Summer of 2015 when Jem joined our league and showcased his talent in cooking and the most memorable is when he became the protective big brother that we started calling him fondly as Kuya Jem.
As a Kuya, Jem made sure that his mates are doing good and check on them to make sure they’re safe and unharmed.
Kuya Jem’s independence streak and confidence grew that the other kids start to follow him.
Kuya Jem serves as a leader and inspiration.
Children gives us the inspiration to work every single day.
Their smile and simple joys motivates us.
Little by little they improve but those makes us stronger in believing that they will prosper in the future.
They are different. They are unique. They are special in their own way.
Always smile and you’ll see their value as human beings who are able to bring joy, love and hope to all of us.
Life is short
Make the most out of it.
Be an inspiration.
♥ Teacher Cyp
Every day with Raymond is another day filled with hope.
Being a student with autism spectrum disorder, he has battles he must face every day because of his disability.
With every day that passes, Raymond and I continue to work together to help make sense of the world around and to allow for others to be able to understand Raymond.
Our days together are the seeds of hope for a bright future.
♥ Teacher Tony
These are the people who gave me reasons to believe on myself.
They are my mentors, partners and my leaders to pursue my dream to be a part of every child’s development.
They give hope not just to the parents to reach their child’s full potentials, but also to all the people who believe that every child can learn and be productive in the community.
♥ Teacher Van
Five years ago when CereCare had its grand opening, my mother, Anita Tanco, started giving out white canes to the blind. My mother was one of CereCare’s inspirations. Despite her disability, she would always give us ideas on how to share our blessings.
When we started the Free White Cane Program , every year thereafter, my Mom would personally give the white canes. With her failing health and poor condition, she continued doing so till her health could no longer cope. We still continue sharing this blessing even she had joined our Lord.
Thank you Mom for teaching us how to give HOPE to others.
Missing you so much.
With much love,