Celebrating and empowering women at Araneta City
Every single day, women prove that they are key to making our homes, workplaces, and nation run efficiently. From taking care of their children and their families to their contributions to the workforce and beyond, women are making a deep and profound impact on our world.
In time for Women’s Month this March, it is important that we advocate the empowerment of all women. That’s why Araneta City stands by women and #EmbraceEquity.
“Women are a cornerstone of our society,” Marjorie Go, AVP for Marketing of Araneta City, said. “As we celebrate Women’s Month, we are proud to say that we stand behind women as they continue to push the limits and work towards finally breaking that proverbial glass ceiling.”
To celebrate and inspire women, the City of Firsts has several activities to help highlight their role in our society and our nation. First is Claim it. Own it., an inspiring exhibit that showcases the incredible achievements of notable Filipinas with pioneering accomplishments across a wide range of fields. The exhibit takes place until March 12 at the Gateway Mall Activity Area.
There is also the Pop QC: Women’s Month Bazaar from March 17 to 19 that celebrates and promotes women entrepreneurship. This bazaar is led by women entrepreneurs, and it highlights a diverse range of products made by women from different parts of Quezon City. Held in partnership with the J. Amado Araneta Foundation and the local government of Quezon City, this event will be at the Ground Floor of Gateway Mall.
Araneta City’s social media accounts will also be showing its support for every Pinay through a series of posts that aim to inspire, empower, and enable women to be the best they can be in whatever field they are in.
“We know that women can do and achieve great and wonderful things. They have proven this time and time again. At Araneta City, we are proud to do our part to make our society more just for all women so that they can have the tools and knowledge they need to progress and build a better future for them and their families,” Go said.