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post Oct 12 2009, 08:23 AM
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Hi everyone,

Here's an announcement from AANI President, Michael Ruivivar, and incoming AANI President, Cynthia Esquivel.

Please attend our event on October 28 (feast of Saint Jude) and spread the word to others in the area.

We are inviting the Filipino community and their friends to join us, including dignitaries and people from the media/press.


In the aftermath of typhoon Ketsana… Homes were destroyed. Dreams were shattered. Lives were lost.

Join us at the historic Saint Patrick's Cathedral for a Holy Mass and fundraiser to help rebuild the lives of families affected by Ketsana (Ondoy)

Officiated by Msgr. Robert Ritchie, Rector of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

WHEN : October 28, 2009 (Wednesday) at 6:30 P.M.
On the Feast of Saint Jude, Patron of Desperate Cases

WHERE : Saint Patrick's Cathedral, New York NY
(On Fifth Avenue, between 50th and 51st Streets)

Please bring your cash donations. All donations collected during the Mass will be channeled through the Philippine Jesuit Foundation, a duly registered charitable organization in the U.S., to support the rebuilding phase and long-term recovery of the affected families in the Philippines.

For online donations, you may also visit: www.atenista-usa.org/site/

For inquiries, contact Ketsana (Ondoy) Project Leader Tina Cabanez at info@atenista-usa.org

This fundraising drive is initiated by the Ateneo Alumni Northeast, Inc. (AANI), the official alumni group in the New York tri-state region of the Ateneo de Manila University, a Jesuit-run university in the Philippines. Through AANI's partnership with the Philippine Jesuit Foundation, a duly registered charitable organization in the U.S., all donations through the AANI website and its other fundraising efforts, can be made U.S. tax-deductible. AANI’s fundraising initiatives for families affected by Ketsana (Ondoy) have been acknowledged by the Consulate General of the Philippines in New York, and published online by major Philippine daily, The Philippine Star.

Ateneo Alumni Northeast, Inc. (AANI)
Headquarters: 43 W 46th Street (5th Floor) New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 391-9090 | Website: www.atenista-usa.org/site/
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