Georgina Wilson to build Gawad Kalinga Village in Cavite

IMAGE Clipse Irriberi

Top: Georgina Wilson poses for a souvenir shot with some of the 2,000 Gawad Kalinga (GK) Youth members that have volunteered to build the GK Georgetown Village in Cavite. The proposed village will serve as a safe haven for those living in places known for high incidents of crime, violence and poverty.

Bottom: Georgina and GK Executive Director Luis Oquiñena sign a partnership agreement for the building of the GK Georgetown Village.


Commercial model, host and TV personality Georgina Wilson recently partnered with Gawad Kalinga (GK) to build the GK Georgetown Village in Dasmarinas, Cavite.

The British-Filipino beauty shared the news on her Instagram account (@ilovegeorgina) with a photo and a caption that reads, “Today was such a special day. I am so moved and inspired by the people that I met today at the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm.

"And today we formally signed the MOA to start a dream of mine – to build a village with GK.” Georgina also invited her friends and followers to help build productive communities for those in need.

Georgina also posted a photo of her with GK Founder and Chairman Tony Meloto, whom she describes as “one of the most inspiring people I have ever met” and another photo with a group of GK Youth who have volunteered to help build her GK Village in Cavite.

Gawad Kalinga (meaning to "give care”) is a global movement that aims to end poverty by first restoring the dignity of the poor.

The organization moves families from danger zones to safe havens while promoting values-formation and leadership development to empower people and prevent loss of lives. To date, they have transformed over 2,000 slums into peaceful and productive communities.

The GK Georgetown Village needs your organization’s help in building homes, establishing livelihood programs and ending poverty one community at a time.

Partner with us to become a hero for the poorest of the poor by donating to build homes, participating in the build activities and encouraging your network to pledge their help as well.





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