In 2007 my parents separated and my siblings and I had to go and live with our Aunt and Uncle in Bacolod. During this time I struggled in school. I finished High School and did not pursue college for one year. My mother went and worked abroad which by God's grace enabled me to enrol in college. My mother's earnings as a maid were not enough for me to continue studying and then a great blessing came through sponsors in Australia. It really helped my family a lot. In March 2015 I graduated and was able to get a job at the Bank of Makati in Manila for 3 years, before I returned to Bacolod to work for the Government in Superannuation. I also volunteer for the MPFG program and I love helping MPFG and never want to work away again.
I am very thankful to be one of the MPFG Graduates. I am proud of this program that supports unfortunate children. Now I want to pass this opportunity on to let other children be educated and have a brighter future.