Kiwanis clubs are advocating to help the indigent children and is existing in the Philippines for more than 50 years. For it to continue its advocacy, it needs people with genuine concern for others. It needs leaders who have the heart, as well as the strength to take swift action, armed with integrity, genuine care and solid determination, all traits of a true-blooded Kiwanian.
With her track record in the Kiwanis community, then and now, it’s undoubtedly a go for past Lieutenant Governor Glenda Hufano for a seat on this year’s Kiwanis International-Philippine Luzon District election.
She is running for Treasurer, pushing for Unity, Transparency and Integrity. Ms. Hufano has been a Kiwanis Club President for 4 consecutive years and a Lieutenant Governor for 2019-2020. She got several awards and citations from different organizations here and abroad. She helped and support most of Kiwanis organizations in different clubs in the Philippines. High decision-making skill is one of Ms. Hufano’s outstanding traits on top of being a reliable and trustworthy individual.
“My past , my business and my team (friends and colleagues) won’t control me in terms of running in this position, its neutral to be in the middle that not all people won’t agree with you but the mere fact one has the heart in helping the community and its people – one can’t alter or change someone’s decision because of the simple reason about those 3 things. Because we know that a leader must have the heart and a mere high dedication to what he or she’s doing – a pre-requisite for a person to run in any organization’s position,“ Ms. Hufano said.
Ms. Glenda Hufano, a mother of 4 young professionals, is someone to trust a position with, for everything that she does, she lifts it up with the Lord. She believes on Isaiah 49:23: “She who trusts in the Lord will never be disappointed.”
Kiwanis International was established in 1915 at Detroit, Michigan. Kiwanis International is a global community of clubs, members and partners dedicated to improving the lives of children one community at a time. Today, we stand with more than 600,000 members from K-Kids to Key Club to Kiwanis and many ages in between in more than 80 countries. Each community has different needs, and Kiwanis empowers members to pursue creative ways to serve the needs of children, such as fighting hunger, improving literacy and offering guidance. Kiwanis clubs host nearly 150,000 service projects each year.