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Dinner for-a-cause set May 18 to help 8 w/ health conditions
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A youth group whose members hail from a village in Bontoc, Mountain Province is organizing a dinner for-a-cause on May 18 at the Mabini Elementary School in Baguio to raise funds for eight patients, including an infant, with serious health conditions.

The Patang Fe-deration of Guina-ang Organization informed the Courier that proceeds of the event will be given to the ailing beneficiaries.

Ticket for sponsors is P500 while regular tickets are sold at P250. The activity starts at 5 p.m.

Federation president Marlon Nawen said that the youngest beneficiary is Ariel C. Fesetan, Jr., a six-month old infant from Dagsian, Baguio who needs a liver transplant due to biliary atresia.

The oldest beneficiary is Vicente L. Ekwey of Camp 3, Kennon Road, Tuba, Benguet who is undergoing hemodialysis due to chronic kidney failure.

The other beneficiaries with chronic kidney disorder are Benita Olowan-Diego, 38, of Lubas, La Trinidad, Benguet; Patrick C. Fachichi, 58, and Robert C. Sagmayao, 50, both of Ucab, Itogon, Benguet; and Elpidio K. Chegyem, 40, of Guina-ang, Bontoc.

The two other beneficiaries from Guina-ang, Bontoc who are undergoing chemotherapy sessions are Esther T. Nawen, 52, with ovarian cancer and Jimmy L. Cabbigat, 19, with leukemia.

Together with the other federation officers, Nawen is appealing to kindred souls and Samaritants to support the dinner for-a-cause, saying any form of help will be highly appreciated by the beneficiaries.

“We hope that you can support us with our cause to help them and make them feel that they are a part of a loving and supportive community,” Nawen said.

For dinner ticket reservation, contact May Stephanie F. Fag-ayan and/or Brylene Ekid through 0912-374-9292 and 0946-363-6410.


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