Out of hundreds of young leaders around the world, FundLife’s very own John Paul Masubay, known as “Coach JP” of Football for Life Academy couldn’t be happier for being chosen as ASIA’s representative in the Sports at the Service of Humanity Young Leaders Mentorship Program.
“I feel so lucky that I was chosen to be part of this program and I am so excited to go to Argentina and meet a lot of people with inspiring stories where I can learn a lot of things. This is a big opportunity for me because I will be mentored by someone who is successful in life and it is a nice experience that for a year he will be there to guide me to achieve something.”
L-R: FFLA coaches Reuben, Rhobs, and JP wear the FFLA jacket with pride and purpose.
What’s in a jacket? Well if you really think about it, other than being an outerwear, there’s pretty much nothing else. A jacket is just that – a jacket. But what If we rephrase the question to – why do you wear a jacket? Ahh, there you think about its purpose. It could be because it’s trendy and fashionable, or it provides an extra layer of protection from either heat or cold… or could it be something more?
FundLife Savers Club promotes financial literacy among FFLA coaches and community leaders.
Tacloban City – FundLife International kicks off financial literacy initiative for the young mentors and community leaders under the Football for Life Academy (FFLA) programme. Dubbed the FundLife Savers Club, the project is designed to motivate FFLA coaches and mentors to be more responsible with their finances.