and strengthen our bonds as we collaborate towards shared objectives in economics and human development. Undoubtedly, my time in Magindanaw will be enlightening. I am keen to immerse myself in the rich cultural heritage and witness firsthand the economic strides the region has achieved. Moreover, I am enthusiastic about the opportunity to share our media and development expertise with the African and Arab world, leveraging our established partnerships with international organizations in Europe like UNIDO and the Atomic Energy Organization. The Philippines, with its diverse landscape and vibrant culture, offers abundant prospects for cooperation and progress. Magindanaw, in particular, serves as a testament to the resilience and determination of its people. Together, we can pave the way for a brighter future that celebrates cultural diversity and fosters economic prosperity for all. I am profoundly grateful for the chance to revisit Magindanaw and anticipate the meaningful connections and fruitful collaborations that await."

Queen Maria expressed her delight in fulfilling her responsibilities as Bai Mompong sa Magindanaw by bridging UNCAV and the Sultanate of Magindanaw. "I hold high aspirations for the Sultanate to thrive as one of the most esteemed and influential Kingdoms globally, and I am committed to achieving this goal to the best of my abilities."

Sunday, September 8, 2019

G.O.D. Awards Comes To California With Global Expo 2019 To Benefit Marginalized Veterans

 Following the overwhelming success of the 7th G.O.D. event at the United Nations in Geneva last 11th and 12th of July 2019, philanthropists will once again travel across the globe this summer, to celebrate humanitarian efforts at one of America’s landmarks, the Anaheim Convention Center (ACC), where We Care for Humanity (WCH), a 501c3 non-profit organization advocating Human Rights, World Peace, Green Environment, Education, Health, Eradication of Poverty and Empowerment, and its philanthropic partners, will convene one of the biggest collaborations in the history of philanthropy; the 8th Global Order of Dignitaries & Philanthropists (G.O.D.), AMERICA slated on 20th and 21st of September, 2019.

Hosted by the Global Community Foundations (GCF) and co-chaired by Hon. Congressman J. Louis Correa of 46th District of California and Sub Committee for Homeland and Security, H.E. Ivo Josipovic, 3rd President of Croatia, H.E. Rosalia Arteaga, former President of Ecuador, and H.E. Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, 10th Vice President of Kenya, G.O.D. America aims to benefit the Homeless Veterans of California reclaim their dignity and to live a sustainable healthy lifestyle, a project being undertaken currently by WCH.

Her Highness Princess Maria Amor Torres, founder of WCH and Chairman and Creator of the G.O.D. Awards said, “G.O.D. mission continues in this part of the world, we will recognize Americans and the humanitarians-at-large for their contribution to the welfare of the human race. WCH is grateful to GCF and Dr. Tony Nguyen who are trying to augment the issues of the Veterans in California, being the beneficiary of this event. We are happy to use the G.O.D. platform not only to promote universal humanitarianism and recognize great philanthropists but also to spearhead social partnerships and collaborations”. 

GCF’s flagship event the GLOBAL EXPO 2019 is one of G.O.D.’s major component. Focusing on Health & Wellness Summit and Health Fair, Global Expo promises to distribute 10,000 Global Medical Cards to the attendees of the event. “Global Expo 2019 is beyond just healthcare and health maintenance. Our goal is to develop holistic well-being programs for individuals, curb the rising costs of healthcare, and influence systemic change in the healthcare industry”, explained by Dr. Kelly Nguyen, CEO of IDLOGIQ, the main partner in the expo. Dr. Jay Shah, Medical Director of Global TeleCare, Inc. also said “Our targets are to foster peace and promote health and wellness leaving no one behind by providing our guests the tools they need; health education, thorough clinical evaluation, EKG screening & blood tests, all for FREE to all attendees!”

An advocate of world peace, Dr. Tony Nguyen, founder of GCF announced, “one of our missions in this event is to introduce the Project: Building The 14th Dalai Lama’s Library and Museum in United States. The Main goal for this project is to preserve the teachings of His Holiness which is the promotion of basic human value and religious harmony, a must for the 21st century-young generation to make a peaceful, healthy and happy world in the future.”

