Mandaluyong, Metro Manila – The Global Filipino Movement (GFM), an NGO that helps OFWs, announced today that they will be having an OFW Family Day in SM Sucat on December 1, 2016. The event will have an overseas jobs fair, OFW savings & loans, OFW help clinic, and franchise opportunities, together with raffle giveaways, games, musical bands, and seminars.
It will be held in the Event Area of SM Sucat in Parañaque City. The event will run from 10am-5pm. It has the theme, “Paskong Pinoy, Paskong Pinagpala.” This is also in celebration of the International Migrants’ month in December. The event is open to the public. The event is co-presented by SM Global Pinoy and the Parañaque PESO Office, and is in partnership with the ANZAEP, JEPPCA, Starmobile, CCT, FWD Insurance, Azalea Resort Club, Light Network, and the OFW Ministry Netrwork. Major sponsors of the event include the Novellino Wines, Pamilya Muna Pilipinas, CBN Asia, FEBC, Gospel Jam, Business Mirror, The Manila Times, and Graphics Philippines. About GFM The Global Filipino Movement (GFM) is a non-stock, non-profit organization that aims to empower overseas Filipino workers (OFW) and their families to do Kingdom work. It caters to the needs of OFWs through helpdesk, trainings, and seminars. It has 32 global Filipino centers (GFC) around the Philippines, and counting. For more information, please visit their website (www.globalfilipinomovement.com) or Facebook page (www.fb.com/gfmfi).
About SM Global Pinoy Global Pinoy is a specialized all-in- one convenience stop within SM Supermalls offering various exclusive services, perks, and privileges to welcome and uplift the Global Pinoy and their beneficiaries. They offer free access to Global Pinoy Center, free drinks, free computer use, free international calls, and foreign exchange services. For more information, please visit their website smglobalpinoy.com.
To learn more about this event, please contact: Jaia Labastilla, Communication Officer 10 F State Center Bldg II Ortigas Ave., Mandaluyong City Mobile: 0908-390- 9358 Phone: (02) 669-1808 [email protected]