International Volunteers Day is celebrated every 5th of December in most countries each year.
The yearly celebration is some sort of thanks giving to all volunteers worldwide for their efforts in making a difference in their small communities.
The celebration also encourage everyone to dedicate some of their time and skills and keep the spirit of volunteerism alive.
Im now currently in Anvaya Cove here in Morong Bataan for their first Clam Seeding activity. This event was organized by Anvaya Environmental Foundation, Inc. and various organizations to help save the Giant Clams and maintain the Anvaya Cove healthy coastline.
The Giant clams were transported carefully from the UP-Marine Science Institute (UP-MSI) laboratory at Bolinao, Pangasinan yesterday in preparation for the seeding. Together with fellow bloggers and media participants, several divers and volunteers from Anvaya Cove also participated in this event.
Giant Clams is one of the most important component of a healthy marine biodiversity. The main purpose of the event is to bring life the cove’s coast through Giant Clam Seeding.
Jayvee Fernandez : Getting ready to dive
Anvaya Environmental Foundation, Inc. aims to re-propagate the virtually extinct Tridacna Gigas or giant clams, right within Anvaya’s shores.
Their long term goal is to reforest the waters by bringing back the cove’s healthy coastline by continuing and reinforcing sustainability.
With the never ending support of Anvaya Cove’s lot owners, residents and club members, Ayala Land is able to make this vision real. Through the creation of AEFI (Anvaya Environmental Foundation, Inc.), Anvaya Cove’s commitment to sustainability and a healthy environment is realized—not just within Anvaya Cove but also within its neighboring communities as well.
This Anvaya Cove’s project only proves that real estate development in seaside properties can also help in our environmental conservation efforts by taking initiatives and reinforcing corporate social responsibilities.
Interested parties who wish to donate to the Anvaya Environmental Foundation may contact Mr. Poch Abola at (02) 841- 5521 or (0917) 529 – 8213.
For inquiries on Anvaya Cove Beach and Nature Club, please call 841-5769, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ayalalandpremier.com. Interested parties may visit the Seascape Ridge model house by appointment on site.
You may also visit Anvaya Cove’s marketing showroom located at the Ground Floor Greenbelt 2 Park (near Italianni’s), Ayala Center, Makati.
How about you? You can also share your contribution and spread the spirit of volunteerism by visiting http://www.sealthedeal2009.org/unv and share your contribution.