As a tradition, G.O.D. is integrated with WCH Humanitarian Summit to tackle social issues and promote the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Esteemed personalities will be joining the panel of speakers: H.M. Constantine Butamanya Mwogezi, King of Buruli, Uganda; HRH Olimi Best Kemigisa, Queen Mother of Kingdom of Tooro, Uganda; H.M. Yadou Abalounorou Zibrila, King of Badjoude Community Ouake, Benin; H.M. Petoni Koda VI, King of Djougou, Republic of Benin; Dr. Udit Raj, Chairman of All India Confederation of SC/ST Org.; Sam Pitroda, Chairman of Global Knowledge Initiative; John Robinson, Founder of Concern International Foundation and many more!

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

The Big Thank you from We Care for Humanity and Maria Amor


The BIG THANK YOU from We Care for Humanity and Maria Amor

Dear G.O.D.s and Philanthropists:

The beauty of humanitarianism is the ability to be explosive and internationally thought provoking. Independent from subtility and grand gestures, it is the message behind it which frames the impact.

During the duration of three days, honorees, speakers and ambassadors were collected onto one stage at the united nations of Genève to fight for a worldwide mission, the preservation of this planet. In particular WCH cornerstone of “Sustainable Humanitarianism” was underscored and emphasized as a means of aiding the achievement of the United Nations 2030 agenda.

Every year there are larger projects, and goals that surmount the biggest of mountains. And for each year our philanthropic machine seamlessly increases the altitude of the trek we must gruelingly overcome for the benefit of the international community.

This could not have been done without the leap of faith my distinguished guest, volunteers, speakers and organizers had with We Care for Humanity.

HRH Prince F. Olorunfemi of Nigeria and Vanuatu, CEO of Mines and Vaults: First and foremost, my deepest apologies. Since we met my prince, you have been keen in being discreet and anonymous with your philanthropic endeavors. This year I had to break tradition and honor an individual whom gave us the support and ferocity to take step forwards to the Palais des Nations.

HH Baba Edmond Brahimaj: Your compassion and humility reverberate as the voice of those that are weary and hopeful. You made sure the less fortunate were not alone in their fight. There is no accolade in this world worthy of giving to such an altruistic person, yet you tirelessly support the organization by being one of our biggest supporter and inspiration for half a decade. Thank you

Honorable Foreign Minister of Vanuatu Ralph Ragenvanu, His Excellency Vanuatu UN Ambassador Sumbue Antas and Deputy Ambassador Noah Patrick Kouback: Understandably there was much risk involved with such a venture of being our host. Exactly what is WCH, why jeopardize the credibility of a fresh mission in supporting an organization obscure in Oceania. The answer is simple, we care for humanity. The passion we have to protect and aid nations who have been devastated by turbulent unprecedented and human perpetuated catastrophes resonated strongly with your own. The intrinsic energy both our respected organizations had resonated strongly to create one of the most successful Summit and subsequent G.O.D awards up to date. Thank you for your faith and may we continue to collaborate in the future.  

H.E. Dr. Alfred MoisiuH.E. Ivo JosipovicH.E. Filip Vujanovic: My distinguished Presidents, your compassion for change and transparency honed an amalgamation of talented skills at the United Nations. In a time in which every move is dissected and scrutinized, with elegance, courage and without hesitation supported WCH cause for a better tomorrow. I am deeply humbled and forever grateful as your intuition for what is credible and impactful is unparalleled.

H.H. Samdach Preah Vanaratta Nay Chroek: Regardless of the obstacle, the greatest dreamers are those willing to face the most arduous obstacles to transform their dreams into a reality. Your Holiness, your enthusiasm, compassion and message of oneness is a true testament of why the pen is mightier than the sword, why good would always surmount evil.

H.E. Dr. Sheikh Yousef Bin Saleh Al-Rahji and H.E. Sheikh Mohsen Abdullah Al Turki: Your excellency, your call for the million stateless persons who have been denied citizenship and basic rights such as education, health care, work and freedom of movement was powerful and stroke a chord at the UNOG. For millions of people who have been displaced from their homes and outcasted by society, you made their voice clear. My mission for the remainder of this year is develop projects to cater to the aid of refugees outcasted and forgotten by society. Thank you for reminding the world.

Mr. Himanshu PatelNanda Bhagi: Humbleness, ingenuity and attention for humanity is synonymous with the triton solar brand and those who represent it. With every obstacle met that could have impeded success of the summit and consequent G.O.D awards Triton Solar went above and beyond. This is something unprecedented, and the start of a beautiful friendship and team for the continuity of our only home, earth. I am forever in your gratitude.

