Category Archives: peace

gay and proud!


let’s not forget that behind these “rainbow” facade, these are human beings too just like me and you! so stop the hate!


new look, the same mission…


Thank you to Francesca for making our new website banner for Project PEARLS. We will also be using it for all our marketing materials. Thank you also to Israel and Nikki of Pasa LOVE for taking these pictures during the school supplies distribution at Dagupan, Pangasinan. And of course, thank you very much for these kids who were willing to be our model ūüôā !

this made my day…


this truly touches my heart deeply… i feel very blessed and humbled to be an instrument in making “two worlds” connect…

geraldine veras of PCN, Skyline College wrote this on her blog:

“I do this for the 200 children in the Philippines: the¬†underprivileged¬†children have been sending videos and pictures to show their gratitude and appreciation for having people in another country to ¬†think and ¬†care ¬†about ¬†them.”

thank you again geraldine!!!

this is such a great blessing!


Pilipino Cultural Night (PCN) at Skyline College in Daly City has chosen Project P-E-A-R-L-S to be the recipient of it’s 6th PCN night. ¬†PCN is a non-profit organization where the students make an original play representing Filipino history and how the past affects the generations today.

Get your tickets to these shows and bring in school supplies and art supplies!

Our deepest gratitude to Geraldine Veras, the Artistic Director of PCN for this great blessing!!!

Tiaong Elementary School is one of the schools that would benefit from these benefit shows of PCN Skyline College.

And here are just few of the Tiaong Elementary School children; they are thanking PCN Skyline College in advance for the school supplies they would be receiving!!!

Thank you again Geraldine and to the entire officers of PCN Skyline College!

Easter blessings in Caloocan…


Our Project P-E-A-R-L-S Team in Philippines distributed Easter Eggs in a children’s ward in a public hospital and to children living in slums. ¬†Special thanks to my brother, Nonoy, who’s been working very hard to make this happen! And also thank you to Ciae, Kelly, Siege and Cheeney for helping out!!!

most of these kids, if not all, never have candy-filled easter eggs in their lives!