Who is Enspire?

We are Compassionate Community Builders! We are a boutique charity focused on creating endless ENSPIRING moments for individuals to help those less fortunate locally and internationally. Our volunteers, supporters and partners know us personally and experience for themselves the immediate impact and results of their contributions.

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A Sense of Hope

“I first visited the Philippines when I was sixteen and was completely culture shocked by the poverty and destitution. It was painful seeing so much poverty and thinking there was nothing I can do to help. The BCP trip changed this feeling of helplessness by offering the opportunity to create better lives for these poor families by building houses in a new, clean community. It instilled a sense of hope and pride in me that was made possible through Enspire Foundation.”

Melodie Pangan

(Product Manager)

BCP Ambassador 2009

Filipino-Canadian in Focus: Lorie Corcuera

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 By Melissa Remulla-Briones, Philippine Canadian Inquirer

Some children born to Filipinos in Canada are more passionate about the Philippines and have a great unexplainable desire to know it, help it, and make life better for its people – than most of us who have just been there.

Pay It Forward' Approach To Business Starts With A Look Back..

Friday, June 10, 2011 By The Globe & Mail

Albert Einstein once said, “The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving.” It’s a noble sentiment, but one that’s generally more preached than practised…

Filipino Community Comes Together In Wake of Devastating Typhoon

Wednesday, October 7, 2009 By Martin van den Hemel, Richmond Review

Richmond’s large Filipino community is scrambling to find ways to help relatives living in the Philippines who lost nearly everything in the wake of flooding caused by last month’s powerful typhoon that dropped 30 days worth of rain in just a few short hours….

Vancouverites Unite to Help Typhoon Victims

Tuesday, October 6, 2009 By Alden E. Habacon, Schema Magazine

The photos of victims caked in mud, having lost their homes and possibly loved ones,inspire an unspeakable grief. They evoke the very essence of hopelessness. But, despite the ravages of Typhoon Ondoy on the northern part of the Philippines — a storm…

Vancouver Filipino community Fundraises for Typhoon Victims

Sunday, October 4, 2009 By CBC News

Members of Vancouver’s Filipino-Canadian community are rallying to help those displaced by Typhoon Parma in the Philippines. Lorie Corcuera is helping plan a fundraiser at Box Studio in East Vancouver on Tuesday night. More than 20 Filipino disc jockeys….

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