Honorable Kennedy Kalonzo Musyoka: Your passion, conviction, and courage are unquestionable. From start to finish you were there championing the event and empowering those in attendance. A member of parliament of a colorfully diverse, richly cultured and persevering nation, you have always marched towards your dream to become a transformative and dynamic model, for the sake of fellow Kenya and now the world. Thank you

Dr. Udit Raj: The many programs in India you created to support the downtrodden and outcasted along with your passion cannot be contained. Your enthusiasm is contagious, I am forever in your debt my friend for pushing WCH to impact more people for the embitterment of this planet.

Dr. Elizabeth Jack Rich-Tein: I am always personally inspired when I see women of your philanthropic caliber taking initiative to change the world. Your career thus far has shown an incredible young lady with an ambition for the preservation of this planet that refuses to be squelched.

Venerable Rinpoche Phurba Dorjee: You break tradition of being a spiritual guru. Your business acumen and philanthropic prowess give many children and youth in Nepal and India more opportunities to have better future, better lives. Everyone recognizes a big brother in you and so do I, thank you for your support through and through.

Dr. Aphinita Chaichana: You only not hold the torch of Peace in Asia but you are a symbol of humility and camaraderie. Everyone is drawn to your humbleness; you make them feel respected and appreciated. I am happy you lead the organization that I truly care about, more than my own life, in Thailand and I look forward to seeing the progress of it under your leadership.

Professor Arben Sulejmani: You are a real partner and a brother front and back. You answer to my call whenever there is an urgency. You are known as a life saver on top of being a Peace Messenger of Europe. Thank you “bebush” and I look forward to convening the G.O.D. Europe with you and the Bektashi Order in Albania.

Evgenia Laguna: The Concert for Humanity has reached its highest pitch because of your dynamic performance. We were in awe for two lovely evenings and privileged to be serenaded by the Space Opera Diva who thrills her high notes as high as she cares for the children. Our deepest and most entertained gratitude to our diva!

Hon. Councilor Wendy Meikle, Dr. Nii Kotei DzaniDr. Kemal AydinAdewale Adebajo, Eniola BadmusVen. Naw Kham La DhammasamiJyotika JalaniDr. Ruby Bakshi KhurdiDr. Hanan Marie, Dr. Emine Akin, Hon. Asif Chowdhury and Illustrious guests: You honored us with your presence and contributions, thank you for gracing the 7th G.O.D. Awards and WCH Humanitarian Summit. We hope that you keep us in your hearts, and you continue to support our causes and mission for the benefit of humanity. 

Her Highness Princess Souma SisowathGennady Tkachenko PapizhAllan Landry and Alice Boubour: Lending your undeniably sought-after talents and skills to WCH is such a noble thing to do. In spite of your very hectic schedules, you found time to give and care for the benefit of humanity. I personally admire each and every one of you for using your God-gifted ability to uplifts those in need.

Bishop Joy Theriot: WCH is blessed to have you as our Vice President for UN Affairs. I don’t think the G.O.D. will survive without your sincere commitment to WCH. It shows in every task you do. It shows in the outcome of the 7th G.O.D. I was able to pull the wagon because you were behind pushing it. You gave me the lift and push I needed. Thank you and I love you.

Jo Moran: I believe no one can match what you have done and still doing for WCH. You belong to the core team not only because of your ability to write and think but because you are genuinely a good humanitarian. I see myself in you that is why I have high expectations of you. You are a leader in the making. However, as a big sister, I will impart this phrase to you: “when the student is ready, the right teacher will appear”.

Maureen Brindle: Ever since you started writing poems for WCH, our organization has never been the same. It became more diverse, established and cultural, something a true organization should be. WCH made marks in literary and arts because of your wonderful contributions. You are our forever Official Poet and together we will add colors and rainbows to the world.

To the G.O.D. Representatives, Mr. Tariq Al Farrah, Mr. Wahab Al Farouk and Mr. Uwe Zirbes: Your influence and connections world-wide has come a long way. As a result, we have successfully fundraised for the medical needs and restoration of hospitals of Vanuatu. Please accept my profound thanks to all of you.

To all the Volunteers: You are the backbone of any organization. Be proud to call yourself a volunteer. Our sincerest gratitude to all of you especially the Geneva Volunteers who extended help and support on the last minute. We hope that we will continue our relationships and more collaborations in the future.

