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Kalusugang Pampamilya sa Presyong Abot Kayang Halaga Hatid ng FriendlyCare Shaw

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Be Careful with Your Heart

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“Serve the Filipino people.” – it’s a line I’ve heard countless times when I was still at my alma mater, too many times perhaps that it has at one point begun to sound rather irksome and I may have subconsciously attempted to avoid thinking about it. As a fresh graduate, the temptation to start thinking about myself instead was just too strong, yet fate perhaps had other ideas. I went and got an internship at an NGO called FriendlyCare and the line came haunting me again.

Moving Onwards and Upwards

We’ve moved!


FriendlyCare President and CEO Teresita Panganiban (fourth from right) leads the ceremonial ribbon cutting to mark the dedication and official opening of the new FriendlyCare corporate office. Joining her are (from left to right): Imelda Roxas, Finance Manager; Dr. Alex Legarda, Health and Standard Quality Officer; Rebecca Perez, HR Manager; Madelene Magallon, Family Planning Manager; Rosalie Operana, Marketing and Donor Development Manager; Kate Cruz, National Sales Manager and Masinag Clinic Head; Fr. Jessy Tejero; Tess Ching, Logistics and Procurement Manager; Flordeliza Bersabe, Business Development Unit Officer; and Nemia Losa, Executive Assistant.

In its commitment to further its services and move onwards to a brighter future of providing better quality customer services for everyone, the FriendlyCare Foundation, Inc. Corporate Office has moved into its new corporate office located at 711 Shaw Blvd., Brgy. Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City

FriendlyCare is Certified to Facilitate Mindfulness Wellness in the Workplace


Tita Angangco (seated second from left), the Executive Director of The Centre for Mindfulness Studies (CMS) and Tim Warner (seated beside Tita), brought their CMS faculty to the Philippines to train 22 learners from FriendlyCare Foundation, Ateneo-Bulatao Center for Psychology Services and UP Diliman Faculty, to train and certify them as facilitators of Mindfulness programs. CMS Faculty Director, Dr. Patricia Rockman, seated (3rd from left) and CMS Faculty Lead for Corporate Programs, Michael Apollo (seated next), conducted the week-long intensive Mindfulness training sessions with lecture, modeling, group discussion, inquiry, homework, teach-back and mindfulness practice. Joining the CMS faculty are then certified learner-facilitators of FriendlyCare who will conduct the Mindfulness-based Wellness for Stress Reduction program in the workplace to individuals and corporate clients (seated from left): Dr. Mila Chu, Iris Trinidad, Rosalie Operaña, Teresita Panganiban (FriendlyCare Foundation President) , Annalyn Alhambra, Dr. Alex Legarda; (standing from left); Lucy Fernandez, Janneke Agustin, Rinna Soriano and Idelyn Esagunde. This Mindfulness training program is a partnership between FriendlyCare Foundation and The Centre for Mindfulness through the grant from Grand Challenges Canada.

FriendlyCare Foundation, Inc. is launching its latest healthcare service offering – the Mindfulness-Based Wellness for Stress Reduction in the Workplace.   This is a whole new health and wellness program of FriendlyCare especially designed for the people in the workplace who are apparently prone to stress and anxiety.