By Doris C. Dumlao
They were yuppies (young upwardly mobile professionals) who left the corporate world to take the off-the-beaten path of social entrepreneurship. They found their calling in building businesses that help the poor without relying on charity.
By Vanessa B. Hidalgo
People who were interested in easing the plight of poor people came together and started talking about how to improve the lives of those less fortunate. Together, they dreamed of a better society where our “kababayan” need not go abroad to earn a living. Instead, they can stay in their homeland and live a contented life.