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COLD HEAT NEWS » Culture & Arts, Featured Article, People, Philantrophy » Princess Maria Amor was honored with a Woman of Honor Award in New York City recently Women of Honor Awards May 19, 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, JFK, New York.

Princess Maria Amor was honored with a Woman of Honor Award in New York City recently Women of Honor Awards May 19, 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, JFK, New York.


 NEW YORK, May 20, 2017- The New York Women Committee held it’s 3rd edition of the Women of Honor Awards last May 19, 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, JFK, New York


Princess Maria Amor , while  having recently finished humanitarian missions involving Mexico’s Ex President, Fox, and also providing school supplies and more in the Philippines,  was honored as Woman of the Year in New York City recently  at The Women of Honor Awards May 19, 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, JFK, New York. This award given by The New York Women’s Committee,   culminating with women singing Stevie Wonder’s musical tribute which some say was instrumental in MLK’s Day being signed into law,  “Happy Birthday to You”,   also, The Princess’s birthday, having passes on May 21st  was the podium for Amor’s rousing acceptance speech. There were four other winners of the award, which is in its 3rd year of operation, and they were  Pulcherie Simpson-Abomey Princess of Benin, Mrs. Mojubaolu Olufunke Okome-founder of #bringBackOurGirlsNYC, Mrs. Jacqueline Fox-Pascal, who formerly oversaw  The “Citywide Asthma Initiative” and Mrs. Evelyn Renea Williams.

Pastor Felicia Peju Omotoso, was quoted as saying that the occasion  and the significance of the Award of honors which he initiated and hosted, , symbolizes women who excel at helping people both domestically and internationally. Amor’s whirlwind missions have included aiding people from all walks of life, creed, religions and also orchestrating 2 ton crates bringing food, life saving medicine and more to underprivalided worldwide—she is a cross between Florence Nightingale, and John F Kennedy, spreading good cheer and serving as Ambassador.


In addition to her worldwide missions she has acquired a plethora of skills and titles, including but not limited to Founding the nonprofit, We Care for Humanity ; Special Advisor to Director General for USA & Middle-East at Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA); Minister of Foreign Affairs at Sovereign Order OSJ Malta; Bae Insalilay (Traveling Princess) Bae Inhayag (Princess of Light) Bae Kabugason (Morning Star) at Tribal Government of the Philippines; Creator & Founder of The Global Officials of Dignity- GOD Awards, which honors humanitarians, and standouts of different occupations at the United Nations Headquarters annually;Doctor of Divinity at Hagiasmos Mission

Finally, long known for her courage and as she has said, “doing and not talking dynamic”,  was quoted, in her acceptance speech,  as saying that women are people of courage, It is as follows:  ‘Women of Honor is a big recognition which comprises being Women of Courage. We, women will battle any calamities and obstacles just to achieve our goals. Women of Honor is also Women of commitment- we are committed to be part of eradicating poverty, eradicating inequality and violence! Women of Honor are Women of Action, we are doers, not talkers, we execute our vision and we live our passion! And most of all Women of Honor are Women of Love, Compassion and Spirituality, for no matter how hard we try, if it’s not for our love for God and mankind which is our driving force, we will not go anywhere. Humanitarianism only works if the foundation is spirituality.’


 NEW YORK, May 20, 2017- The New York Women Committee held it’s 3rd edition of the Women of Honor Awards last May 19, 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, JFK, New York

Congratulations Princess Maria Amor . You deserve this award and you are indeed a candle blowing————WHICH CANNOT BE EXTINGUISHED——– in the wind that both alights the world with warmth and love. Happy Birthday to ya!!!

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