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Events in 2017
  • [24/Jul/2017]
    I Can Fly Program, Cathay Pacific
    Cathay Pacific Airways Manila held its third I Can Fly Program on July 24-29, 2017. As in past years, PCCCI coordinated with and volunteered to help i.. more
  • [09/Jun/2017]
    The Start of a School Year in FPTI-ERDA Tech
    Ms. Elena Ongkiko-Santos of PCCCI visited FPTI-ERDA Tech to hand over financial support for its old and new scholars... more
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  • [15/Aug/2017]
    Letters from Our UPHSI Scholars
    It is so heartwarming to receive letters from our scholars in Iloilo, whom we are unable to easily visit. At the start of a new school year, they wrot.. more
  • [11/May/2017]
    UPIS Update
    PCCCI caught up with its UPIS scholars to get their take on the new program and curriculum... more
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Open Forum on Retirement for CX Cabin Crew

02/Jun/2016

PCCCLtd decided to give back to its generous members by teaming up with Enrich Hong Kong Charity group to equip them with the basic financial know how necessary to deal with retirement. The 4-hour open forum was held on June 2, 2016, at the Coastal Skyline Club House in Tung Chung, New Territories, Hong Kong. Approximately 20 members were able to attend the forum, with flying duties and home travel preventing other interested members from attending.

 
 

Enrich is the leading Hong Kong charity promoting the economic empowerment of migrant domestic workers through educating them with the tools to save, budget, and plan for greater financial security. Established in 2007, they have had over 7,000 participants in over 390 workshops, impacting 28,000 family members in their home countries.

Raul Benjamin Puentespina, Head of Financial Education, engaged PCCCI members on the financial ramifications of retirement, giving them pointers to look out for and strategies to deal with these. His wife, Judi Puentespina, a senior instructor at the Inflight Service Training and Development Center of Cathay Pacific, and herself a cabin crew, took care of the softer side of retirement, dealing with the emotional issues arising from leaving a lifelong career.

It was certainly a productive time for the PCCCI members, many of whom are facing retirement in the next couple of years. They came away with a renewed commitment to live life to the fullest, with an eye to the future, giving service straight from the heart as they flew, and paying forward as they continued to enjoy the benefits of flying for one of the world's great airlines.

 
 
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