G Stuff Alabang gets bigger and better
FROM THE HEART - Gina Lopez (The Philippine Star) - February 22, 2016 - 9:00am

G Stuff was an idea that started two years ago, born out of a desire to help communities and protect the environment. I clearly couldn’t ask for donations forever, so a social enterprise venture that helped people 100 percent was a light that beckoned in the horizon.  I am proud to say that in the span of two years, the amount of money that has helped the communities has gone up by 300 percent.   

I am elated to announce that we are shifting to a site triple our original size at Alabang Town Center and I am enthusiastically inviting  you to our opening on Thursday, Feb. 25, EDSA Day. Our new store is located at the 2nd floor of Alabang Town Center by the Madrigal entrance, near the activity center and beside Figaro. We will have exciting booths there that will be available during mall hours.

The program will start at 4 p.m. Dyan Castillejo will open the event with exercise movements that connect to the spirit. Cory Quirino will also be giving a talk about her health and wellness experience.  

True to our passion for health and wellness, we will be offering oils and mists for emotional aromatherapy. We will have something to fill the tummy, too, like cookies and great salad dressings. 

I am also proud to announce the launch of our homeopathic remedies.  Watch this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMW9xMtnaP8&feature=youtu.be or type Homeopath Testimonials on YouTube. 

The success stories are amazing. We are now offering homeopathic remedies in our G Stuff store which strengthens the immune system and can address anxiety, depression, insomnia, constipation, frequent colds, sinusitis, tonsillitis, cough, asthma, rhinitis, jet lag, fatigue, sprain, nausea, sunburn — giving you the tools to health in your own home.

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