And lastly, a note to myself: You deserve a tap on the shoulder for not giving-up. For weathering the obstacles and fighting for what you believe in, no matter what. For never forgetting that the G.O.D. is never about you and is bigger than anything you have done because it belongs to the true owner of this platform, the humanity. You don’t need a thank you but a constant reminder that you will not stop fostering the G.O.D. until the ratio of humanitarians and the needy is 1:1.

Monday, July 22, 2019

7th G.o.d. Awards’ World Leaders, Dignitaries And Royals’ Meet In Un Geneva Raised Gigantic Charity Partnerships And Funds For Vanuatu Hospitals

We Care for Humanity (WCH) and Princess Maria Amor succeeded honoring some of the great humanitarians of the world at its flagship event, now on its 7th year, the Global Order of Dignitaries and Philanthropists (G.O.D.) in partnership with The Permanent Mission of Vanuatu at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland last July 11 & 12, 2019.

Honorary Chairmen and Presenter of Awards: His Royal Highness F. Olorunfemi of Nigeria and Vanuatu, CEO of Mines and Vaults, His Holiness Baba Edmond Brahimaj, World Leader of the Bektashi Order, Honorable Foreign Minister of Vanuatu Ralph Ragenvanu and His Excellency Vanuatu UN Ambassador Sumbue Antas, presented the G.O.D. Awards Humanitarian Regalia composed of the 17 UNSDG medals to the most altruistic world leaders, royals and philanthropists of our time:

  • H.E. Dr. Alfred Moisiu, Former President of Albania as Father of the Balkans
  • H.E. Ivo Josipovic, Former President of Croatia as Dignitary Man of Europe
  • H.E. Filip Vujanovic, Former President of Montenegro as Visionary Leader of Europe
  • H.H. Samdach Preah Vannaratta Nay Choroek, 3rd Deputy Chief Monk of Cambodia as Supreme Spiritual Icon of the Year
  • H.E. Dr. Sheikh Yousef Bin Saleh Al-Rajhi, Chairman of the League of Arab People as Global Man of the Year
  • H.E. Sheikh Mohsen Abdullah Al Turki, Economic Consultant from KSA as Noble Man of the Middle-East
  • Mr. Himanshu Patel, Founder and Chairman of Triton Solar LLC in USA as Global Humanitarian for Climate Change Innovation
  • Honorable Kennedy Kalonzo Musyoka, Member of Parliament at East African Legislative Assembly of Kenya as Youth Leadership Awardee
  • Dr. Udit Raj, Former Member of Parliament in India and National Chairman at All India Confederation of SC/ST Organizations as Human Rights Legend
  • Dr. Elizabeth Jack Rich-Tein, Founder of The Elizabeth Jack-Rich Aid Foundation as Global Woman Humanitarian for Poverty Alleviation
  • Venerable Rinpoche Phurba Dorjee, Spiritual Guru and Film-Maker as Champion of Peace & Humanity
  • Professor Arben Sulejmani, President of the Bektashi Community in North Macedonia as Peace Icon of Europe
  • Dr. Aphinita Chaichana, President of We Care for Humanity Thailand as Peace Icon of Asia
  • Evgenia Laguna, Space Opera Diva as Global Humanitarian Artist 
  • Re-awarded from G.O.D. Asia 2018, Hon. Asif Chaudhary as Humanitarian Diplomat of the Year

Princess Maria Amor Torres, Founder of WCH and the Creator and Chairman of the G.O.D.  explains, “The goal of the G.O.D. Awards is not to glorify the humanitarian figure, but to multiply it. To flood the humanitarian world, before climate change does. To spark international agents of change for harmonious action with a collective of wisdom.”

The mission of the 7th G.O.D. to raise funds for Vanuatu Hospitals and procure medical equipment has been met with great impact through the generosity of the two honorees – Sheikh Yousef Al-Rajhi and Sheikh Mohsen Al-Turki. WCH is opportunely arranging the process together with the Permanent Mission of Vanuatu to UNOG and the Prince of Nigeria, Olorunfemi.

In addition, Triton Solar is donating one Triton Solar clean energy system (panels, battery pack, inverters, LED lights and accessories) to each hospital in Vanuatu for keeping their vaccines and emergency equipment safe during power outages. Mr. Himanshu B. Patel , Founder & CEO Triton Solar USA says, “This is a great honor and privilege to get this 2019 UN G.O.D Award for Climate Change innovation. We are truly humbled and really appreciate permanent mission of Vanuatu’s Foreign Affairs Ministry to collaborate with “We Care for Humanity” foundation led by HH Princess Maria Amor who has proven track record of 6 plus years honoring the greatest humanitarians of the world. Our company mission is to provide clean energy solutions globally and we are committed to address global warming issue by reducing carbon emissions into the environment using clean energy technologies and solutions.”

