More Love for Dads: Empowering Health and Wellness in Partnership with Waltermart Trece Martires
Community Outreach Program Provides Free Health Tests for Fathers and Family Members
Trece Martires City, Cavite – In a heartwarming display of care and commitment to community well-being, Waltermart Trece Martires partnered with the College of Allied Medical Sciences (CAMS) to host the “More Love for Dads” community outreach program. The event, held at the Mall Activity Area, 2nd Floor, Waltermart Trece Martires City, on July 16, 2023, offered free blood typing, blood pressure, and random blood sugar tests for fathers and their family members. Spearheaded by Ms. Rothessa Caringal-Camingay, the Community Outreach Coordinator of CAMS, Ms. Jonalyn Vargas, Pharmacy Program and Laboratory Coordinator, and Mr. Vincent C. Cortiñas, the Head of Communications and Public Affairs, the event drew participation from dedicated student volunteers from CAMS.
The community outreach program aimed to emphasize the importance of proactive health management, particularly for fathers who play a crucial role in their families’ lives. With 106 recipients benefiting from the free tests, the event successfully reached out to the local community and provided vital health information and support.
From 10 am to 2 pm, participants eagerly availed themselves of the opportunity to undergo blood typing, blood pressure measurement, and random blood sugar tests. These tests are instrumental in assessing overall health and detecting potential health risks. By offering them at no cost, the “More Love for Dads” program empowered fathers and their loved ones to take charge of their well-being.
Student volunteers from CAMS played an integral role in ensuring the smooth flow of the event. Their dedication, professionalism, and compassionate approach created a warm and welcoming atmosphere for participants. Under the guidance of Ms. Caringal-Camingay and Ms. Vargas, they expertly administered the tests, answering questions and providing educational information to participants throughout the event.
The partnership between Waltermart Trece Martires and CAMS exemplifies the power of collaboration in making a positive impact on the community. By combining resources and expertise, they were able to deliver a valuable service that promoted health awareness and encouraged a proactive approach to well-being.
“This community outreach program is a testament to our commitment to the health and welfare of our community members,” expressed Mr. Vincent C. Cortiñas. “We are grateful for the partnership with CAMS and the enthusiastic participation of the student volunteers. Together, we were able to create a meaningful event that touched the lives of many.”
The success of the “More Love for Dads” program would not have been possible without the support and generosity of Waltermart Trece Martires and the dedication of the CAMS community. It serves as an inspiration for future collaborative initiatives aimed at fostering health and wellness within the local community.
As the event concluded, participants expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to receive the free tests and gain important insights into their health. Many left with a heightened sense of awareness and a determination to prioritize their well-being and that of their families.
Waltermart Trece Martires and CAMS extend their sincere appreciation to everyone who contributed to the success of the “More Love for Dads” community outreach program. They look forward to continuing their collaborative efforts in creating more initiatives that empower individuals and promote a culture of proactive health management within the community. The “More Love for Dads” community outreach program served as a shining example of how partnerships between businesses and educational institutions can drive positive change in society. Through the provision of free health tests, fathers and their families were equipped with valuable health information, enabling them to lead healthier and happier lives. This event will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the community, reminding everyone of the importance of love, care, and proactive health management.