We leave in our world, where “No Man in an Island, but is part of the whole.” This principle leads Ex-Link Events to be active on the following advocacies:
Support for the Dumagat tribe youth
Ex-Link Events gives back to the youth of Dumagat tribe in Antipolo City, a tradition that has been held annually. School supplies as well as food are given to the tribe’s youth during the summer season.
Support Programs for Small and Medium Businesses
We promote Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) – they are the true muscle of our economy, and we wanted to increase and grow them. Having said this, we teach or give talks in Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Management and Leadership for FREE to groups and schools that wanted to learn from practitioners of these disciplines.
Typhoon Ondoy is a painful lesson that our country has experienced. We are motivated not to experience the same fate when another Ondoy comes, and this is how Tree500 Movement was born.
Tree500 Movement is an advocacy that aims to grow bamboo trees in the riverbanks of the Marikina Watershed.Bamboo trees are a good protector of soil during typhoons and floods.
We are committed to partnering with like-minded individuals and organizations to plant bamboo trees in Antipolo.
So far, we have planted around 2,000 bamboo trees. But we are just beginning – your support will be a great help.
Outstanding OFW and Balikbayan Reputation Awards (OBRA)
We have started this project last 2009, and we are not wrong in starting this award of recognizing OFWs and Balikbayans who have contributed to our society’s progress.