2018-19AA Rachel Bernabe

AA for Canberra ACT

You can make a difference

Rachel's is participating in the
Canberra Running Festival
to Raise Awareness for ANCOP
Help her reach her fundraising Goal: $2000

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Hi, I want to introduce myself. My name is Rachel Bernabe. I am 19 years old, studying a BA in Communications in Public Relations and BA in Event and Tourism Management, and I work part-time at a local market. I am a member of CFC Youth for Christ. And I am also the ACT’s new ANCOP Ambassador! I’m so excited about this new role! It gives me a chance to help the poor, through the work of this organisation called ANCOP.

I decided to accept the role of Ambassador because it is an organisation very close to my heart. I strongly believe in the cause and its mission. As Ambassador, my role is to raise awareness for the work of ANCOP and to rally support for its many programs.

I am so blessed that I haven't experienced the hardships that many suffer through daily and I really want to give back for all those blessings I have received. Here is a chance for you to help me, but more importantly, to help the poor.

Together, let’s help open the door to a brighter future for poor children and families.

Rachel's ANCOP Awareness/Fundraising Gallery

2016-17AA Kceb Limsiaco

AA for Canberra

Kceb Limsiaco-AA Canberra

"I give, because I know how it feels to have nothing. I give, not because I now have too much, but because I was once in need and someone helped me."

My name is Kceb Limsiaco from HOLD. I am a HH leader.  I am a single mum of a 15-year old daughter and I work as an IT Business Analyst for a Federal department  in Canberra.

Coming from a poor family myself where making ends meet is difficult I experienced first-hand the hardship of life during my younger years - to rely on assistance from relatives and friends for shelter, clothing and food and where education is a privilege if at all possible. I know the feeling of wanting to study but with no, if not limited, resources. The difficulty, tiring and sleepless nights I experienced in joggling work and study just so I can finish a degree. The memories of it all are still vivid in my mind as well as the people who helped me during those trying times. I believe I was able to make it through not solely because I worked hard for it but mainly because of God's providence and with the assistance of His people who helped me make it through.

And so I am now paying it forward by helping Couples for Christ (CFC) ANsweing the Cry Of the Poor (ANCOP) program of bringing poor kids to school.

Friends, please help me with this drive and together let's transform and give opportunity to the poor to transform their lives. Your donation, no matter how little you think it is can make a life-changing difference to someone's lives. Thank you.

"I give because I know how it feels to have nothing. I give not because I now have too much but because I was once in need and someone help me."

- Kceb Limsiaco, CFC ANCOP Ambassador for Canberra

Kceb's Fundraising Gallery