Sao Paulo, Brazil. [November 28, 2016] The advocacy of Kuya Daniel Razon reached the country of Brazil as the Members Church of God International visited Centro Organizado de Tratamento Intensivo à Criança, an organization for children with special needs and Pequeno Cotolengo Paranese for people with multiple disabilities. Kuya Daniel Razon is known for his moniker as “Mr. Public Service” also supports the advocacy for caring for the abandoned babies and children and helping the persons with disabilities (PWD).
COTIC – Centro Organizado de Tratamento Intensivo à Criança
The COTIC – Organized Center for Intensive Care of Children, located at Horto Street, 805 – Horto Florestal – São Paulo / SP, came about through the formation of a group of people who met several times for the purpose of building a private entity Non-profit organization that supports children with special needs and cancer in 1999.
First of all, thanks be to God for this opportunity that God gave us to the brethren and to participate of a such wonderful event which only few people in the world do, and we are thankful for this opportunity. Thanks be to God and happy anniversary Kuya Daniel Razon, this is for you, thanks be to God.
“Primeiramente, Graças a Deus para esta oportunidade que Deus não nos damos aqui, participando do evento do que maravilhoso que muitas poucas pessoas no mundo fazem, e estamos gratos por esta oportunidade. Irmãos Daniel Razon. Isto é para você Graças a Deus.”
– Irmao Adão da Silva, MCGI Volunteer
I would like to thank every body for being present here, to do this party for the children to bring the donations, its his anniversary that is been celebrated isn’t it? And it’s been reverted to us which will be of a big importance here, we really need these things, so thanks a lot, thanks to everybody for this wonderful afternoon that we will enjoy here, thanks a lot! — Katia Cilene, Coordinator, COTIC
Eu queiró agradecer por tudo mundo que presente pra fazer esta festa pra as crianças, neh, trazerem as doações, neh, e o aniversario de que comemorando neh, eis, neh, e no taos revertido para nos que vai se grande importância sou do aqui. Nos tamos realmente precisamos do que tao aqui, e então muito obrigado agradecer o todo mundo por esta tarde a maravilhoso que um vamos desfrutar aqui. Ta bom. Obrigado. – Katia Cilene, Coordinator, COTIC
Another institution is for the caring for the persons with multiple dissability, Pequeno Cotolengo Paranaense was visited by the volunteers in Curitiba, Parana.
Pequeno Cotolengo Paranaense is a charity for 49 years providing shelter, health and education to people with multiple disabilities. Within a year, they provide more than 43 thousand services, 12 health specialties to more than 200 people who were in the condition of abandonment. Sustainance of their work is not possible without the help of more than 700 volunteers that lend a hand to activities such as Monthly Barbecue, Diaper House, Sewing House, Craft House, Friendship Bazaar, recreational activities and more.
The organization looks forward to people who offers their support to people with multiple disabilities. Companies and government organizations are welcome. To learn more about this organization, just click here.
One of the member/volunteer who is also a mother and a grandmother explained how she felt about this life-changing experience in visiting the institutions.
“My experience was very wonderful We apprehended not to complain about our life and to endure our difficulties with joy in the Lord. And most importantly, celebrate the year in spirit of our dear brother Daniel God be the glory.” — Sister Josenilda Macêdo
“Minha experiência foi muito maravilhosa Apreendemos não queixar-nos da nossa vida e suportar as nossas dificuldades com alegria no Senhor. E o mais importante, comemorar o ano em espírito de nosso caro irmão Daniel Deus seja a glória.” – Sister Josenilda Macêdo
Although we are of different races and colors, doing good doesn’t have to have barriers. Bro. Eli Soriano, also a supporter of many advocacies, provides a lot of help which he also sees an opportunity for others to make use of their lives by giving something meaningful to our fellowmen. As Kuya Daniel Razon says, “Ang paggawa ng mabuti ay di magbubunga ng masama.”