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Projects and Events 

Locks of Love 2022

A free live cutting session, talks and testimonies from our donors and beneficiaries to provide wigs to women and children suffering from medical hair loss. This year Locks of Love 2022 will be for the benefit of Kythe Foundation, Everlasting Hope and icanserve in partnership with SM Seaside City Cebu, Kythe Ateneo, David's Salon and TUF


Sea of Dreams: Can You Canoe?

Along with JCI Manila, JCI Cebu, and Philippine Outrigger Canoe Club (POCC), we concluded our project with the turnover ceremony held last March 27, 2022 at Mactan Newtown Beach. The ceremony was attended by rookie volunteers and athletes alike, coming together for the purpose of celebrating such a momentous event for the sport. It is truly a bold step forward to the future of canoeing in Cebu.


Sabon Sugbuanon

The Power of Community. After a successful four-course fundraising dinner by Chef Paul Marco Samson held on May 11, 2022 at Hukad Golden Cowrie Salinas, we were able to raise P46,800 for materials used on our first project implementation day on May 29, 2022. With the help of these 26 generous individuals, 15 mothers were able to take lightly used soaps from HRRAC Cebu affiliated hotels (promoting sustainable tourism as our tourism industry is wonderfully beginning to bloom once again) and recycle them into plenty of new bars to protect their families from a variety of health concerns.


Their children simultaneously learned about personal hygiene practices through the Children of the Coast Foundation. Therefore, families were sent home empowered with the knowledge that they've positively impacted the environment, equipped with skills to sustainably protect themselves, and ready to play a bigger role in society's move towards a more eco-friendly world.


Season 2: Speakeasy with Zugs Podcast

Introducing Speakeasy with Zugs, unraveling the mysteries behind the Zugbuana Sisters. Our first ever podcast, Voices for women, by women.

We'll be joining Pro Kisha, Direc Franie and Comm Vale as they tackle a variety of topics that us 20 to 30 year olds can relate to.

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