JMH Microfinance, Inc. turns 15

by: MBColumna | 2019

The institution’s milestones and improvement in the welfare of its employees, scholars and clients became the highlight of JMH Microfinance, Inc.’s 15th year anniversary celebration at CRH Building, Salugan, Camalig, Albay last October 7, 2019 with the theme “Ang JMH sa 15 Taong Paglilingkod Bilang Kaalalay at Kaagapay Mo sa Buhay.”

Present during the event were the Board of Trustees headed by Paulo R. Honrado, Chairman of the Board, and Charisma D. Lasocta, President, representatives from various partner institutions, key officers and personnel from the home office and selected representatives from the branches, Ninety-Four (94) clients selected from across JMH’s operation.
The event started with a Eucharistic Mass celebrated by Rev. Fr. Frederick A Naga and was followed with the client summit. The main program was held in the afternoon which was graced by the presence of Ms. Lalaine L. Joyas, former Executive Director of the Microfinance Council of the Philippines and now an independent consultant with two decades of experience in microfinance, who talked about how microfinances such as JMH Microfinance, Inc. have been a game changer for financial inclusion.

An audio-visual presentation (AVP) was then presented showing JMH’s milestones and achievements with the memories of the late President Corazon “Mommy Chonie” Honrado.
One of highlights of the event was the talk show interview with three (3) graduated scholars, five (5) employees and five (5) clients. During the interview, the interviewees shared their stories and how JMHhas positively affected their lives, their families and their communities.
Another highlight was the honoring of fifteen (15) loyal employees and fifteen (15) loyal and outstanding clients.

JMH’s Chairman of the Board, Paulo R. Honrado, in his closing message, expressed his thanks to all those who were present in the event and all who supported and believed in the mission that JMH’s upholds.

The program was concluded with the launching of the JMH’s Official Hymn, “Kaagapay Mo Sa Buhay”, which was presented by selected home office personnel.