Myrafe works as a daycare teacher for a non-profit organization. Because this is volunteer work, she does not receive regular compensation. She hopes to see her three children finish school in the future. Because her family needs financial security, insurance can be of great help to them.
Veronica is one of the survivors of two big typhoons. At 52 years old, she works as a volunteer to support her four children. Life hasn't been fair for Veronica because, in two consecutive years, she lost two of her children. She dreams of giving her children the support they deserve to have a better future. She also believes that getting insurance will be a big help if a disaster happens again.
Larilyn was blessed to finish college, but due to a recent spinal cord injury, life has been more difficult financially. She needed hospital care and medications so she can get better. She hopes to one day see her children graduate from college, and for her to have her own business. To ease Larilyn's burden caused by regular medical expenses, she would need to have insurance.
Jocelyn was able to study in college, but did not get to finish it because of financial setbacks. She currently works as a civic volunteer in her hometown, which does not pay enough to support her family of five. Jocelyn would like to have insurance to provide a safety net for her loved ones.
Jeana has dedicated her life as a volunteer in her local community. Her work supports her family of five, all of whom are currently in school. As a mother, she wants her children to finish school and have comfortable lives. Jeana hopes that she will be given the gift of insurance in order to secure the future of her loved ones.
Ginalyn's fight with diabetes has affected her job as a church volunteer. Because her symptoms show up every now and then, she could not come to work consistently. This has caused her to have insufficient income to pay not only for her children's education but also for her medications. If something unfortunate happens to her or her family, insurance can protect them financially.
Although Victoria and her husband Aldo have no children, they still barely have enough money to feed themselves on the daily. Her job as a volunteer lets her help other people who have less than her, but because she does not earn from it, she has no money to spend on basic needs herself. She hopes that insurance can provide financial aid for her and her husband when needed.
At a young age, Edgar had to step up in order to provide for his family. He has taken up the responsibility of sending his younger siblings to school in order to lift the burden from his parents. Insurance is another way for him to support his loved ones during times of need.
Despite having no family of her own, Nona struggles even to keep her head above water. Her P4,000 ($80) salary does not cover emergency expenses like natural disasters or hospitalization, and she has no one to turn to when those unexpected things happen to her. Nona says insurance can help in that regard.
Pacita has five children. Her husband passed away, leaving her to be the main provider of the family. She is passionate about being a health volunteer for a non-profit organization in her community. While she has dedicated her life to helping other people, it would benefit her if she receives help through insurance.
Rosa is a volunteer. Her family has been through major - they experienced heavy flooding in their home and their house was razed by fire. Added to these ordeals, Rosa also lost her job and had difficulty making ends meet for her family. Rosa feels that insurance will be a huge help in securing their family's future, most especially her children.
Letecia is a housewife, which means she is in charge of taking care of the entire household. She would take in menial jobs every now and then, but that means she has no fixed income herself. For families like hers who are unsure of what's to come in the immediate future, insurance can cover them financially.
Monina fell ill with tuberculosis in the past, and because majority of her money was spent on hospital bills and medicines, her three children had to be pulled out from school. She hopes that she can provide education for them once again,\ and see them finish college. Monina's children will be guaranteed a financial security net if she is given insurance.
Lilia is a volunteer. She has been a victim of natural calamities and loss of a loved one. She dreams for her children to have a stable life and to finish schooling. Lilia feels that insurance helps her be sure of the days to come.
A widower, Benedicta has become the breadwinner of her family. She worked overseas for a while, but stress and poor health caused her to get sick. She had to come back to the Philippines after that, but it has been difficult for her to earn money since. To save her family from further financial problems, insurance can help greatly.
Hernanie dedicated her life as a health volunteer. She has been a witness of unpredictable calamities and disasters in the past, and while she works to help save the lives of other people, it would be a big relief for her if she herself insured, for the benefit of her two children.
Susana works as a volunteer in her community. The nature of her job does not always guarantee her any income, so there will be days when she has no money to buy food for her family. She wants to save up for emergencies, but she has to prioritize their most basic needs before anything else. Insurance can lift the burden of Susana and her family.
Analiza is a hard-working community volunteer. She currently lives with her 6 children and her husband in a small house in Manila. She lost her father just recently and it broke her heart that she couldn't pay the expenses for his funeral. Because of this, she has to borrow money from a loan shark. She believes that with insurance, it would be a lot easier to cover such financial problems.