On its 2nd Family Values Awards, Jollibee honors five outstanding families

Family is the reason why Jollibee strives to give back. The country's number one fast-food chain honored five outstanding families from Manila, Dagupan, Bacolod, Bukidnon and Zamboanga Sibugay in the second year of the Jollibee Family Values Awards at Eastwood Richmonde Hotel the other day.
Hosted by the well-respected celebrity couple Julius Babao and Cristine Bersola Babao, the program started with the opening remarks of the Jollibee Foundation Chairman Grace Tan Cak-tiong
Mr. and Mrs. Emiliano and Anicia Guzman and family of Tondo, Manila; Mr. and Mrs. Romeo and Clarivel Banzuela and family of Bonuan Boquig, Dagupan; Mr. and Mrs. Rey and Mae Ramos and family of Bacolod City; Mr. and Mrs. Alex and Anna Marcia Butic of Malaybalay, Bukidnon; and Mr. and Mrs. Jason and Jennifer Cardente and family of Kabasalan, Zamboanga Sibugay.
Each of the five awarded families received a personalized sculpture trophy made by the world-renowned Michael Cacnio, a roundtrip ticket for the whole family from Airphils Express, accommodation at Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, a whole day trip tour at Manila Ocean Park, a 10K Jollibee GC and Php100 cash (tax-free).
The 2nd Jollibee Family Values Awards Board of Judges include: The Coca-Cola Export Corporation Public Affairs and Communications Director Atty. Adel Tamano; entrepreneur and family and children's rights advocate Audrey Tan-Zubiri; Ateneo Math and Science professor and psychologist Dr. Queena Lee-Chua; marriage and family counselor Maribel Sison-Dionisio; Department of Social Welfare and Development Director of Legislative and Liaison Office Dir.Prescila R. Villa; and Marriage Encounter Foundation of the Philippines and Center for Family Ministries (CEFAM) National Training Director Fr. Allan Abuan. The Board of Judges was cahired by Jollibee Foundation President Grace Tan Cak-tiong with Jollibee's Vice-President for Marketing Albert Cuadrante and Vice-President for Human Resources Theresa Jotie.
It was a memorable dinner serenaded by the Aryoso String Quartet, ASAP Sessionistas Princess Velasco and Richard Poon.
It was awesome to listen to the stories of the families especially the Butic Family whose father regularly tills his own land and continues to serve and help others.Their humility inspired me to continue my own crusade to help my students. A proof that it isn't about what you have that matters to help others but what you can serves these families as role models to all skeptic about sharing. For more information, visit www.jollibeefoundation.org and like their FB Page http://www.facebook.com/JollibeeFoundation for more updates.

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