The integral WCH Humanitarian Summit brought together brilliant speakers and experts under theme “Sustainable Humanitarianism Towards United Nation’s 2030 Agenda”: Hon. Councilor Wendy Meikle of Stockport UK, President of Groupe Ideal – Dr. Nii Kotei Dzani, Triton Solar Global Head for Business – Nanda Bhagi, World Healthy Ageing Council Founder – Dr. Kemal Aydin, UT Financial Services CEO – Adewale Adebajo, Nigerian Film Actress and Producer – Eniola Badmus, Founder of Institute of Buddhist Psychology – Ven. Naw Kham La Dhammasami, Janavi India Founder, Jyotika Jalani, Ted-Ex Speaker and Leadership Trainer in Geneva – Dr. Ruby Bakshi Khurdi, WCH Official Poet from UK – Maureen Brindle, Interactive Health Practitioner – Dr. Hanan Marie and WHAC Board Member – Dr. Emine Akin are among the speakers who enjoined the honorees in contributing ideas and solutions to the 6 UNSD Goals targeted in the summit: Goal #3 Health & Well-being, Goal #4 Quality Education, Goal #10 Reduced Inequalities, Goal 13# Climate Action, Goal #16 Peace & Strong Institution and the Youth Leadership Forum.

Concert for Humanity, the Culture and Arts segment of the G.O.D. showcased stellar performances by renown opera singer – Evgenia Laguna, Russian sound imitator – Gennady Tkachencko Papizh, the singing royal of Cambodia – H.H. Souma Sisowath and French pop singer, Alice Boubourwho also facilitated the 2-day event as Master of Ceremony while the Voice of Monaco, Allan Landry, lent his creative showmanship at the G.O.D. Dinner Gala at the Intercon Geneva.

The glittering gala highlighted humanitarian achievements of We Care for Humanity. “I saw the efforts of the Princess to promote universal humanitarianism. I believe in her vision and I am here to support her in any way I can to achieve our common mission- to alleviate the lives of the poor. I encourage everyone; dignitaries, royals, presidents, who are gathered in this room to join hands with We Care for Humanity to make this world a better place,” said the Prince of Nigeria. HRH Prince F. Olorunfemi, a lifelong humanitarian in Africa and the co-producer of the 7th G.O.D. Awards.

The organizers, Princess Maria Amor, WCH Vice President for UN Affairs – Joy Theriot, WCH Youth Director – Jo Moran thank The Permanent Mission of Vanuatu in Geneva, Triton Solar LLC, Janavi India and all the volunteers from Geneva who extended their tremendous help to make the event a massive success!

WCH is now gearing-up for the next awards, The G.O.D. America and Global Expo in collaboration with Grand Aster to be convened at the Anaheim Convention Center in Los Angeles on September 20 and 21, 2019.

Monday, June 30, 2014

2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards, a Highly Successful Event, Took Place at the United Nations on June 20, 2014

The 2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards, a highly successful event, took place at the United Nations on June 20, 2014. It was organized by We Care for Humanity and produced by HRH Princess Maria Amor D.D.

The prestigious event brought together dignitaries, leaders, and advocates from around the world to celebrate individuals and organizations making a positive impact on society. The Global Officials of Dignity Awards highlighted the importance of humanitarian efforts and recognized the tireless dedication of those working towards a more just and compassionate world.

Attendees were inspired by powerful speeches, moving performances, and heartfelt stories of courage and resilience. The event served as a reminder of the incredible capacity for kindness and generosity that exists within humanity, and it encouraged everyone to continue striving for a better future for all.

As the evening came to a close, guests left with a renewed sense of purpose and a commitment to uphold the values of dignity, compassion, and respect in their own lives and communities. The Global Officials of Dignity Awards proved to be not just an event, but a catalyst for positive change and a beacon of hope for a brighter tomorrow.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Ben Lai Received the Asia's Man of the Year at the G.O.D. Awards by We Care for Humanity

Ben Lai was honored with the Asia's Man of the Year and Chinese Humanitarian Ambassador Awards during the 2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards ceremony organized by We Care for Humanity and Princess Maria Amor at the United Nations on June 20, 2014.

