More than 500 people in Alabang benefited from a medical mission organized by a group of young entrepreneurs with the support of the local government.
Dubbed UNited4 aCause, the medical mission held by non-profit organization Junior Chamber International (JCI) Alabang provided free basic medical check-ups, free X-ray and ECG.
People who attended the mission were also given food and a free haircut. With the help of Councilor Robert Baes and son Lester, the non-profit organization composed of young entrepreneurs, businessmen, politicians, and corporate managers mostly based in Alabang, Muntinlupa started the year by giving back to the community.
“What a fulfilling experience. JCI Alabang helped serve more than 500 individuals in an initiative to bring healthcare to the poor families of Muntinlupa,” said JCI Alabang President RJ Paguyo. Paguyo added that the medical mission was one of the many activities they have lined up for the year.
She said that in order to reach more people and deliver assistance to them, the non-profit organization needs help from those who are willing to give back to the community. “We are calling out to more people to help us create a positive change in the city of Muntinlupa,” Paguyo said.