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Noah's Ark will reach out to Filipino faith & community leaders to help dispense immune boosting supplements to 110 households.

SUWANEE, Ga. - GeorgiaChron -- Local 501(c)(3) non-profit  Noah's Ark & Co. announces its community partnership with Atomy Paragon Center to fund a self-reliance and pandemic resilience initiative with special focus on the Philippines. This initiative will provide immune boosting nutritional supplements to approximately 110 households to help combat COVID and provide individuals a platform to learn entrepreneurial skills.

Atomy Paragon Center Director, Tina Dang, donated $20K USD to Noah's Ark to teach faith & community leaders in the Philippines about Atomy's immune boosting products that can help Filipino families survive physically (& possibly financially) from the effects of the COVID variants raging world-wide.

Noah's Ark Executive Director & Co-Founder Corazon Ketchem and her family were blessed by Atomy products when they had COVID in January 2021.  Ketchem outlined in a Thrive Global Magazine article, "How we Survived COVID with No Job & No Health Insurance," how she & her family used Atomy products and other home-based protocols that have helped them & others overcome COVID without hospitalization.

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The grant from Atomy Paragon Center will provide HemoHIM (Atomy's flagship patented immune-boosting product), Color Food Vitamin C (500 mg of 7 natural plant-based vitamin c supplement) and Probiotics at no cost to eligible individuals and their families. The recipients will have the option to build an online store for free to learn how to earn additional income with Atomy.

Atomy's Christian-based philanthropic business model uniquely offers grant recipients and seasoned entrepreneurs an opportunity to earn extra income while becoming business & leadership mentors to product users in their respective communities.

Noah's Ark is very grateful to Ms. Dang for this generous contribution. Ketchem says, "At the heart of the Atomy business model is the traditional Bayanihan concept from my motherland, the Philippines - where the small efforts of many - over time, can lead to the overall wellness and prosperity for all."

Noah's Ark has created a Pandemic Resilience Initiative in the Philippines from Ms. Dang's contribution as a "helping hand, not a dole" - to lift Filipinos from physical and economic effects of COVID. They are seeking other philanthropists willing to match Ms. Dang's donation to help Filipino families recover from this ongoing pandemic.

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Noah's Ark's motto is Love God. Serve Together. It's mission is to focus and invite leaders of churches, temples, synagogues and mosques to become community partners and learn to work together—to prepare their church congregations & neighboring communities to be resilient after a disaster strikes. For more information, visit the website www.lovegodservetogether.org.

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Corazon Ketchem, Executive Director
***@lovegodservetogether.org


Source: Noah's Ark & Co
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