Ben Lai humbly accepted the prestigious awards, recognizing his exceptional dedication to humanitarian efforts in Asia. His tireless work in promoting positive change and uplifting communities has not gone unnoticed. With his compassionate spirit and unwavering commitment to making the world a better place, Ben Lai continues to inspire others to join him in creating a brighter future for all. His impact serves as a beacon of hope, reminding us of the power of kindness and compassion in transforming lives and spreading positivity across the globe.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Empress Shebah Kasambu 'Ra III Received the "Noble Woman of the Year" award from WCH's G.O.D. Awards

Empress Shebah Kasambu 'Ra III was honored with the "Noble Woman of the Year" award at the United Nations on June 20, 2014, during the 2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards ceremony organized by We Care for Humanity and HRH Princess Maria Amor D.D.  King Samuel Quartey from New York accepted the award on her behalf.

The award was a testament to Empress Shebah Kasambu 'Ra III's unwavering commitment to humanitarian causes and her remarkable leadership in promoting peace, equality, and justice. Her tireless efforts in empowering women and advocating for the rights of the marginalized have inspired many around the world. King Nana's acceptance of the award symbolized the unity and solidarity among global leaders in championing noble causes. Empress Shebah Kasambu 'Ra III's legacy continues to shine brightly, serving as a beacon of hope and compassion for generations to come.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Frank Velasco was Honored with "Business and Humanitarian Award" from G.O.D. Awards

Frank Velasco was honored with the "Business and Humanitarian Award" at the United Nations on June 20, 2014, as part of the 2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards event organized by We Care for Humanity and HRH Princess Maria Amor D.D.

Frank Velasco's dedication to both business excellence and humanitarian efforts shone brightly as he graciously accepted the prestigious "Business and Humanitarian Award" at the United Nations. The ceremony, held on June 20, 2014, marked a significant moment in his career as he was recognized for his outstanding contributions to society. Surrounded by esteemed guests and dignitaries, including HRH Princess Maria Amor D.D., Frank's commitment to making a positive impact on the world was celebrated with heartfelt applause and admiration. His unwavering passion for helping others and his innovative approach to business truly exemplified the spirit of the award, inspiring many to follow in his footsteps. As the evening came to a close, Frank's acceptance speech resonated with hope and gratitude, leaving a lasting impression on all those in attendance. The "Business and Humanitarian Award" was not just a recognition of his past achievements, but a testament to the bright future ahead, filled with endless possibilities to continue making a difference in the lives of others.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tutti Frutti, Honored at the 2nd G.O.D. Awards at United Nations as Global Health Food of the Year

Tutti Frutti was honored with the "Global Health Food of the Year 2014" award at the United Nations on June 20, 2014, during the 2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards. This award was presented by We Care for Humanity and HRH Princess Maria Amor D.D. The CEO of Tutti Frutti, Mr. Jay Kim, and Vice President Sophie Hanh accepted the award.

The prestigious award recognized Tutti Frutti's commitment to promoting health and wellness through its delicious and nutritious products. Mr. Jay Kim and Vice President Sophie Hanh expressed their gratitude for the recognition and emphasized Tutti Frutti's dedication to creating innovative and healthy food options for people around the world. The company's mission to make healthy eating enjoyable and accessible to all has been at the core of its success, and this award serves as a testament to their ongoing efforts. Tutti Frutti looks forward to continuing to inspire and empower individuals to make positive choices for their well-being.

Airline Ambassadors Intl. Gave Awards at WCH's 2nd G.O.D. Awards The United Nations

Airline Ambassadors Intl., led by Ms. Nancy Rivard, was a key partner at the 2nd Global Officials of Dignity Awards by We Care for Humanity hosted at the United Nations in New York on June 20, 2014.

During the event, AAI and 2nd G.O.D. presented awards to American Airlines, Delta Airline, Southwest Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and Silver Airways.

These airlines were recognized for their exceptional commitment to humanitarian efforts and their dedication to providing support and aid to those in need around the world. The awards highlighted the crucial role that the aviation industry plays in global humanitarian initiatives, showcasing the positive impact that these airlines have made in the lives of countless individuals.

Nancy Rivard and Airline Ambassadors Intl. continue to inspire others in the industry to prioritize humanitarian work and make a difference in the world. Their collaborative efforts with We Care for Humanity serve as a shining example of how businesses can use their resources and influence to create a better and more compassionate world for all.