Arch-Angel Center for Arts and Culture launched at Enchanted Farm
Any event will not be possible if there’s no venue, whether it’s big or small – a place where gathering people, especially those in need, and spending time together is very important. Only good people with means can donate more than 300 square meters of a floor area with less than Php 1M construction cost for an open building for Social Entrepreneurs.
Victoria Court Group with Mr. Archie King (Second from right) and me
The Gawad Kalinga Arch-Angel Center for Arts and Culture donated by Victoria Courtat Enchanted Farm, Bulacan was officially launched during the 1st Social Business Summit in the Philippines with over 7000 delegates from different countries and attended by no other than the Vice President of the Philippines Jejomar Binay, Senator Bam Aquino, Nikki Perlas, Tony Meloto and different representatives from the Local Government Units, Schools and Agencies.
The Arch Angel Center for Arts and Culture
Hotelier Archimedes Rosario King or simply Mr. Archie King or Archie to his friends, the honcho behind the successful Victoria Court, graced the event. He is the one responsible for building the Arch-Angel Hall. According to him, when Tony Meloto, the founder of Gawad Kalinga, asked him to fund the said hall for the Enchanted Farm for Social Entrepreneurs, he gave in right away to help those people in need of a place to venture, collaborate and launch their new projects. Enchanted Farm is the first of its kind in Asia. This place is a unique ecosystem that provides a convergence platform for government, business, social entrepreneurs, innovators, scientists, farmers and community partners to work together in solidarity in creating solutions to global issues that affect all of us.
At the center is Mr. Archie King of Victoria Court and Gawad Kalinga Founder and Chairman Tony Meloto (right)
All ears during Mr. Archie King speech at the formal launch of the Arch- Angel Center for Arts and Culture donated by Victoria Court
Mr. Archie King of Victoria Court
Somehow, the boyish, good looking Archie King made the hall possible. Everyone knows the Brand under the “King” of posh drive-in motels. The Victoria Court logo depicting a classy but mysterious-looking lady in a hush-up motion with a background of black and silver is supposed to embody a secret, and it means that apart from quality and fast service, Victoria Court also offers Privacy, Courtesy, Prompt Service, World Class Facilities, State of the Art Housekeeping and affordable prices for everyone with class.
My pleasure to interview the man behind the successful Victoria Court
Delegates from different parts of the world convened inside the Arch Angel Center for Arts and Culture donated by Victoria Court
Truly, the “King” could contribute more to help the Philippines, aside from this Multi Purpose Hall. They helped a lot of kids and into awareness of Reproductive Health.