Have a glimpse of Cebu, our IWCPI 57th National Conference site scheduled on February 24-25, 2023! Tara na sa CEBU!!!
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Agenda # 1: MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Review membership recruitment processUnified Membership Orientation Program focusing on Inner Wheel members as wonder womanCompetency-based learning and development programs for membersFormation of next-generation and school-based Inner Wheel youth ClubsExpand international service
Agenda # 2: IWCPI BRANDING THROUGH CULTURE MANAGEMENT AND GOOD GOVERNANCE
Culture Management: Compliance with IWCPI Code of Conduct a...
Our journey as Wonder Workers now begins. It will be a year of blessings for us as we create opportunities for women, the youth, the elderly, the community and those in the fringes of society for them to have better lives.
Our role in Inner Wheel has always been to understand and respond to our societal needs, using our sphere of influence and resources to connect people, advance the cause of women, and service the needs of our communities. We aim to empower the smallest in our ...
First and foremost, I would like to thank our beautiful and indefatigable National President Ma. Pamela de Guzman for the trust and confidence she has given me to chair this 55th National Conference. It is truly an honor.
Every year, each national Conference is unique in its own way. It varies in its structure and fundamental quality depending on the perspective and appreciation of each member of IWCPI, but one thing is for sure, all National Conferences have a common denominator:...
Inner Wheel Club of San Francisco del Monte visited Sapang Putik Elementary School in San Ildefonso, Bulacan to implement the following projects:
“Water Storage Project” - Donation of water storage tank, pressure tank and pressure pump to improve the school’s water distribution system;
“Project Safe and Sweet Drinking Water” – donation of a set of water filtration system to provide safe and sweet drinking water sourced from deep well.
“Hygiene For All” - In celebration of Glo...
Inline with CLIMATE ACTION to combat climate change and its impacts, the Inner Wheel Club of Malasiqui, District 379 had its treee planting activity at the Senior Citizen’s Park in Barangay Tambac, Malasiqui, Pangasinan.
With the assistance of some residents led by their Barangay Captain, members planted fruit-bearing trees such as Tamarind, Santol (Sentul or Cottong Fruit), Guyabano (Soursop), Calamansi (Calamondin or Philippine lime) and Malunggay (Moringa), a vegetable also conside...
Inner Wheel Club of San Fernando La Union visited the 40 abused girls at DSWD Home for the Girls Rehabilitation Center, Agoo La Union. They are raped victims and perpetrators are fathers, stepfathers, elder men relatives.
Monthly activities are in store for the girls at the center such as counselling, lectures and spiritual development.
Dra. Sheila Fe of LUMS conducted lectures on Sexual Reproductive Health on how to take care of their body and Anti-Sexual Abuse.
Donation of Personal H...
The Inner Wheel Club of Sta. Maria headed by Pres. Cecille Lazaro donated 50 pieces of modular envelope containing school supplies for the incoming kindergarten pupils of Silangan Elementary School, Barangay Silangan, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
This is a sustaining project for more than 5 years.
President Cecille Lazaro and other IW officers and members giving the 50 pieces of modular envelope to the teachers of Silangan Elementary School.
IWC Sta. Maria ladies together with the school teache...